Prepare for Your Medical School Interviews


The good news is, interview invitations mean you’ve satisfied a school's requirements enough for their team to want to meet you! The challenge is, you need to be prepared for the gauntlet of questions that the interviewer might ask you. Mock interviews are the most effective method of getting in your best answer-crushing shape. Fair warning: when you get an interview, you may have only a few days to make preparations, so plan ahead!


You Can Be Confident Walking Into Your Medical School Interview

Our advisors have helped thousands of students prepare for their interviews:

  • Know how to best answer "Tell me about yourself"
  • Learn how to be confidently prepared to answer any question
  • Have personalized, customized help to focus on the parts of the interview you need most.
  • Know how to approach any interview type, from traditional interviews, to multiple-mini interviews
  • Learn how to connect with the interviewer to be memorable and relatable

Yes, It Really Is Possible!

With our advisors guiding you, you'll be prepared to crush your medical school interviews.


What's Included with Mock Interviews...

  • Match with an Expert Med School Admissions Advisor
  • Live Video Call of 45 minutes with about 25 minutes of Mock Interview and 20 minutes of feedback
  • Recordings of your Mock Interviews to Study
    • Open and Closed File
    • 1-on-1, Panel, and Group
    • MMI (Multiple-Mini Interview)
    • Virtual or In-Person
    • Let us know your request
  • Support with Interview Planning: What to wear, how to set up tech, what kind of questions you should ask

Expert Mock Interviews Are Right For You If...

  • You want to be the best prepared for your crucial medical school interview
  • You aren’t sure where to start in preparing for your med school interviews
  • You want honest feedback to make sure you're presenting yourself perfectly
  • You want to make sure you're answering concisely, yet thoroughly
  • You want to get a phone call from the medical school with an acceptance!

We're Team MSHQ

Dr. Ryan Gray started Medical School HQ after going through the premed process without much support and understanding that he could make a difference. Now, 10 years later, he's helped hundreds of thousands of students through his podcasts, YouTube channels, and with his Mappd software platform. After realizing he couldn't help all of the students who wanted to work with him, he surrounded himself with experts in the medical school admissions space, including former Directors of Admissions Dr. Scott Wright and Courtney Lewis as well as Varinia Grannum, former Assistant Dean of Pre-Health and STEM Advising and Rachel Grubbs, his co-founder at Mappd.

Our small advising team focuses on providing students with 1-on-1 expert advising on every aspect of the premed process, including through the whole application cycle if that's what you want.


"Just want to thank you for the great talk we had yesterday. You were very reassuring and I feel much better about my situation."

- O.B.

"Thank you for all of your insight and assistance in preparation for my interviews! I truly can not stress enough how helpful you were in this process, and will absolutely be referring friends of mine to your instruction."

- J.W.

"Thank you so much for your help during the mock interviews; they were exactly what I needed to feel confident in myself. Thank you again; words cannot describe how grateful am."

- P.R.

Meet Your Mock Interviewer


Courtney Lewis

Former Director of Admissions
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Scott Wright, EdD

VP, Academic Advising
Former Director of Admissions
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Varinia Grannum, MSEd

Former Assistant Dean of Pre-Health Advising
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Christine Crispen, EdD

Former Director of Admissions

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