Virtual Interview Day at Cincinnati Medicine
We are looking forward to meeting you during your Virtual Interview Day!
The University of Cincinnati uses the Multiple Mini Interview process on Interview day. The MMI was developed roughly 10 years ago and the popularity of the MMI has been growing internationally. The University of Cincinnati College of Medicine was the first U.S. medical school to solely use the MMI for interviews in the selection of students into an MD program.
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Virtual Interview Day Format
Check-in times are posted on your personal Application Status Page. You will have a series of links to navigate once your interview day has begun. This process will include a combination of live and pre-recorded presentations, your Virtual Multiple Mini Interview Session (MMI), and opportunities to meet current medical students!
Virtual Interview Day Tips & Reminders
-Applicants should dress in professional/business attire. Due to the length and structure of the Virtual MMI, applicants should ensure they are in a comfortable, private area and are able to participate in the entire interview day program.
-Applicants will be asked to prove their identity during Check-In and the first MMI station. A drivers license will be required to show our staff.
-Applicants must be alone in the room during the entire interview day program. UC utilizes Honor Lock with artificial intelligence to confirm this.
-Applicants are NOT permitted to record/share any part of the Virtual interview Day in any way and must agree to nondisclosure of MMI scenarios.
-Applicants will be required to complete a system test prior to beginning the MMI using the computer that will be used during the interview day to ensure they can complete the interview.
-Applicants must ensure strong, reliable internet connection to participate in the Virtual MMI.
Information will be provided about financial aid on your Interview Day. If you need further information please click here.