College of Science and Health > Student Resources > Office of Advising & Student Services > Pre-Health Advising > Interview and Test Preparation
Interviewing is an important step in the pre-health application process. There are a variety of tools and websites with sample medical school and pre-health interview questions. You can also find sample interview questions through the DePaul Pre-Health Advising Services. A good starting point is practicing with family and friends to give you a safe and comfortable experience while you work through what you want to say for your medical school interview as well. You can find additional interviewing resources below, including coaching on interviewing through the Career Center.
Professional Health Programs use a variety of different types of interview styles. They could include:
Interview Stream is an online interview preparation tool that allows you to simulate a live interview using your computer and a webcam. You can pick questions for the video "interviewer" to ask. After answering their questions, you can replay your responses to evaluate your performance.
DePaul Career Center is a great resource for scheduling a mock interview with a staff member. Being prepared will help give you the confidence you need to succesfully highlight your skills and accomplishments during the interviewing process.
AAMC About the MMI
Sample MMI Video
Sample MMI Questions
Study Guide Resources for the MCAT, OAT, GRE, DAT, and PCAT books can be checked out in the Richardson Library for two hours at a time. The library has a list of current study guides. The Pre-Health Program has also purchased a number of resource study
guides for students who are planning on attending professional schools.
We ask students not to write or damage the books as they are expensive and many students will have access to utilize
For more information regarding the standardized exam for your specific graduate health professions program of interest, please visit the Health Careers webpage.