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Propose a change in the medical profession Write about a book you have read and how it has changed your perception about team work, etc. Interview questions First round Interviewers: Stay clear of the "I put Medicine 1st and Dentistry second coz it's more glamourous to save lives than look at stinky smelly teeth" and the "I think Health Administrators are a waste of time and money that could be spent on patients" and the "Research is a waste of manpower that could be deployed in the wards" type of replies.
Mix of medical doctors, nurses, alumni, current students. This is more informal - Just be yourself! Questions from Thanks to: Other questions include what kind of specialty do I want to pursue in future and things about it.
They have also asked some questions to ascertain my interest in medicine and pursuing a career as a doctor. They were asking questions like why not take nursing or health sciences, since you can care for patients too. My friend had a question on what are some of the new policies implemented in polyclinics, and asked her about dementia since she wants to become a psychiatrist.
And my last question was, what is the thing you want to change about the world, and please don't give answers like world peace: Mine was quite shattered at the end: But i did pretty well for the second round of interview, it's focused on my activities listed in my portfolio and the interviewers were generally ore friendly: After the grueling first round of med interview, i thought i can handle all other interviews in the world, HAHAHAh, i think they covered all the typical interview questions possible, besides on medicine.
The first interview wasn't really great. I wasn't sure whether the Dean understood what I was trying to bring across and I didn't know the answer to some of the questions that Prof asked [about the changes in Medisave- I knew what Medisave is like now but I wasn't sure which part had changed!
I did answer the question but it was a wrong answer, moreover I was being quite long-winded I suppose. They mostly asked how I coped with stress, my personality and what I would do if I didn't get Medicine, but they weren't really interested in inquiring about my experiences.
Oh yeah, the Dean also asked me whether I thought the general public was unhappy with the medical profession.
The second interview was excellent. Probably the best interview I've ever had. They told me they were very impressed by my determination and what I've done in my gap year at the end of the interview. Here, they asked about my experiences and what I would do after I become a doctor.
As for Round 2, these are the questions I can hitherto remember: Tell me your greatest strength.
What makes you think you will be a good doctor? A patient suspects that he has a cyst growing on his large intestine, and that he wishes for an operation to be carried out on him to see if he really has it. He is willing to fork out the money required for the likely unnecessary operation as he is able to afford it.
As a doctor, what will you do?Jun 17, · ESSAY – Question will the faculty of medicine of the National University of Singapore NUS MBA Application Essay Tips From an Admissions Expert Accepted Admissions National University of Singapore offers a month MBA program Please check with individual programs to verify the essay questions, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School.
A simple Google search will give you several sites with SJT practice questions, but there is no guarantee the standards and things they ask for would be the same as the NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine. Complete Guide To NUS Medicine Application ( Edition) Singapore Healthcare FOLLOW I've been asked over and over again in my life for tips to successfully get into NUS Medicine.
As you can imagine, the number of requests add up very quickly. Please note that this is separate from the character essay found under the NUS .
This is the UNofficial "advice" site about applying for NUS Medicine. ESSAY - Question will be announced on the spot. - 45 minutes - No medical knowledge is required. (The question was something about defining good professional behaviour and whether it should be a prerequisite for studying medicine.) the faculty of medicine of the.
Find answers to common questions on the MD, PhD and MD-PhD programmes at Duke-NUS Medical School, including admissions requirements, fees, scholarships etc here. Is there a word limit or a recommended essay length?
7. Can I apply to Duke-NUS if I already have a medical degree? 8. Can I apply to Duke-NUS if I already have started . *An essay is a piece of writing usually written from an author's personal point of view that analyses and evaluates an issue or a topic. Writing an essay means to express your academic opinion on a particular matter.
Possible types include: descriptive essay, narrative essay, compare and contrast essay, persuasive essay, argumentative essay etc.