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welcome everybody super excited to have.you here.um we are incredibly.uh excited to just have you here i mean.this is going to be an awesome webinar.we're going to talk about how to stand.out virtually.during you how to stand out during a.virtual interview.i'm dr mehta we're gonna wait just a few.minutes to allow a few more people to.join.it's eight o'clock on the dot here on.the east coast i know a bunch of you.guys are out there on the west coast i.know people are.elsewhere as well so we'll give it a.couple of minutes allow everybody to.join.and then we are going to jump right in.um.while we're waiting for people to to.jump in i.did want to take a few seconds to just.run some polls see who you guys are.um see what's going on right now with.where.you are in the process so i'm going to.go ahead and.launch a quick poll here take it.go for it love to see the results um.obviously tell your friends who are out.there and haven't logged in yet to log.in because it's going to be.super great for them to also attend but.if you want to be.a little bit of a gunner maybe you don't.want to tell them about it i don't know.it's up to you.but let's give it another minute and.then we will jump right into this.by the way guys we have over 500 people.in the room right now.uh we're expecting a bunch more actually.if you can believe it or not.almost all the pre-med community out.there has been uh.interested in this topic and we're super.excited to present it to you.so let's give it one more minute and.then we will get started it looks like.most of you guys out there have taken.the mcat i'm sure some of you guys out.there are.are looking to potentially uh take the.mcat in the next.few days here um i also wanted to.mention a couple other things real quick.there's a chat function feel free to.chat.chat with us as we go we're gonna be.answering you guys questions there's a.question.tab which is a great place to actually.um.discuss questions and we're going to be.answering questions at the end here.so one more minute and we're going to.get started all right everybody let's.jump in we're at about 600.plus people and they're still joining in.this room this is amazing i can't wait.to get started here.so today we're going to talk about how.to stand out during a virtual interview.so i'm dr mehta i'm the founder of med.school coach.and i really wanted to give you guys a.real ins real insight into sort of what.a virtual interview is going to look.like.and how you guys are going to be able to.succeed in that now i saw that a lot of.you guys have already taken the mcat and.i have one more question here for you.how many of you guys have actually.submitted your primary application so.far i'd love to get.a little bit of an idea of that awesome.so it looks like actually the majority.of you.have submitted your primary there's a.few that haven't and there's a bunch of.people that are applying next year so.great you guys are already off to a.great start.so let's let's dive right in okay um.here are your guides for today right so.myself dr meta i am an interventional.radiologist practicing interventional.radiologist for the last.six years as an attending up in the.boston region i'm also the founder of.med school coach.and on with me today is dr renee.marinelli who is the director of.advising at med school coach she's going.to jump on in a second here.and she's actually going to take us.through probably the most fun part.of the entire presentation here so we're.going to guide you through this journey.and i want to remind you a couple of.things right first here's our outline.for the day so.i'm going to cover a little bit about.the latest of on copic 19 and the.application process.i'm going to talk about vita sjt the.virtual interview.mmi's and then we're actually going to.have this awesome mock interview.experience and.we've actually gotten a student to come.on and.be a live interview subject and dr.marinelli is going to take them through.this is a part that you're not going to.want to miss we're going to take them.through we're going to put them in the.grinder and ask them questions and let's.see how they react.let's see what question answers they.come up with and we're going to give.live feedback during that time and after.also going to give you some tips on.performing well during a virtual.interview and some awesome resources.and then at the end we're gonna have a.question answer with myself and dr.marinelli where we can really go over.anything you guys want to ask about.uh in the in the process okay.so here is the obvious 2020 statement.things are not so normal this year right.um.let me let me launch a quick poll i got.a question uh has coven 19 thrown a.wrench in any of your guys's plans out.there.um i would assume that for most of you.guys yeah you know what.it's still it's thrown at least somewhat.of a wrench in in the process and the.reality is of course um this is a.terrible disease.and we are in really tough times as a.country as a world and obviously the.medical community is in the center.of all of this and our sort of mission.in.the medical community is to make people.get better get over this.and you guys are all joining into that.community right this is what you guys.want to do you want to become physicians.you want to take part in this i myself.um i'm seeing 20 or 30 patients in a.given week who have covid that i'm.performing procedures on i have.colleagues in the icu in the emergency.room who have been working.non-stop uh when things have were really.crazy i mean.it's a crazy time uh obviously in the.world in hospitals but then also.in this tiny little world of the medical.school application process now i know.for you guys it's a big world right now.right.mcat the amcas tmd sas.ayo comas all these things are a huge.deal for all of you guys right now.um in the grand scheme of things.obviously not a lot of people.um it's it's not something that a lot of.people worry about for but i understand.for you guys it's huge.you know medical schools have had to and.will continue to.adapt their admissions processes for.this year they i mean they just have to.um everything from mcat optional or not.admissions timelines usually by now.people are reviewing applications but.that's going to wait.uh how to evaluate pass fail classes.that happened last semester and maybe.even in the fall.and then interviews i mean everything is.different right let's.let's be honest everything is different.today.than three months ago and it's really.thrown a wrench in the process so.i i feel for all of you guys who are.going through the process right now.i know it's kind of a bummer um to be.going through this but you know keep in.mind it's a small hurdle we're all going.through this together.you're the reason you're doing this is.to become a physician right and so.the reason you're doing this is to be.able to tackle the big problems that our.country in our world is facing and you.guys are the next generation of that.so here is my uh you know prediction.um this hasn't been officially announced.and and it won't be officially announced.by schools for a while.but i think the reality is that a.hundred percent.of medical schools are going to move to.an.online interview format this year i mean.i just cannot see a medical school but.asking a student to.fly out to somewhere to put themselves.at risk to put the.hospital community to put the academic.community to put their.physicians at risk of meeting people.interviewing through a mask.and congregating a group i just don't.think it's going to happen now.obviously a lot of schools are waiting.and watching and seeing what happens and.that's.reasonable but i think the reality.really is that we're going to move.towards an online interview format.almost completely for this year and so.the point of this um.webinar is to really get you acquainted.with that and familiar with that.and to think about how you're going to.do things differently when it's an.online or a zoom or skype interview.versus an in-person interview right i.mean there's all kinds of things you.have to think about when it's an.in-person interview but obviously when.it's a zoom interview.you got to even elevate your game a.little bit more so we're going to talk.about that.today um just so we get the nomenclature.right you know there's a couple of.different things that have been thrown.at applicants this year you guys have.probably heard.of this vida interview vita right the.virtual interview.and then you've also heard the term.virtual interview and you've probably.heard these two terms interchange the.whole time because.people are a little bit confused about.that so let me just sort of break it.down for you right.so the vida interview is a it's a new.tool that amcas essentially.introduced this year for medical schools.to use to be able to screen applicants.it's basically an online tool where.people are going to sit in front of a.computer and answer questions.medical schools are going to use that as.a screening.process right and then there's the.actual virtual.interview right um what's an actual.virtual interview well that's actually.going back and forth.um with with somebody in the usual.format that a.interview would have been taken in so.we're going to use those terms like that.a virtual interview is what we're.trading for the usual one-on-one.interview.and the video interview is a little bit.different i did want to touch.a tiny bit on the vita interview because.a lot of you guys are going to have to.take it.this year so remember amcas basically.the schools all came together and they.said how are we going to evaluate.applicants if we can't actually.meet them in person well they decided.that they would host.a essential virtual interview um.that is pre-recorded so vitta is a.pre-recorded interview you have six.questions total you have three minutes.to video record.it's actually hosted on the hire review.platform which is a platform that.hospitals and corporations use to.actually interview people.pre-interview people pre-screen people.and you know you're not actually going.to talk to anybody you're just going to.talk in front of your webcam and you're.going to be answering questions about.this and so far about 45 schools.have signed up for it if you want to.check out the full list you can go to.bitlydoc.bit all caps and we have a list of all.the schools that.so far have um announced that they're.going to be doing this so.it's going to be it's probably going to.be more at the end of the day and.unfortunately for all of you guys out.there it's another hurdle to come over.right it's another thing like casper.like secondaries like your amcas.application.that you just have to get through for.this for this year.um also on this site by the way we have.a bunch of.kind of resources and ideas about maybe.how to study for it and then we're going.to get a little bit more into that at.the end too.so that's the vita interview right it's.coming up um.now though i want to transition for a.sec to the mock interview right we're.going to do a mock interview and.dr dr marinelli is going to interview.our.our student alex and they're actually.going to go through an actual mock.interview.i'm going to chime in every once in a.while and to kind of give some feedback.dr marinelli might give some feedback.but let's see what they can do.um by going through an interview and.getting questions thrown at them.in real time this is not recorded this.is real time so we're gonna see what.happens.um so without further ado there's dr.marinelli popping up on screen.just in time and our student alex boom.there he is.perfect so i'm going to go ahead and get.myself.off the screen and i'm going to let alex.and dr marinelli.take over here.thanks dr mehta i'm excited to be here.with everyone.so we are going to make this a mock.interview so i have alex here and i'm.going to pretend like i.am an admissions committee member.interviewing alex so.let's get started hi alex i'm dr.marinelli um.thank you so much for joining me tonight.and being.able to accommodate the virtual.interview um.how are you doing tonight i'm doing.great thanks for having me.great thank you and again thanks for.sitting through the virtual part of this.and just to let you know.i will be taking notes so if you see me.looking away i'm still listening i'm.just going to take some notes on some of.your responses.um alex can you start by telling me a.little bit about yourself.yeah i think i think probably the the.best way to explain or tell you about.myself is.to describe what gets me out of bed in.the morning.and it's like i want to learn something.every day.and i like this might put in context i.keep a journal.where i write every single day i don't.go to bed until i write something down.that i learned and most of the time it's.it's nothing like science or facts but.it's.how i've interacted with a person or you.know just something that's like oh.i wish i would have known that had i.woken up this morning and.that just has really driven me um.throughout my.my life as just insatiably curious and.i think that's what has landed me in.into like a pre-med track to become a.doctor is.is like the human body and medicine is.is really outstanding and there's just.so much to learn and that's.one of the biggest appeals about.medicine in general i think for me great.can you um give me an example of.something maybe you wrote recently.yes let me think.yeah a very good example uh one that i.think i've written.many times over the years of trying to.keep this journal is.if i can do something within five.minutes i should just do it right there.and that's something that i've written.in when i go back through my.my journal and think about it it's just.something that's also really helped my.life quite a bit.great so you touched on this a little.bit.but can you um tell me a little bit more.about why do you want to become a.physician.yeah i didn't know i wanted to become a.physician for a very long time i had a.another career prior to coming back to.school i was a professional saxophone.and um i thought that's what i wanted to.do for.the rest of my life and i've.i heard a few comments from family and.friends.that sort of caught them off guard at.random times and then i would the.comment was oh you have a great bedside.in here i was like oh i don't really.understand what that means.at the time but i started thinking about.it and.you know it's something that you're like.oh when you're around us or when we talk.about things it's very.comforting or reassuring and then i.learned then i discovered science.and that was from a an experience.of shadowing a nutritionist actually in.a clinical dietitian in the hospital.yeah i just thought the whole world was.very interesting but then i was privy to.a conversation between that dietitian.and the physician she was working with.in the hospital.and just the exchange of knowledge and.like understanding of the human body and.how they were going to.essentially fix this patient i just my.mind was blown i just i.i don't i don't want to be a dietitian i.want i want that job i want to be the.doctor.and since then i i've just been.very focused on on that trek to.some somehow get to that point and be.able to.have a very interesting and.intellectually.uh i guess.rewarding like career always learning.things but then also do something that.actually matters to help people.awesome and um specifically.why are you interested in coming to the.fouchy school of medicine.yes so um i actually have family.and friends that live in the area and.social support for me is a.is a big deal and i just noticed having.to relocate for.for undergrad school it was kind of a.rocky start.because i didn't have very much social.support and so i.decided when i was looking at medical.schools like that was a big determinant.the other part of that is this school.has a big focus on.epidemiology and public health and.that's something i just think is very.important.is really really interesting to me and.this school.is you know kind of on the leading edge.of that and so that's why.that's the two biggest factors why i.like this school.sure awesome um can you tell me.um what do you what would you say is.your greatest strength and what would.you say.is your greatest weakness.so i would say my my greatest strength.is i'm very genuine and.that's kind of an i feel that's sort of.an abstract strength but it's been.pointed out to me uh.by people friends and family and mentors.that that is what i i sort of give off.and it's hard to call it a strength.because i think it's just sort of.how i'm programmed naturally but.that genuineness of like i really when i.do something it's because i want to do.something.and it's because i want to be there and.that's so i think that would be.probably my greatest strength now as far.as weaknesses go.this is something i've been working on.for longer than i'd like to admit.but um is over committee.and i i like to say yes i like to.say yes i'll be there i'll do this and.that and sometimes it doesn't work out.and i'll give you an example so maybe.maybe it's a little bit clearer but um.my brother.asked me to help him with a project at.his house.is a flooring project and i said yes.absolutely it's a day to hang out with.my brother that's great.and something came up and i.i bailed essentially and i just felt.awful about it because.i've done that kind of thing before but.this time was.different because i i caught it and i.went there and i after the fact i.figured it out we worked it out.um i apologized it's very forgiving and.we worked on the floor the next day and.so that's as a weakness it's a threat i.know and i'm just trying to continue to.improve on that.absolutely.what about um tell me alex this is a.tough question um and i'm sure a lot of.people are thinking about it right now.but if you were in charge of the united.states healthcare system.right now um what would you do.in regards to the coronavirus um.and i don't want to get too political or.anything like that but as a.from a public health standpoint or from.a health care standpoint what are maybe.some of your top ideas or initiatives.that you would put in place right now.given the current pandemic.i think the the biggest or most.important thing that i see.is to as.economically maybe negative as it could.be.but is to and i don't want to use the.word.force but encourage the social.distancing and to.encourage people to wear masks these.very simple things that are sort of.lifestyle changes.um for everyone and i know for myself.making sure that i have like a mask and.a backup mask when i go to the grocery.store and things like that it's it's.been.it's been kind of tough to get that back.in the habit but.it it seems to be working in in other.countries where.the this sort of social justice thing.and the masks have been.implemented and i feel like those are.the most simple things that we could do.and it really seems to be the most.effective.that would be the the number one is just.to help encourage any sort of policy.like on the federal or local level.whatever that would mean.um to encourage just really simple.um sure and.if you um you know looking.kind of at this globally at least in the.united states and.thinking through some of the things that.have happened in the last several months.what do you think is one of.the greatest flaws in the united states.response.i feel like testing is probably.the the greatest flaw in this whole.process and and.i understand there are there are.limitations there we had to have.reliable tests.developed that's difficult um we had to.distribute them and everything while.also keeping everybody safe but.i feel that there was a way to have been.testing into.isolating a little bit more then.there could have been i want to use this.word loosely but quarantined areas.or some sort of response to to separate.the the communities that are.really going through the virus of course.while supporting them medically.inside of that community but to try and.halt the spread i think that.is the the major feeling is that halting.a spread.could have happened but it didn't sure.yeah um and kind of piggybacking off of.this in a way let's take it to another.policy question and let's kind of forget.covid for a second.if we were just like in a normal country.without a pandemic going on.what would you say is one of the most.pressing.issues in the united states healthcare.and if you know you could.wave a magic wand or if you were again.in charge of.medicine how would you fix it.i would fix the underserved population.on the rural communities and the reason.why i say that.is i used to work as a scribe an.emergency emergency room in the middle.of washington state which is.desert like it's it's very rural there.is one hospital.in one major hospital in the middle of.the state.and it's the busiest hospital in that.state actually.and we would see so many people come to.the emergency room three.four hundred people a day and it was.because they couldn't go to see their.doctor because.the clinics they were doing their very.best but.it was 10 000 patients for one doctor.something like that.it could be could be misremembering but.it was it was a lot it was just kind of.a burden.and if there had been more doctors there.if there had been more.mid levels there that could take care of.patients and manage their care.it would have been a kind of a point.that people wouldn't be going utilizing.the emergency room.as their their primary care and.i just feel that the best way to sort of.combat that or to encourage.um underserved areas or doctors going.there is to incentivize.that and so drawing more people um.more programs that would that would.bring people from those communities.into the medical field so that they can.come back and and help.and and um enrich that community so.great wow.what was that that's a pager going off.and that's what's probably going to.happen to you.when you guys are sitting there in.virtual interviews you may.encounter that so alex thank you so much.for being a student here.now we're going to do something fun.we're going to renee uh dr marinelli and.i.are going to go ahead and put alex.through the ringer.in our admissions committee round table.so here's how we're going to sit down so.this is actually what happens guys we.actually sit down.in an admissions committee after an.interview and after the process is done.and put up a big picture of the person.we just interviewed or the people who.came.and and sort of put it maybe put up.their stats and just talk.you know so um dr marinelli what did you.think.of alex so alex i mean i think overall.you did fairly well um um.i i think that you're probably sweating.a little bit on those last.few questions and i mean i purposely did.that because those are tough questions.and not everybody is quite ready to.answer those questions and.i think it was a good job it's good.timing for dr mehta to jump in there.because those can be.you know nerve-racking and i think that.those kind of.questions specifically can put somebody.just like in that.in that position where they're just not.sure what to do and you were you didn't.seem nervous before.but after some of those tough questions.i could definitely see maybe you're.getting a little bit nervous or like oh.shoot where is this going so i think.overall you did really well and you kind.of.handled the questions and how i threw.them at you very well.i got a question dr marinelli as you.logged in and you saw alex and saw his.appearance.what did you think so you know alex i.think you know this is.uh super interesting aspect of the.medical school interview this year like.as dr mecha was saying.probably a lot of them are going to be.virtual so.instead of going to the school and.sitting down in an office or.at a park or wherever they usually.conduct interviews.you're in charge of your environment um.so.initially i thought you know i was drawn.to the picture on your wall the guitar.your shelf back there i can't quite see.what's on there but i was still looking.at it.and then of course i looked at your.appearance um you know the first thing i.noticed.why isn't he in a suit this is a.medical school um interview it's.professional interview.so you know you definitely should be in.a suit i thought the rest of the things.though as far as the setup the.background the appropriateness of that i.thought that was totally fine.nothing was really distracting there.weren't things back there that i you.know.just had my eye on the entire time i.thought the guitar was.kind of a nice point we didn't touch on.it but i probably would have asked you.more about.so you said you're a professional.saxophone player and i see guitar you.know is.music still something that you're into i.probably would have asked more about.that.given that was in your background and.you had mentioned your saxophone.experience previously.yeah i i love the the guitar in the.background and.this seems like a trivial thing um and.by the way.don't all 2000 of you go out and buy a.guitar because that would be.a bad idea but if you are a musician if.you are.you know somebody who has something.interesting on their wall.pictures et cetera you know i mean this.is the whole point of the virtual.interview that's so different and what.we need to.really look at and control is hey what.is in my background how do i look.how is my lighting obviously how are how.is the sound the technical quality which.we'll talk about in a sec.but the simple thing like the background.can really make a huge difference.in the perception of the interviewer.right away.in fact it's probably one of the biggest.things that will make the impact because.there's.i don't know how firm your handshake is.and i don't know if we're ever going to.shake hands ever again.i don't know sort of you know i don't.necessarily know how tall you are.i don't know you know what you're.wearing if you're a female i don't know.sort of what the dress color necessarily.is right all these things that we're.talking about like head up that's it and.so now we have to think about the.other things in in the background as as.actually pretty important in some of the.very initial things.i used to tell my applicants hey the.minute you walk into an interview room.with an interviewer.look around and actually see what's on.their desk i remember very specifically.in my med school interview and this was.25 years ago at this point but in my med.school interview.i sat down at university of chicago and.the guy.had a pittsburgh steelers helmet and the.first thing i talked to them about was.football.another guy at rochester had a had a.mets um picture in the background and.the first thing i talked about was.baseball.you know it's these are the kinds of.things that we're gonna have to pick up.on even more and more and be able to do.so.um there's you know i think the the.background and the setting you're in is.so so important as dr marinelli pointed.out wearing and sort of dressing.professionally is a must.right all of you guys should dress.professionally you should wear a suit.you should be.in the in the same exact scenario as you.would be in a.regular interview that really has to be.there.um and then i got a question dr.marinelli as the interviewer.how did you feel about some of the.pauses that alex was.um using to sort of think about maybe.some of these answers.so yeah i thought um you know.a couple of the pauses i thought that.you were pretty appropriate.there were a couple though that i was.kind of like.bueller mueller waiting is he going to.say something.um but you know is this one new.is it on mute can you hear me am i in.mute the video working it froze.like so um there was a couple that were.like that but then there was one or two.that i think you were just kind of like.um okay like and you kind of gave me.that.um feedback that you were thinking about.it and obviously you were you know.taking some time to formulate an answer.but there were a couple where you just.kind of sat there.and it looked like the video could have.froze so.i think you know i would definitely do.the former.on that on that end is if you're unsure.if you're caught off guard if you need.to think about a second.a question for a second just pause and.say.you know that's a great question i.haven't really thought about that before.let me just take a moment to think about.it.and then after that if you take you know.five.ten seconds of just pausing and kind of.you know just thinking and looking or.do whatever you do to think that's fine.but i think it's good to kind of.let the interviewer know that that's.what you're doing yeah.especially with it being virtual i mean.i could just see that being an issue if.people think you know.he froze the feed froze oh technology.you know yeah i i echo that which is.that.remember you know when we hear pauses.now we think.did that person go on mute what happened.the thing is broken.um that's our new world and and by the.way it's.it's probably even more true of some of.the older physicians and you know people.who aren't as tech savvy who will still.be interviewing you.during this process um i think dr.marinelli's suggestion of you know.saying hey you know let me let me think.about that for a second.or even sometimes i would say adding.hand gestures and sort of you know.being somebody who's who's animated.uh will help in making sure that that.person doesn't think that the video.is is actually is actually frozen.so we we've talked a little bit about.sort of the appearance we've talked.about sort of alex's background.we've talked about some of the virtual.stuff um quickly.and i say quickly because we wanted to.go over.all this other stuff because it's so.important for the virtual part of things.and that's what we want to focus on.uh dr marinelli how do you think alex.did with.just his general answers yeah.and you know typically if this was like.a mock interview.and we were going to a med school coach.and i was going to give you pointers i.would go through each one of these.answers and talk about each one and how.what you did well what you did bad.um and what you could improve but since.i saw hill.said we don't have time for that tonight.we want to get to other things so i'll.just give you in general i think overall.you did pretty well.i would rate most of your answers on.average definitely there were some of.them that were a little bit better than.others.and some of them that were you know like.just pretty much.average like you could have thought them.out more so all of these questions that.i asked you.besides covid right because that's a new.one but i would expect people to be.asked that.this year um these are all very typical.medical school interview questions so.you know in your preparation for all of.you out there listening.practice these ones because these are.probably what you're going to get and i.would.suspect and dr mehta you definitely.chime in here i would just.suspect with things being virtual and.not really having that in-person.connection.i would think that most interviews are.going to kind of follow this format.where it's a question answer question.answer.rather than just talking about a.football team.or music and being in more conversation.because it's a little harder to have a.conversation when you are not.in person with somebody so this is the.format i think people.really need to get down i agree that.this is the format and it's kind of sad.because i used to tell my students and i.think i still will tell them that.listen the most important thing you can.do is develop a connection with the.person across from you right.and and the reality is even if it's on.zoom that is still the very most.important thing you can do develop some.kind of connection.which is why you know trying to talk.about other things and.bringing in sports or bringing in music.or whatever else.can go a tremendously long way so as you.guys are.um as you guys are progressing through.questions as you guys are practicing.even as you're practicing just.connecting with people on zoom i mean.really think about okay.how can i how can i get myself.to connect with that person across from.me a little bit better.rather than just giving answers alex i.have a quick question for you because i.think this will be helpful for the.students out there.who are also applying which is you know.how do you how did you feel when dr.marinelli was maybe looking away from.the screen.or typing something or when the pager.went off.how does that make you feel and dr.marinelli any suggestions on how to sort.of overcome that.yeah so i i felt okay with some of those.i realized.that i didn't set my computer up.properly so that i was having.notifications come on and.and i was there was a distracting.element there.um that was that wasn't great um for me.but and so but as far as um documentary.writing notes and looking away from the.screen i felt comfortable because she.told me that's what she was doing.i don't know how i would have felt if.she didn't tell me that i.i probably would have thought that she.was bored or something.and i'll tell you that you know as.interviewers on admissions committees.they're going to be put through.the training process as well to remind.themselves of these kind of things turn.your notifications off and obviously as.students.make sure your notifications off make.sure your phone notifications are off.there's nothing more annoying than the.thing.buzzing and your facebook messenger.going off and your imessage going off on.your computer so you have a buzz here.and a buzz here and a buzz there.it's gonna kill you make sure that.you've turned all those things off in.fact i would put everything.in another room and not even be there.and turn off all notifications on your.computer.as you can so what do we think.everybody pull quick pull alex accepted.rejected feel free to drop it in the.chat hopefully accepted.so alex we will uh we'll invite you back.on in a second here.uh and i'm gonna go through a few more a.few more slides here.so some general tips for you guys okay.um.and uh dr marinette i might get rid of.you too so i can see the big there we go.so a couple of general tips right um.dress the part act the part treat it as.it's a real thing right and newsflash.guess what it is a real thing.this is a real interview this is what's.going to be used to determine if you're.going to get in or not.we talked a little bit about this but.lighting environment your microphone.your webcam your internet connection.test test test these things beforehand.um.i would say be really comfortable with.everything that you are.um when that where with everything in.your sort of environment.right and then another quick tip i would.say is use a laptop.um and i've seen a lot of people do.these on the phone.and when you're holding up a phone it's.very easy to shake.and if you can't use a laptop for.whatever reason make sure that your.phone is on a stand.and not moving anywhere that's super.super important.obviously if you're using a desktop make.sure it has a webcam i mean these are.little things.but i can't stress to you how much it's.going to make an.impact right we're really as admissions.committees.across the board are looking to make.decisions they have to subconsciously as.well as consciously makes.decisions on who to accept and who not.to accept and these little things are.going to make all the impact.this year so a couple more things right.so i wanted to drop you guys.a bunch of free resources that i think.will be very helpful for you.so first if anybody out there has not as.of yet.taken the mcat you have to get the mcat.prep app by med school coach this is.totally free.um and it's it's really something that's.going to change the way that you.um that you study for the mcat i mean.it's it's got all the videos it's got.questions it's got flash cards.uh it's awesome so make sure you send.that those are for people who haven't.um as of yet done taking the mcat.obviously if you've taken the mcat.hopefully hopefully you did fantastic on.it or if you're waiting for your score.hopefully that score comes back great.um a couple other resources that i did.want to share with you guys and we're.going to drop some of these resources in.the.in the chat function as well um.we have a pre-meds group on facebook.just go to facebook and search.pre-meds we answer questions we're able.to basically.um give you guys advice there our.instagram account also we love to answer.questions we love to.follow you we love to talk to you there.perspectivedoctor.com for those of you.guys who haven't.been to prospective doctor yet you.should go there it's actually got.articles thousands of articles written.by icon members it's got videos it's got.flashcards it's got.mcat mnemonics it's got all kinds of.different things that are going to be.really.really really really helpful for you and.it's got the secondary database for so.for those of you guys who are.you know sort of in the middle of.secondaries and need an easy way to.easy way to basically look at them in.one spot.check it out it's a good place to go and.then i want to play the plug for our.youtube channel youtube.com.med school coach there's actually free.videos there including question and.answers by the way that are really good.so we actually have some mock interviews.up there.where you can actually go through and.and see real interviews.feedback questions more of what alex was.able to do.today so all those things are going to.be really really important.as you as you go through the process.okay so those are some free resources.for you i encourage you guys.to check them out i think they're going.to make a big impact.now how can we help you right like what.what can we do.i know a lot of you guys out there are.maybe confused about this.need some more coaching need prep and so.what does med school coach do right so.we are physician advisors right myself.dr marinelli are two of them we have.about 75 different advisors now all of.whom have admissions committee.experience.all of whom are amazing all of whom will.really.be able to push you to over the edge and.i really want you to check out if you.guys are interested or need extra help.number one our video interview prep so.the video interview prep is actually.going to take you through an actual.exam you're going to get to record your.answers just as you would.it's then you're gonna have a coaching.session with your coach who's gonna.nail you and tell you what you did right.what you did wrong.and then there's actual interview prep.right and and that's.that's one thing that you have to do the.actual interview prep.um is so important last year our coaches.we did about.2500 hours of virtual interview prep.with students across the country.and it makes a huge impact in how they.do and how they function and how well.they do.and keep in mind it was always virtual.uh or at least our interview prep was.and now.since the real thing is virtual the.interview prep is as close to the real.thing as you can get.these are physicians again we've been.admissions committees you've interviewed.people they're going to really be able.to.uh take you through so we're going to.drop.a link in your chat as well just for.some special discounts on that or.special actually.additional sessions on that we found.that if people do.two to three sessions they really really.really increase their acceptance rate to.the 90.plus range when they do three sessions.and have an interview because you can.really get them.uh great and we'll also send you an.email with some of that information.uh at the end so now i want to.take a look and actually bring dr.marinelli back.on the stage for a second and we're.going to now go through.your questions i'm also going to bring.alex back onto the stage for a second.here.so alex come on back on to the stage.when you have a chance and.the this is the point that this is the.part that's going to be the most fun.right you guys are going to get to ask.all the questions that you want.um to us about the interview prep and by.the way also about the mcat so alex.is not alex johnson he's actually alex.stark he's our.he's our mcat content director at med.school coach a fantastic master tutor.for us ed med school coach so some of.you guys probably actually had some.tutoring from him.you've definitely seen his questions um.and so we are we're here to actually.answer.questions about admissions about the.timeline about mcat.whatever you guys want drop them our way.uh.we'll we'll stop at the top of the hour.and we'll try to do as much as possible.so um i'm gonna sort of just fire.questions i'll take some uh.fire summit alex i'll fire some of dr.marinelli and we'll see we'll see what.what to do.um alex i this why don't we start with.you actually because.there's an mcat question in here which.says if you didn't hit your goal.mcat score um how long do you think you.need.in order to retake it in order to.appropriately study.that is a great question um when i get.that question from.students or potential students i i have.my own list of questions.is some of those include how far.away were you what were the.the section weaknesses like do you think.that you can.re-study for it while you're doing other.things preparing for your application or.like going back to school or doing.or doing work and whatnot but usually if.you didn't get the score that you wanted.to.you need to still have another about 300.hours to re-prepare.to remember all the content that is.starting to decay.to go all the all the way back through.all the double amc materials so that.you're.the best prepared because if you retake.it there's no shame in retaking.but you really need to improve and um.so you just have to make sure if the.first time or the second time or the.third time didn't.generally happen the next time you take.it it has to be like.it has to be perfect so i mean not 528.perfect but.you have to be like perfect in the in.the prep and get your goal score.awesome um so dr marilyn here's a.question that says.i live in a noisy community and have no.control over it.um with all the coffee shops libraries.and schools facilities closed.what do you recommend i do to maybe.talk to the interviewer beforehand about.background noise or.try to mitigate it that's a great.question and that's tough i mean i think.you're going to just have to improvise a.bit i mean.the fact of the matter is you need to go.somewhere where you're not going to be.distracting.distracted and the noise in the.background not going to be distracting.as well to them i mean i hate to say.this but i would say.set up a little table and share in your.bathroom if you have to unlock the door.i mean there's got to be somewhere you.can get privacy.or a closet or something because.like we were talking about earlier if.you get those distractions or if you.hear.you know a siren going by and cars.honking and people yelling.it may not distract you so much because.you're used to it but it will distract.that interviewer.so try to minimize it as much as.possible.um i saw a lot of questions about.headphones you know alex.has headphones on right now and i think.headphones are totally appropriate.i probably wouldn't suggest wearing the.big ones you know that.go over your ears and like that because.they're just kind of.bulky but i think like alex's headphones.here are totally appropriate i think the.microphone can.reduce some background noise so that.could be an option.the other thing too is just test it out.so before you do your actual.interview make sure you sit down with.somebody med school coach or a friend or.whatever and do a zoom meeting and ask.them how's my sound.can you hear me okay do you hear the.background noise too much.does everything sound okay does it look.okay so you can practice before you do.the actual thing.even if you know you're maybe not in the.most ideal environment.um there's a question out here about.sort of um the what.to do on secondaries i saw a lot of.people chatting about the fact that they.have applied to a lot of schools 45 50.somebody i think out there applied to 90.schools.power to you um 90 schools that's that's.something.and how to organize and you know.prioritize and keep track of them well.as you guys probably know.secondaries are one of the more painful.parts of the whole application process.right you've gone through this entire.application you've maybe even sat.through a video interview maybe even.done a casper test.you've maybe even done the sjt and now.they're still throwing more questions at.you.um it's difficult and and it's one of.these things where it really takes.stamina.to get through more so than anything.else because you look at the questions.and you're like oh how am i going to.answer the same question again.and again and again um the two-week.period of turnaround you know that's not.make or break if you take three weeks.it's not going to mean your application.is going to be thrown away.um if you take four months well maybe.that's not really going to look so great.so.it's all about prioritizing the schools.that i think you are interested in it's.also about.i think knocking off the schools that.you can knock off which is to say there.are a lot of schools with pretty easy.secondaries or secondaries that you can.reuse prompts on from previous schools.and you can knock those off.fairly fast and so i would encourage you.guys.to do that on those um.there's a question out there that says.hey how long does a typical interview.last.yeah that's um i mean that's a great.question because.in in person usually about an hour.30 minutes to an hour for the.traditional one-on-one.interview over zoom i don't know because.that it takes a long time to talk to.somebody for an hour.over zoom i would probably say at a.minimum.they're going to try to hit that 30.minutes and maybe schedule it for an.hour but i could imagine that kind of.what we were talking about earlier where.it may not turn.into that conversation like it does in.the in-person.interview that it might only be a half.an hour which i don't think if that.happens to you i don't think that's.necessarily a bad thing i think that's.going to be more.of a function of just the limitations of.being virtual.yeah i agree i mean i think that the the.the interviews are going to have to be a.little shorter.often times i'll have a 45-minute.conversation with the student but that's.that's hard and and by the way from an.interviewer's perspective it's super.tiring to have conversations on zoom.um it's actually really tiring much more.so than in person i.oftentimes when i interview applicants i.will say let's go walk around the.hospital let's grab a coffee.and that's how i that's how i get to.know them and you know that's how i.interview them.i can't do that on zoom and so that's a.that's a huge huge huge uh burden.on the interviewer so there's going to.be a massive shift.it's unclear exactly what schools are.going to do at this point but i would.anticipate that interviews are going to.be much shorter maybe in the 20 minute.range.and much fewer because the reality is.you can't interview a whole bunch of.people at once.the one thing that it makes schools may.shift to is some more group.interviews because that's a way to.potentially get a whole bunch of people.talking to one applicant at once for.years northwestern has used a group.interview.for their medical school and it's.possible that schools will use group.interviews.towards um towards actual interviews for.for virtual interviews this year so a.bunch of admissions committee members.can understand who the applicant is all.at once and they don't have to sit.on 800 different zoom interviews.yeah um alex you know you do a lot of.tutoring and i would be interested you.zoom every day and there's a question.out here about sort of.um virtual backgrounds and and what we.think about virtual backgrounds and if.they're.uh good bad i mean any any thoughts.so as far as um maybe like a non-medical.school.interview goes i think they're they're.okay i've tried to use them before and.it's it's odd because your head goes in.and out of the virtual background and it.looks kind of awkward it's distracting.um and i've also worked with students.that use a virtual background because.maybe like the room is messy or.something.and it is really distracting on my end.to see that.so i i wouldn't recommend it because.you can't control that virtual.background perfectly and it might leave.the interviewer wondering.why do they have a virtual background in.the first place.yeah i mean i i don't love virtual.backgrounds on zoom i mean some of them.are fun.um but the reality is exactly what alex.said which is that.so many times they there's the green.screen's not perfect.people or there's no green screen.people's heads are coming in and out.and it almost looks weird uh rather than.natural and i think we're trying to.simulate as much.of the natural portion of this interview.as we physically can right.we can't do all of it but i think that's.important that we want to try to make it.as natural as possible.and i think when you start introducing.virtual backgrounds that sort of takes.away from that even more.and sort of moves it more on that.spectrum of okay this is a weird zoom.interview.versus this is sort of a normal.in-person interview.i agree yeah i agree i would definitely.try to avoid those as much as possible.they do get distracting i mean i like.you were saying dr mehta like they're.kind of fun.and you know dr mehta one time put.himself on this nice beach during one of.our.zoo meetings which everybody enjoyed.watching but like that.you don't want to do that on your.medical school interview just being.professional is.the most appropriate thing to do yeah.um dr marilyn there's a question for.people who are maybe haven't submitted.their.primary yet um do you think they still.should is it too late.this year or what do you think that's a.tough question and you know i've gotten.that question a lot.and and you and i have discussed this.quite a bit because i think.you know as what you were saying in the.beginning of this whole meeting is.there's a lot of uncertainty and we.don't know exactly how this is going to.play out we do know that amcas delayed.their transmission of primary.applications to medical schools by two.weeks.so you know whereas.normally where we would be techniques.ahead of ourselves in the application.process.at this point so things are a little bit.behind.how much of a difference that's going to.make overall has yet to be.seen but i think for some of those.people that are maybe on the fence and.should i apply or should i not.i think that you probably still could as.long as you get things going pretty fast.um i wouldn't recommend saying okay i'm.going to apply and then hit submit on.amp pass in two months.i'd say probably in the next few weeks.if.you know you get your amp test in and.get everything together.then you're probably gonna be pretty.pretty good just given the fact that.everything's been a bit delayed.don't think there's a perfect answer.here but i would say.try to you know get your stuff together.as quickly as possible.of course do it well but hit submit you.know.try to do it soon so you are in the.earlier pool as much as possible.well so um there's a there's a question.out here maybe i'll ask it to you alex.from the student perspective and i'm.going to publish a poll which is.you know what questions really make you.nervous as an applicant like is there a.question that really makes you.um super nervous that you don't even.know how to answer.yes so i have been through a few years.ago but i've been through the medical.school interviews.and the one question i can never get.right is tell me about yourself.and it comes in a large varieties and i.actually.assumed i was going to be asked that.question today and so i sort of thought.about.maybe what i would what i would say a.little bit but it's always so hard to.describe yourself to somebody.and i've read advice out there on the.internet i remember preparing for.interviews in the past.and nothing ever really made me feel.very comfortable.but that's the that's the number one.it's like tell me about you or tell me.about your.interests or your strengths and.weaknesses type of thing i think it's.anything personal is hard.you know it's interesting because i i.when you were doing the mock interview.with dr marnelli.i actually found that your tell me about.yourself answer was actually quite nice.um and it was a little different um and.i think the thing that you said.correct me if i'm wrong was you know.what gets me out of bed every day.is learning or something along those.lines and i actually found that i was.like oh you know what that's an.interesting way to answer that question.um now again don't all 2000 of you out.there certainly start.thinking about answering that question.of hey what gets me out of bed because.interviewers are going to catch on very.quickly that that's how you everybody's.answering it.but it's a nice way to think about it.it's like what really motivates me who.am i not necessarily where did i grow up.not necessarily.like obviously not what's my mcat score.and my gpa and my major like those.things are not really.all that interesting at the end of the.day.and are on paper so the the idea of.thinking about hey.what is it that really makes me tick i.think is an interesting way to answer.that question.yeah and i'll just throw in there too is.that um.i really like that i mean it's not.really a question but um.i really like that opening with that.because i think it gives the.applicant an opportunity to talk about.something else.you know and for you i felt like you.really casted out the bait.about these notes you talk that you.write every night.and i couldn't help myself even though i.was really trying to keep in that.question answer question answer format.of the typical questions.i had to ask you what was something that.you wrote about lately because i was.curious and so i thought that was kind.of.a nice touch on your part too is it.really kind of.faded the interviewer in a way for them.to ask more about that and not.necessarily just go to that next stop.question of.why do you want to become a physician.why do you want to come to this school.et cetera et cetera.so we are coming up on the top of the.hour here so unfortunately we have to.sort of.end um it's been actually really awesome.to to talk to all of you guys to field.your questions to do this for you guys.we really hope this was helpful.obviously as a starting point.um the the webinar will be available.via email um or via recording we'll send.out an email so keep it.keep an eye on your email for that we.also have this incredible.by the way library of our old webinars.some of which are interview prep related.which you guys should definitely.check out as well and i wanted to just.drop a few different ways to contact us.obviously you can shoot us an email.our website is medschoolcoach.com.there's our phone number and you can get.us on social we'll answer your questions.there as best we can.obviously we think that the interview.prep that we can provide is actually.phenomenal and is really going to help.you.really take it to the next level um so.when you guys have interviews or even.before then actually.i would really suggest sitting down and.doing some interview prep.our team of physicians are again all.physicians all people who have been on.admissions committees.all people have interviewed medical.school applicants before.on you know we we have the dean of one.of the.medical school um admissions committee.members.on our staff now he's now retired i mean.that's like the type of people that we.have.who are who are able to advise you so i.think it's a great resource if you guys.are interested.in that um otherwise check out all the.other resources again it's been.fantastic.talking to you guys alex thank you so.much renee thank you so much.for being here um for the rest of you.guys hopefully we see you soon.thank you again and have a great night.thank you good luck to everyone out.there.stay safe and healthy.

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