As you prepare for your medical school interview, you will have to prepare yourself for several questions, including: How long did you study?
What did you do for work?
How many medical school courses did you complete?
What was your specialty?
What were your goals?
When did you begin your medical career?
What medical training did you have?
How long have you lived in India?
How old are you?
How much money do you have in your bank account?
Do you have a dependable job?
Did you ever get medical insurance?
Do doctors have any relatives in India or abroad?
Is your family educated?
If so, what is the name of the school you attended?
Did your parents ever have a job?
If not, what was their salary?
Did they get a job at any time?
How did you get into medical school?
Did anyone ever tell you that you could do anything with your medical education?
Is there a difference between medical school and college?
Did a medical school program get you a job after your medical degree?
Were you selected for medical school after you had completed your medical studies?
Did any of the candidates at your medical training program get a second medical degree after their first one?
Did the program include training in basic medical science?
What are the requirements for the degree?
Do medical schools accept foreign applicants?
How do you get a foreign doctor or a foreign patient?
How often do you practice in India, and what are your preferences?
Are you going to study abroad?
Do foreign countries have specialties that you do not know about?
Do people in India treat you differently from other people?
Do they take your medications?
Do their doctors speak English?
What is your nationality?
Are there any restrictions on medical schools?
Are your relatives in medical school or overseas?
If you have questions about the answers to any of these questions, then you should contact the department of medical education, medical colleges, medical schools, and medical schools for India.
The department of health education and research, which is part of the Ministry of Health, has also set up a page to answer these questions and other related queries.
To get answers to all of these specific questions, the department has compiled a list of questions that may come up at medical school interviews.
For example, you may be asked about your specialty, whether you have any family members in India who have graduated from medical school, how many medical schools you attended, whether the schools have foreign students, whether medical school graduates are accepted to medical school in India and if they have been accepted.
Here is the list of medical school questions that are listed on the page: Which school did you attend?
Which medical school did your parents attend?
Where did you go to school?
What type of school do you study in?
How were you accepted to a medical college?
What specialty did you pursue?
Do your parents have any dependable jobs?
How have you got into medical college and where did you graduate?
How far did you practice?
How soon did you apply to medical college.
Have you ever been accepted to another medical college or program?
How was your education at the medical college/program?
Were your parents educated in India at any point in time?
Are they employed in any of your fields?
Are the doctors you have worked with or with you in any way dependable?
What have you learned in medical education that you wish to apply for a job in medical practice?
What should you expect from medical education programs?
What kind of training are you going through?
Are Indian medical schools accredited?
What types of residency training do you require?
Do students from the Indian Medical Schools in the U.S. or Canada apply for residency training in India before they are accepted?
How is residency training administered?
What information do you need to get a visa to visit India?
What qualifications do you hold in your field of study?
If there is a particular medical school you would like to apply to, what do you want to know about that school and how did you prepare yourself?
What do you expect to learn from a medical education program in India in terms of teaching and working with patients?
What does it mean to be a doctor?
What can you expect when you apply for admission to a foreign medical school for a residency training program?
What sort of training do medical schools in India offer to their foreign students?
What skills do you intend to gain from the experience you will get from working with and working at medical schools abroad?
If your parents were trained in India prior to your medical schooling, what kind of medical training do they offer you?
What other types of training will you get from your foreign medical schools experience?
How would you like to be treated by medical schools overseas?
Are foreign medical students accepted to residency training programs in India by the end of the program?
If a doctor or medical student is not admitted to the residency program in your country, will they be allowed to remain there and continue their residency training