Interviews don't get simpler than this.
Rated and reviewed as NZ’s top MMI preparation course. Almost half of all interview candidates take our course.
“Initially, I had great doubts about my ability to succeed in the interviews; it was by far my weakest area. Through Justin’s tutoring, I was able to develop the confidence and skills to excel in the interviews and gain a place in the medical school. His tutoring not only helped with the interviews, but helped me learn valuable communication skills for everyday and professional life.”
– Sally Park, 2015
“Very well prepared and straight to the point. The MMI simulation was extremely helpful and I am so glad I purchased it. I know what I need to improve on and how much I need to prepare.”
– Zaynah Khan, 2018
“He has a valuable repertoire of drills and techniques that no other tutors offers. Without Justin’s help, I don’t think my interview would be as much of a breeze as it was. Not only does he deliver information in simple and comprehensive manner, but he also makes a great deal of effort to answer questions in his own private time, showing genuine care about his students. Highly highly recommended”
– Victoria Cai, 2016
“JTT’s interview course has actually exceeded my expectations. The guidebook is also very detailed, but concise… If my younger peers were to ask for interview help, I would recommend them this service.”
– Helen Zheng, 2018
High-yield strategies and frameworks to facilitate concise, effective and, most importantly, genuine interview responses. Develop strong content and unique answers.
Your MMI preparation bible.
- Detailed preparation techniques and answer strategies
- Step-by-step breakdown of model answers
- Summary of Māori health and medical ethics
- Over 250 interview questions
Small group interview coaching for direct and personalised feedback. Coaches will help you problem solve, focus your practice, and get you interview ready.
Our online modules are enough to be a course entirely on its own.
- Full overview of important interview techniques
- Additional reading and case dissections
- Exclusive videos of example answer breakdowns and common mistakes
- Strategies and resources to refine your arguments
- Techniques to develop your content
- More advanced frameworks and strategies
Our students rate it the most realistic simulation available.
- Same conditions, stations and timing as the real MMI
- Questions designed to be more challenging than the real MMI
- Personalised feedback sheets and individual station scores
- Limited to the first 96 students
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Online course access granted INSTANTLY on purchase. See workshop dates updated below.
Online OnlyIdeal for students who don't need too much guidance and feel relatively confident with MMI.
Online course access only
Guidebook not included
Workshop not included
Small-group coaching not included
Simulation not included
UltimateA league above the rest.
Your definitive MMI preparation solution.
Realistic MMI Simulation
Two intensive days of high-yield preparation, including 8 hours of theory and guided preparation and 4 hours of small-group coaching with our trained interview coaches.
Select from three possible streams in late July, October, or November.
We cover the essential theory and strategies to confidently prepare for and answer all interview stations and question types.
Receive individualised feedback from our trained interview coaches. There are 4 hours of coaching included across the workshop days.
Our efficient online course includes video summaries of the most important preparation techniques and answer structures, case dissections of interview answers, and supplementary reading to accelerate your preparation process.
Some students even rely on only our online course for their entire preparation!
The bible of MMI preparation – our guidebook is packed with the most important tools to tackle your interview with ease.
Our 6th edition is simpler, faster, and more efficient than ever before!
Come dressed and prepared to be interviewed by real health professionals in the most realistic mock MMI around. Feedback and scores included.
Compared to other simulations offered by student groups, clubs, and other companies, 99.9% of our students have reported that ours is the most realistic and useful mock MMI.
You will receive an email to select your dates after purchase.
ExpertWhen "industry standard" isn't enough.
Second only to our Ultimate course.
JTT Efficient Guide to MMI - 6th Edition
Simulation not included
Online course not included
There are three streams you may choose from after signing up. Our workshops will run in:
- late July (beginning of Semester 2, after UCAT). Preliminary Date (pending any stressful changes for premed students) is 24th and 25th of July - Recommended stream.
- Early October (before heavy exam preparation during Semester 2)
- Mid November (immediately after MEDSCI142 exam) - for students who missed out on early preparation.
Online Only: Choose this if you are very confident and just want a small amount of direction, or if you are not applying for the University of Auckland and want to learn the general skills for any medical interview.
Expert: Choose this if you need moderate help and do not want to do the mock MMI simulation. May be appropriate for some graduates.
Ultimate: Recommended for most undergraduate students. Choose this if you want to be on the safe side with the full preparation experience.
The earlier streams give much more time to prepare. If any issues are identified, it’s best to tackle it diligently over weeks than to cram in any change last minute.
It is always advisable to attend early, if possible. Importantly, when you are in the interview, only your habits remain. It takes time to create habits.
On the other hand, the late stream still does give enough time for intensive preparation if the early streams were not possible to attend. As there is usually nothing else to be focused on at that time of the year (after exams), a large amount of preparation is possible in the 3 to 4 weeks between the late stream and the real interview.
For students attending the late stream, we recommend using the online courses throughout the semester to build strong foundations by the time they prepare for the interview. This helps offset any early vs late stream disadvantages.
Coaching sessions are at the end of each workshop day, immediately following the theory part of the workshop.
Further coaching sessions can be purchased if desired.
Our MMI simulation is the most realistic simulation available. The early stream simulation is held on the first weekend of October, 1 month after the final workshop day. The late stream simulation is approximately 1 to 2 weeks before the real interview (around mid November).
You come dressed and prepared to be interviewed by real doctors and health professionals in the same stations, question styles, and timing as the real interview. You will receive a score and written feedback for every station you sit, as well as a chance to debrief on any issues encountered during the simulation.
The average satisfaction rating given to our simulation by 200+ previous students is 99.6%. We have never received a rating below 90%. Compared to other simulations offered by student groups, clubs, and other companies, 100% of our students have reported that ours is the most realistic, challenging, and professional.
Please note: Our simulation always sells out. It is rare for us to have any simulation seats left after August. The seats are limited to 96 and it is rare for more than one or two people to be accepted from the waiting list (due to students being unable to attend on the day last-minute).
Experience, design, and approach.
The MMI course was designed and is run by Dr Justin Sung directly, New Zealand’s most experienced interview coach. This experience allows him to diagnose problem areas highly efficiently, while teaching the structure and theory much more simply than conventional approaches to interiew.
We focus on achieving the best outcome, rather than just whatever people perceive as being worth the money. While most other preparation options are one-off workshops or resources, our course is a preparatory experience consisting of a 2-day workshop, comprehensive guidebook, question bank, small group coaching, online resources, and a simulation.
Students appreciate our pragmatic and simple approach to interview. Our interview strategies are very flexible and have a strong focus on being natural and genuine. Most of our students prefer this genuine-focused approach to other more rigid interview strategies, which is reflected in our very positive testimonials.
The interview ranking is based on:
- Four core GPA
By the end of semester 1, you will have an idea of your best possible core GPA, since 3 of the 4 core papers are completed by then. Similarly the UCAT score is generally available by the end of July.
This means that despite not having a definitive MEDSCI 142 score, you will know whether you are likely to get an interview offer. While the decision to purchase early is not necessary, it is advised and wise to, because our courses usually sell out before the second semester.
If you have special circumstances that require a more intensive or individualised coaching solution, we have a limited number of private students that we are able to accept.
As this is usually a high-demand service, it is subject to availability. If you are interested, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our interview coaches are medical students or doctors with training and experience in coaching for MMI. Each coach is trained in our unique approach and how to give the most effective feedback.
This unique feedback and training style is what makes our coaching services so popular. Along with the simulation, our coaches are consistently rated as one of the most high-value aspects of the course.
After four years of experimentation, we have definitively concluded that two- or three-on-one is the ideal ratio for interview coaching. This is superior to one-on-one for a few reasons:
- One-on-one continuous interview training is very tiring for the student.
- The diversity of ideas and opinions is one of the most important element of good interview preparation. This is absent in one-on-one.
- Small groups allow students to train the ability to think like a listening interviewer, which is a beneficial perspective to unlock.
- Sessions are usually more enjoyable in small groups, which increases learning, productivity and sustainability.
- Small groups promote peer practice and gives an opportunity for us to refine the peer practice techniques, which form the bulk of a student’s total preparation time.
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