Masaryk University Medicine Interview Questions

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Overview & Tuition Fees

Masaryk University of Medicine is located in the second largest city in the Czech Republic, and was founded in 1919. All teaching is conducted in English. The faculty has recently moved to a new campus, which is modern and allows for students to learn in new, innovative ways.
The course is made up as follows:
– In the first two years, expect to cover theoretical courses (Biology, Biophysics, Medical Chemistry and Biochemistry, Anatomy, Histology, Physiology). You will be taught through lectures, lab work, and seminars.
– Third year is a preclinical year, preparing students for the following clinical years
– The fourth and fifth years cover clinical rotations in clinics and hospital wards. This learning is added to through lectures and seminars.
– The final year of studies is entirely practical training – an apprenticeship – in which students will work at the bedside or in clinics, and be able to diagnose patients and devise management plans, under the supervision of practising physicians. There are also four blocks of summer clerkships, in which students will practise their practical skills and become used to how hospitals and other care facilities are run.

The course is six years long, and tuition fees are 10,700 EUR per year.

All applicants must have successfully completed secondary education and received a school-leaving diploma, rewarded with a final certificate/ diploma (e.g. A-level certificates, IB diploma, etc.). Then, applicants must pass the entrance examination tests (more on which below). You can sit this exam only once in a given admission year. However, an applicant can be exempted from the entrance examination under certain conditions:
– Applicants from the USA and Canada can be accepted if they have adequate MCAT test results (minimum 24 or 500 points, within a year of passing) or DAT test results (minimum 20 points).

Applicants from France can be accepted on the basis of PACES/MMOP results.

UK Applicants with A-level examination results can be accepted on the basis of the following minimum scores: Chemistry A, Biology A, Physics or Mathematics, A

Masaryk University Medicine Interview Format

Applicants are accepted on the basis of a written entrance examination rather than an interview in most cases, although some will be interviewed. The written exam covers the following subjects: Chemistry, Biology, Physics or Mathematics. Each written test is made up of 40 multiple choice questions, with five possible answers, of which only one is correct. Each test takes 50 minutes.

No periodic tables or other reference materials are necessary, apart from a simple calculator.

The acceptance pass mark in General Medicine is 60%.

The dean will decide the number of students to be accepted – students with higher scores will have priority, whilst students passing with a lower score will be offered places if those above them do not take the places.

The oral exam in English is required for candidates from ‘certain countries.’

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Masaryk University Medicine Past MMI Stations & Interview Questions

The following questions are taken from the university’s biology sample questions:

Which of the following bones doesn’t take part of the formation of the orbit?

  1. a) upper jaw (maxilla) b) ethmoid bone c) lacrimal bone d) all of them are part of the orbit e) none of the answers is correct

Where is the majority of water reabsorbed?

  1. a) proximal tubule of nephron b) renal pelvis c) ureter d) zygomatic bone d) urinary bladder

The maximum volume of air that can be moved in and out during a single breath is called:

  1. a) tidal volume b) residual volume c) vital capacity d) functional residual capacity e) none of the answers is correct

    Which of the following vitamins are recommended to be taken with fats?

a) vitamin A and D b) vitamin B1 and C c) vitamin B12 and E d) vitamin C and K e) none of the answers is correct

Other questions can be found on the university’s site, but note that these are more likely to be asked in the written test than the oral exam, which is indicated more for those whose level of English is in question – so expect questions here to be a little more general.

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