MMI/Interview Course

Our most popular service: a trusted approach that so many testify to.
After years of evaluation and research, we’ve designed our MMI package to be unlike any other.

The MMI/interview counts for 25% of the year, but preparing is daunting and confusing. Why let nervousness and lack of technique hinder your ability to express yourself? Past students have said our workshops made MMI one of the easiest and most enjoyable parts of the year!

We’re so confident in our unbeatable value that if you’re unsatisfied after the workshop, get half your money back!
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If you sign up to the early stream, you can attend the end of year late stream for free, HOWEVER seating will be prioritised for late stream attendees.
  • Basic information and approaches to the MMI
  • Six hours of theory and content preparation
  • Step-by-step structures and answering frameworks, designed by professionals and evaluated against industry-leading research
  • Healthcare seminar by NZ doctors, covering the in-depth structure and workflow of the health system
  • Most common mistakes and how to avoid them
  • Strategies for role-playing using industry-standard techniques taught in medical school
  • Groups of 2 to 3 students are matched against a trained interview coach, hand-picked from top interviewing medical students from previous years
  • Individualised feedback and critique on your structure and content
  • Sessions are tracked with our next-generation, industry-leading reporting system, designed to ensure consistently high service-delivery
  • Exclusive resources and access to our knowledge bank for content preparation
  • Videos of example answers and common mistakes
  • Practice milestones to ensure you stay on track
  • Test yourself at the end of the year with a formal interview panel in front of real healthcare professionals
  • Same conditions and timing as the real interview
  • Questions designed to be more challenging than in the real MMI
  • Personalised feedback sheets and individual station scores
  • Optional video recording of one station you can take home for self-evaluation

Students have said it is the most realistic MMI simulation of any other offered.

  • Comprehensive overview of all workshop content
  • Simple structures and strategies that we have seen produce high-impact results
  • Step-by-step breakdown of example walkthrough answers
  • Key strategies and frameworks for roleplay
  • Medico-ethical principles that you need to know for MMI
  • Summary of important Maori and Healthcare issues
  • Question bank of 250+ questions, arranged by MMI station
  • Problem-busters section featuring dozens of common mistakes and symptoms, with targetted practice strategies and drill recommendations
  • Important sections from the knowledge bank, included in the guidebook to have at hand
  • Piloted interview preparation with 1-on-1 courses with a small cohort of 10 students.
  • Evaluated 2012 results and feedback.
  • Trialled a sub-cohort of 5 students with a new, simplified approach to interview based on learning certification training and review of research on the topic.
  • Continued previous, conventional style interview prep with 10 students.
  • Expanded to include up to 3-on-1 sessions.
  • Evaluated 2013 results and feedback simplified approach achieved at least equivalent results for approximately half the time.
  • Completely transitioned to thesimplified approach based on aresearch review and evidence around thetopic.
  • Ran interview preparation sessions for 15 students. Again, consistently required approximately half the time to reach an equivalent level of preparation as the conventional system.
  • Evaluated 2014 results and feedback refined and optimised simplified approach.
  • Ran free and donation workshops to a total of 90 students. Noticed a number of optimisations to theteaching approach that were possible.
  • Ran 2-on-1 and 3-on-1 sessions for 9 students.
  • Evaluated 2015 results and feedback. Overall very positive results from 2015.
  • Optimised workshop structure and approach considerably to simplify further.
  • Workshops separated into 3 separate days.
  • Piloted MMI Simulation successfully. Recorded feedback for improvement in 2017.
  • Evaluated 2016 results and feedback. A conventional structure of teaching in workshops was found to be a possible limitation and not reinforced by evidence. Moved to a part workshoppart private coaching model in an attempt to maximise learner outcomes.
  • JTT guidebook revised to 2nd edition.
  • Price increased by $49 due to 400% increase in costs from changing interview preparation model.
  • Quota increased to mitigate expected financial losses.
  • Evaluated 2017 workshop and simulation results and feedback.
  • New trends noticed in increased variation in level of student practice. Online learning modules added to optimise practising amounts.
  • Coaching in 2017 was very well received, so in 2018 the level of evaluation and training for coaches is increased.
  • Private coaching sessions to accommodate students who do not wish to attend the full course is made available.
  • Change in training of MMI Interviewers is inferred and course padded with significantly increased knowledge bank and strategies for content preparation.
  • Workshop structure modified to be more linear, based on 2017 feedback.
  • JTT guidebook revised to 2018 edition, with addition of 2017’s real MMI questions to the bank.


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Amazing! JTT cut the fat and taught us the techniques in an easy to follow and succinct way. I would definitely recommend this workshop to anyone doing the MMI.
Ahmed Sherif - 2016 Early Stream, Medical Student 2017 - Read the Full Testimonial
Never once did I feel I wasn’t benefitting… unlike a lot of other tutoring companies JTT provides really reasonable prices but with an amazing quality of service!
Victoria Cai
…the workshop exceeded my every expectation by a million miles.
JTT interview prep classes were a must attend… they really breakdown the daunting MMI into manageable sections, with a focus on maintaining individuality…
I was blown away right off the bat. No fluff, straight to the point, very content-dense.
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The very first time Justin spoke and introduced about the interview workshop series at the $2 donation workshop, I knew that he knew what he was doing. His clear, direct and efficient $2 workshop made me attend it two times in a row without any hesitation. Throughout the two days of the $2 workshop, my faith and anticipation for the workshop series grew. Yet even when I was applying for it, I didnt fully know the extent to which it would impact on not only preparing for my interview but also just to discover more about myself as a person

The interview workshop was an incomparable opportunity to expand on the key interview concepts and practice on our weaknesses as well as improving our strengths. Almost everything Justin told us and from every activity we did, I could write down something new that I had learnt from it. The workshop involved activities and discussions that were challenging as we had to think about diverse health-related situations and perspectives in a wider and more critical way. During and even after the interview workshop I had and still am having the invaluable experience of pushing myself out of my comfort zone to discover my deeper self in a way that I otherwise may not have been able to. As much as it was challenging, it was enjoyable and incredibly helpful to also listen to others responses to interview practice questions because it was a chance to understand another valid perspective which challenged or sometimes even consolidated my personal views and reasons. More importantly, Justins advice and tips are still resonating as I practice as he has taught me to teach myself.

I have gained so much more than I ever expected, and I feel that all I am missing now is simply practicing more on the steps that have been taught and built there already.

If this series of workshops isnt an efficient and amazing guide for the interview, I honestly dont know what is!

Just go to the interview workshop. Youre not going to regret it. We all want to crush the interviews but our high expectations to perform well often means we wait until the last minute to practice. At the workshop youll be constantly pushed slightly out of your comfort zone so that you dont plateau. After only a few hours youll be a different person. And it wont be by memorising a bunch of complex answer schemes or useless dribble. No, next time your grandmother asks you why you want to be a health care professional or when a mugger corners you and asks you about your stance on euthanasia youll ace that question because youll be better at human interactions in general.
Justin was great at really putting our minds at ease about the daunting aspect of the MMI. His advice is always straight to the point, and his methods of approaching each section are efficient. I also found the hands on practice and feedback really useful, it really helped to build my confidence and prepare me for what the real thing will be like. I highly recommend these work shops, they give you a better understanding of where to direct your practice, and what the interviewer is really looking for.
Attending Justin’s MMI workshop series was a very worthwhile and beneficial experience for me. Not only does he offer a fresh approach to the interview with a variety of guidelines, but he really encourages a heightened sense of conscience of ones inner self. The workshop exercises provoke deeper understanding of ones psyche through exploring the experiences and underlying morals/values, which is extremely relevant when it comes to crafting an interview answer that is both genuine and a true reflection of who you are. It was definitely a confidence booster-with plenty of practising sessions to put the theory into action and at the end of the day it left me smiling because I know exactly where I my weaknesses lie and what I must do to improve. Thus Recommend.