Live Mock PESCI Interview
Prepare for your upcoming PESCI with METC Institute’s Mock PESCI.
METC Institute’s Live PESCI Mock Interview (PESCI200) provides real life interview experience.
This one-hour practice PESCI with our doctors will enhance your understanding of the PESCI, provide you with real experience and help you to manage your time and expectations for when you take the real PESCI. Once the mock PESCI is completed, you will be provided with comprehensive feedback on your performance in a post-interview discussion with the interview panel to help you realise your potential for the big day!
This Live Mock PESCI Interview is highly specialised and prepares candidates for the high stakes PESCI (Pre-Employment Structured Clinical Interview). All mock PESCI interviews and feedback are prepared and conducted by Consultant-Level (Senior Medical Officer) specialist medical practitioners with a minimum of 10-years clinical experience in the Australian health sector.
The real life experience of the Live Mock PESCI Interview (PESCI200) provides candidates with the opportunity to build their confidence, assess themselves against the PESCI criteria, and be provided with comprehensive feedback on their performance by Consultant-Level (Senior Medical Officer) specialist medical practitioners. This mock interview is designed to place candidates at an advantageous position to attain a satisfactory outcome in the PESCI. Candidates who complete this mock PESCI will receive comprehensive, targeted feedback relating to their performance which will guide candidates in how best to prepare for their PESCI.
To browse the complete suite of PESCI interview preparation courses, view the PESCI section of our website.
To find out more about the Pre-Employment Structured Clinical Interview (PESCI) please visit the Medical Board of Australia website.
Live Mock PESCI Interview objectives
The overall Objective of the Live Mock PESCI Interview (PESCI200) is to provide doctors with the opportunity to experience a PESCI-style interview firsthand to assist in evaluating your performance against the PESCI assessment criteria, provide meaningful feedback on your performance, and help you to manage your expectations relating to the PESCI. The following clinical domains necessary for good clinical practice are assessed during a PESCI:
- Medical Interviewing Skills
- Physical Examination Skills
- Clinical Judgement
- Treatment / Advice
- Communication Skills
- Procedural Skills
- Familiarity with Social & Cultural Issues and Australian Language Idioms
Live Mock PESCI Interview structure
This interview is conducted in the same way as the real PESCI – it is conducted live by our interviewers who have pre-selected scenarios for the interview and may interrupt the candidate with questions relating to the candidate’s responses. This is followed by a post-interview feedback session which identifies areas which require improvement and suggestions for specific strategies to assist candidates in preparing for their upcoming PESCI.