SJBSM uses the Multiple Mini Interview (MMI) format that consist in a series of short structured interactions between the candidate and several different trained interviewers that reduces the chance that interviewer bias affects scoring. The interview is used to assess non-cognitive qualities such as: cultural sensitivity, maturity, teamwork, empathy, reliability and communication skills. Because the questions are situational, there are no right or wrong answers. Rather, each assessment focuses on your decision-making, critical-thinking, and communication skills as they relate to healthcare and social issues. Interviewers are evaluating your thought process and your ability to improvise.