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Harvard School of Dental Medicine ASDA Online Mock Interview Program- First Come, First Serve!

The Harvard Chapter of the American Student Dental Association would like to announce that it will be launching a Mock Interview Program for pre-dental students for the Summer/Fall of 2020. This program is intended to prepare students who are applying to dental school in the current cycle for their interviews.

These mock interviews will be held virtually. Each pre-dental student (interviewee) will be matched one-on-one with a current student at Harvard School of Dental Medicine (interviewer). Once you have been matched, we will send you your interviewer’s name and contact information. You will then be responsible for reaching out to them so you both can find a time (ideally anytime from July-October) to meet virtually through Zoom, Facetime, Google Hangouts etc. The mock interview should last no longer than 30 minutes and will conclude with an additional 5-10 minutes of feedback from the HSDM student.

This program is open to all pre-dental students. However, first priority will be given to pre-dental students who have submitted/are planning to submit their application this cycle (2020-2021).

Spots are limited, so participants will be chosen on a first come first served basis. To participate, please fill out this survey (closes on August 3rd 2020):


This is meant to be a low-pressure, low-stakes opportunity to practice for your real dental school interviews. HSDM  does not communicate with any admissions committees from any dental schools whatsoever, including HSDM. However, preparing adequately for the mock interview will allow you to take away the most from this experience and help you better understand what aspects of the interview could be improved. Specific information on how best to prepare will be sent in a follow-up email once you are matched with an interviewer.

Please reach out to us at asda.at.harvard@gmail.com with any questions or concerns.

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