I would love to pursue medicine but it's a very competitive course: you may pass the test then fail interview and vice versa. Can you please give advice to people considering on taking medicine?
Make yourself as appealing as possible before you apply - extra curriculars, volunteer work, work experience etc sell yourself in your personal statement and study hard for any tests you have to do, all the usual stuff.
Interview advice really depends on the type of interview you have to do, I had to do both panel and MMI for different universities and they are very different experiences. But mainly remember that most (although not all) interviews aren’t trying to test you intelligence. If you’ve got to the interview stage they know you’re smart, what they care about then is you as a person. So just be confident, smile a lot, be friendly to your interviewers and just be yourself because that’s what they want to see. And don’t try and lie and bluff your way out of hard questions, just admit you don’t know because the fastest way for them to drop you from consideration is if they see you as someone who lies or can’t admit to their own flaws or mistakes
Also if you do get in, just accept that your going to be running on stress, sleep deprivation and coffee for the rest of you life. You’ll love it, but it’s definitely a struggle!