After your Pre-Medicine Committee reviewers have looked over your personal statement, list of experiences, and letters of recommendation, they will reach out to set up individual interviews. You will be interviewed by two different committee members. This will not only allow the reviewer to see your interview skills and abilities, but will also give you additional practice prior to the application cycle. You should take these interviews seriously and endeavor to prepare by reviewing your application materials, looking over medical school interview preparation recommendations, and practicing with friends, family, or other university professionals.
Career Exploration and Development at Kent State University offers mock interview services, which can be scheduled through KSUAdvising. There is more information about mock interviews available on their website.
You should consult with your interviewer(s) in advance to determine if they wish you to wear business/interview attire or if you can dress casually for your interview.