Prior to attending the interview, you should thoroughly review the company’s website to gain valuable information about the program.  If you have received a list of individuals with whom you will be interviewing, use the website to read about these individuals. This will enhance your ability to make “small talk” during the interview. 

Be sure to read any articles that your interviewers might have published.  It would be very wise to make contact with a resident who is already in the program.  Current residents are usually more than willing to give you priceless information about how the interview process will work, types of questions to expect, and other helpful hints.  Finally, as the saying  goes, “practice makes perfect.”  Know yourself, your CV, your accomplishments, and your goals.  Practice answering mock questions with peers so that you will be able to naturally articulate yourself during your interview.