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Preparing For My First Fellowship Interview

The farther I get in my training, the less anxious I feel about interviews. A little eustress is healthy and shows that the interview trail is indeed very important, but most of the typical, scripted interview answers of undergraduate days have been replaced by life experience.

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Finished With My Residency Interview Trail

My journey through the anesthesiology interview trail has been over for two weeks, and since then, I’ve been comparing each program’s pros and cons to help formulate the rank list I’ll submit by February 2013.

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Residency Interviews Easier Than Medical School Interviews

I’m well into my residency interview trail, and its become evident that these interviews are far less stressful than the medical school equivalents. The notion that I’m now interviewing for a job seemed foreboding at first, but the program directors and faculty members have been nothing but welcoming and excited …

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AppTips – Interview Day

So you’ve rushed to take your MCAT and prepare your personal statement, now you wait till applications open. Then you rush to submit your apps, then you wait to receive secondaries. Then you rush to finish the secondaries, then you wait to receive an interview invite. Then you get anxious, …

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