Would a third or fourth-year medical student who corrected the diagnosis of an attending be well on his way to highest honors or well on his way to failing (assuming that ultimately the attending was incorrect and the student was correct)? Say for example a patient presented with some simple signs/symptoms that were indicative of some common condition (and that's what the attending concluded it was); but say the student saw something additional that was suggestive of something less common that the attending did not see (and the student ended up being correct). I know all attendings would be different on this matter. In general, though, how might it turn out? Has anyone had personal experience with this? What was the outcome?