I was wondering if anyone else has gone through anything like this. I go to a med school where we have "Docents", a doctor who you are assigned to and who go to clinic with one half day a week. We also do one 2 month internal medicine rotation each of our last 3 years of med school. My docent is someone who is well liked because she is bubbly and outgoing. The problem comes with her playing favorites. I am the type of guy who is quiet and keeps to himself. Our doctor loves to pry into your life and know every detail, and I'm just not that type of guy. Also, she doesn't look at our clinical work; she barely knows how to use a computer, and has signed off on notes electronically which have no A/P on them. Luckily we are at an inner city hospital, so it's expected that we will lose money. It just seems that no matter how hard I try, she will always find SOMETHING to criticize. Im a senior now, and our last IM rotation proved my point to younger students who had heard me bitch about this. Everyday she would pick at my presentations, though if another student presented EXACTLY as I did she said nothing. One day, I nailed a transfer perfectly. She stands there quiet for a second, then proceeds to say my clothing looks out of whack and ADJUSTS MY COAT AND TIE ON ROUNDS. Are you serious?!?!? I've tried changing doctors, only to be told that since I'm so close to graduation, to suck it up. The fact that I'm complaining this close to graduation obviously doesnt show them how bad this situation is. We've already had one younger student transfer off because of similar issues, but I guess our med school cares more about our tuition than our educational experience. Has anyone else been through a crappy experience with a doctor in their med school? How did you deal with it?