I'm an MS3 preparing to apply for orthopedic surgery residency. I get told all the time to be sure to ask "good" questions during surgeries/procedures but I don't really know what's good vs what's bad. Any specific examples of good Q's like, say, in trauma or hand cases? I feel like I just don't know so much I don't even know where to begin on what to specifically ask about. And I don't want to be the idiot that asks a question at a bad time during a procedure (yes I know just watch and read the room), but I feel like it can be hard to get a comment or question in especially when residents are there to learn to do the procedure and I'm just an extra person in the room. Sorry- I promise I'm not socially inept, I just feel a lot of pressure to come across as a good student and a good potential resident and I feel more passion for ortho than I do any other service by a long shot. Just want to do my best!