So as most of us who are graduating this year are eagerly awaiting the results of the match, I wanted to post this question to current upper level residents and attendings. This thread pops up every year and I've found it to be helpful, but I wanted to get new insight and pearls of wisdom from those who have been there. 1. So what can we do to be good interns? 2. What makes a good or great intern in your opinion? 3. What do you "know now" that you wish you had known before you started? 4. What other insight would you like to give to those of us who are starting in July? The best advice I've gotten so far: Work hard, be honest, admit when you don't know something, and keep your relationships with family and friends as healthy as possible. Thanks so much!