IM is the specialty where I want to go eventually. Given that I got "lucky" to get IM as a first rotation - I'm going to probably suck big time. Any tips to what major mistakes to avoid - so at least I won't act like a complete idiot? How hard is IM - meaning does it has steepest learning curve out of all rotations given the broad range of diseases it deals with? Really wanted to do it as a mid-year rotation after I gain some patient or history taking skills, but it is what it is.