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IM Interviews

Discussion in 'Clinical Rotations' started by Moony, Oct 27, 2001.

  1. Moony

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    Hi everyone,
    I am going to be attending my first set of interviews in a couple of days.There is one question which is really troubling me.
    During the interviews do they still ask you to describe some interesting case you have seen in medschool or on rotations.
    I am a foreign graduate and have been out of medschool about 2 years so I dont really remember any "interesting cases" in detail.I just recall the standard cases we had.
    So my question is how likely is it that I will be asked to present a case or outline one in the interview and if I am asked to do so how should I prepare for it, I mean what system etc should I choose.I have only 2 days left to go and so far only unusual case I could remember was one of full blown Tetanus and I have prepared that somewhat.Is this O.k.
    Please do guide me.
    Thanks
     
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