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Here's how my interview went at The Commonwealth Medical College (TCMC). First of all, I did all of my homework and research on the school while completing
During your 4th year of medical school, medical students apply to residency programs to continue their training as physicians in their chosen medical specialty.
One part of this process is to go on interviews at the residency programs you have applied to and are considering attending. Here's some questions one 4th year medical student was asked on his residency interviews:
"What's your favorite type of omelette?"
"Do you watch 'Vampire Diaries'?"
"What do you usually get at In-N-Out?"
"Have you been to MetroRock in Everette?"
"You hate pickles???"
This 4th year medical student was surprised because no one asked him on his residency interviews about why he wanted to go into pediatrics.
Today I'm going to share a conversation with my friend Peter who is a second year medical student at Rosalind Franklin Medical School. Get ready for a
So you want to be a doctor. Let's hope you're doing it for all the right reasons and not the money.
A doctor's average pay across all specialties is $185,900 while the plumber is $71,700. But the doctor has 11 extra years of school, huge student loans, etc.
The plumber ends up with $33,200 of spending money each year over his adult lifetime, while the doctor has only $33,700 of spending money over his adult lifetime.
This numbers were taken from an economist at Boston University who then urges pursue academics if you love hitting the books but not for the money.