发信人: Steps2008 (Blueberry), 信区: MedicalCareer
标 题: Only one more iv to go
发信站: BBS 未名空间站 (Sat Jan 10 21:02:44 2009)
I just finished my home school iv yesterday, still one more to go next week.
The past month was hell. I clustered 14 of my ivs together, one after
another, so tired.
Some of my experience as what I can remember:
1. Interfaith NYC: All medical Qs,2 patient cases, will ask :"Are you ready
for pre-match or not" to start iv. >95% residents there are indian-looking
people. No lunch served.
2.Good Samaritan: Bad location. I did not like this program becasue I felt
they did not respect interviewees very much. Invited 20 people iv for one
position. Chief resident interviewed me without knowing what he should asked
for 3 mins on the beginning.People asked PC for faculty e-mail address for
thank-you e-mail, but PC did not give to anyone. Otherwise this program is
fine in terms of workload and fellowship placement.
3.Downtown NYC: No medical Qs. Ask for speaking Cantonese or not; they give
pre-match right after iv if they want you.
4.Sound shore: Nice location. No medical Qs. Will give pre-match. PD will
tell almost everyone if you think you fit in, just give me a call. I don't
know if this meaned pre-match or not.
5.Brookdale NYC: Big program just like lincoln but better location.Depends
on who interviewed you, there may be medical Qs. I had one faculty
interviewed me who only asked all medical Qs: medication for CHF/side
effects...Residents came from all over the world.Only saw male CMG there!?
6.Richmond NYC: Out of 17 interviewees there on my interview day, 7-8 were
CMGs. Clinical experience is very important for this program no matter how
many research experience you had. Resident there were very nice. May ask
Just write those for today, will write more later whenever I have time.
Good luck everyone.
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