How to Ace Your Medical Residency Interview

For some medical students, the residency interview is the most frightening part of the application. However, interviews are not designed to be scary, especially if you’ve prepared thoroughly. If you brainstorm thoughtful questions, anticipate the answers you’ll be expected to provide, and spend plenty of time practicing, you’ll arrive at your interview relaxed and ready.(…)


How to Relax Before an Interview

Let’s face it, interviews are inherently stressful. When you feel anxious, your body releases stress hormones like epinephrine and cortisol, which can make it more difficult for you to think clearly and perform well in your interview.[1] There are a variety of things you can do to help yourself relax leading up to an interview,(…)


How to Interview Someone

Congratulations! Your boss just promoted you to be the manager for his company. His first task for you is to hire someone to take your former position. If you are having trouble figuring out how to hire that “perfect” person, here are some steps to help you prepare for interviewing the candidates. …By: dspitza Continue(…)

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