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Remember everyone is in the same position. They will all be feeling the nerves to some extent. A bit of adrenaline does no harm, in fact it's a positive if you decide to use the surplus of energy positively.
Try and ENJOY the interview, don't view it as something to be afraid of, it's people asking you questions, nothing too threatening.
Best of luck. And I really do understand where you're coming from. I'm quite an introvert- and talking about myself is not my best skill. I could talk about ideas for hours, but not myself I hate appearing as if I'm bragging even though I know what's in my toolbox.
They did say at kings medicine and dentistry taster day that girls tend to appear under-confident, and guys appear arrogant.
I think the fact that your reading about significant medical developments is ok. But I'm more than just feeling the nerves, I'm terrified and i know I will start confusing myself once I am in the interview room and will not say what I have planned on saying. Is it really only 5 minutes in each station? I thought it would be more seeing as we have 4 stations and the whole interview lasts 30 minutes. I keep telling myself I should not be nervous but I am feeling more and more apprehensive as the time gets nearer to the interview.
I haven't read any journals, but I've been skimming recent significant medical developments in the news. I mean we only have 5 minutes at each station, they can't want much. Feeling the nerves yet? My heart skips a few beats every time I think of sitting in front of an interviewer.
On the 9th.
Best of luck.
How are you preparing?
Have you got an interview for the EMDP? 8th or 9th ?
Why thank you. I will take that as a compliment.