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microwaveoven

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  1. As I progress more in my interview prep, I find myself sometimes getting detached, robotic, and weary in my answers when I try to adopt the cliche standard structures that med student friends encourage me to do. It just doesn't feel like I'm being myself when I try to do this. I consider myself a decent conversationalist IRL. Anyone else get in and just approach the interview very conversationally without the conventional intro, points, and conclusion structure? I interviewed last year and approached it very conversationally. I think I could've definitely done more to develop more fleshed out discussion points and I got an average interview in the end. I don't want to necessarily overstructure my responses and go the other way in coming off as too performative and not myself. Thanks for the insights! :)
  2. I'm down for Skype practice if there's one going on. Please feel free to msg me!
  3. I'm down for Skype practice if there's a group going on! Please feel free to msg me!
  4. I'm down for Skype practice if there's a group going on! Please feel free to msg me!
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