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Monday, November 9, 2009

Medical School Interviews – The First Twelve Inches

To help you pull it all together on your interview day, etiquette experts have a simple rule to ensure you are looking your best. It’s the first 12 inches that matter most (head, hands, feet):

• Keep the cowlick under control
• Be clean-shaven
• Check the teeth for errant vegetable matter and lipstick

• Groom the nails short and clean
• Chipped nail polish is worse than none at all

• Polish the shoes (yes, I actually mean go out and buy real shoe polish and scrub those puppies ‘til they shine)
• For those color-blind guys out there – be sure your socks match☺
• For the ladies – be sure the panty hose or stockings don’t have runs

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