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Monday, November 15, 2010

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):

• Hair clean and well-groomed
• Be clean-shaven
• Check nothing is stuck in your teeth

• Groom the nails short and clean
• No chipped nail polish

• Polish the shoes
• Guys - be sure your socks match
• Ladies – no runs in panty hose or stockings

Mock interview sessions are filling quickly. E-mail or call 415.939.5251 for a one-on-one practice session with a Harvard/Stanford MD and medical school admissions expert!

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