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The 10 DO'S And DONT'S For Clinical Attachment in UK
by plab2005 - 15332 reads, based on 38 votes
Jobs in Uk are getting tougher. Clinical attachments are difficult to find. But when you do find a clinical attachment - How do you present yourself???... More

Some Tips for Post Plabbers
by Camden Plabber - 7218 reads, based on 11 votes
I am returning to this forum after almost 6 months. I was last here in June-July when I passed my PLAB2 exam. I just landed the Charing Cross Rotation and would be happy to share some tips which might be useful to fellow applicants. I see a few posts alluding to shortlistings for interviews. Well I know its a very frustrating process but trust me theres still light at the end of the tunnel, and Im speaking very realistically. During the past few weeks a number of colleagues, looking for jobs, have come to me requesting help with their CVs. Im very surprised at the quality of the CVs. Most CVs I have come across are very shoddy and extremely unprofessional and more like a statement of fact... More

10 rules for success in interviews
by sajida - 5725 reads, based on 6 votes
10 rules for success in interviews - 1. believe in yourself. If you have been shortlisted it means you have as good a chance as anhyone else shortlisted for the interview to get the job. 2. Sit and visualise - goign in for the interview, sitting well, maintaining good eye contact, answering the question to the point, finshing and gettng the job. Do this many times. 3. Stay relaxed. Tell yourself this is not the end or finale of anything. Breathe deeply as you wait to go in.... More

Spruce up your CV and interview skills
by tegs - 4309 reads, based on 4 votes
You can use many tricks and tips to improve both your CV presentation and interview performance. UK graduates may pick up some of these in medical school, but overseas doctors can be at a disadvantage as they may not know what CVs and interviews in Britain are really about. ... More

How to prepare your curriculum vitae
by RxPG - 6592 reads, based on 5 votes
A good curriculum vitae (CV) is essential for your successful progression up the professional ladder. As a student, you may need a CV to arrange a student elective or to find a house job. A good CV is also important for those who have completed an intercalated degree and would like to join a clinical course at another medical school, apply for a PhD course, or obtain a research scholarship. Its importance increases after you qualify. You will need to submit your CV for different purposes: your annual assessment; your application for a new job or a research grant; or joining a learned society. Your CV should be prepared to put you in the best possible light. ... More

How to perform well at interview in UK
by RxPG - 4079 reads, based on 2 votes
Sarah Burnett gives some tips on how to shine If your curriculum vitae has impressed the selectors1 the day will come when you have to attend for interview. The principles are not so different from those for the interviews you may have had to get into medical school, but for a job, your skills should be infinitely more sophisticated. Some people are born performers and relish the chance to show off their personal presentation skills, but for most the interview is at best intimidating and at worst terrifying. The best way both to deal with the anxiety and to improve your performance on the day is to be properly prepared. ... More

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