Tilting in chess can be a frustrating and discouraging experience for chess players of all skill levels. However, by understanding the psychological and cognitive factors that contribute to it and by implementing strategies to prevent it, you can improve your game and enjoy playing chess more fully. Remember to take breaks, analyze each game carefully, manage your expectations, and approach each game with a positive and relaxed mindset.
Here is my review of RRR, and spoiler alert: I thoroughly enjoyed it, and the film moved me physically and emotionally.
As an international medical graduate (IMG), completing an elective, observership, or externship in the US can be a valuable experience for your medical residency application. Not only will it allow you to gain exposure to the US healthcare system, but it can also provide opportunities for networking and potential residency program connections. At least three…
Residency Training in India vs. the US: What Makes Them Different As a medical student in India, the decision was neither easy nor immediate when faced with the choice of pursuing a residency in India vs. abroad. After much thought and discussion with friends, colleagues, and family, I decided to pursue residency training in the…
While Artificial Intelligence will change the labor market, it will not take away people’s jobs. Instead, it will reshape the future of work and require people to integrate AI into their work.
There are several reasons why international medical graduates (IMGs) choose to migrate to the US for their residency training. The US is home to some of the world’s leading medical institutions and offers a wide range of specialties, making it an attractive destination for IMGs seeking to advance their careers. However, the process of securing a residency position in the US can be challenging, especially for IMGs. I wanted to share my experiences and lay a step-by-step manual for someone looking to pursue their residency training in the US.
The residency interview is an opportunity for the applicants to showcase their skills, knowledge, and personality to the program directors and faculty as part of the residency selection process. Following these tips can increase your chances of success during the residency application and interview season.
Every year, 38.6% of US citizen IMGs and 41.9% of non-US citizen IMGs fail to match into any specialty for residency. If you did not match into residency, it is natural to find yourself stranded, not knowing what to do next.