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July 22
6. Did you know who was on the US or Canadian Board of Examiners before you met some of them at your oral exam? Did knowing or not knowing make any difference to you? Edit

  • ​​No, I did not know anyone. (D.E.)
  •  I did not know who was on the board of examiners and I think to me it didn’t make any difference. Examiners are very professional and scenarios are clear. Examiners has repeated the question several times for me upon my request so that I can answer them to the best of my knowledge and experience. (B.I.)
  • I did not know who was on the US Board of Examiners before I took the oral exam.  The examiners that I had were very professional and courteous throughout the process.  I do not think knowing or not knowing the examiners would make a difference on my performance on the oral exam.  I did, however, like not knowing my examiners because it felt like a clean slate, since they did not have any pre-conceived ideas about me.  I considered the oral exam like a new job interview, where it was my chance to impress the examiners with how I presented myself and how I responded to the questions. (K.N.)
  • No, and it did not make any difference. (M.M.)
  • I did not know my examiners. I think not knowing the examiners beforehand helped alleviate the stress of being examined by peers that I already knew. (J.)
  • I did not know the examiners and I don’t think knowing them would have made any difference in taking the exam. (H.E.)
  • I do believe that I may have met one of the individuals previously, through a mutual colleague.  However, that did not play into my speaking in the oral exam. (J.M.)​

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