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Question Identification During the CS Exam

Hi all,
I'm going to be taking CS in the middle of August. I'm an AMG that graduated about 4 years ago......went into biotech etc. etc. Trying to go back now. Failed CS years ago. So onto my question. Back then I had my white coat and nice little medical student ID. Should I now get my own white coat with my name and "MD" after it?
I imagine they want some sort of identification as opposed to a plain white coat with nothing on it.
Any help would be very much appreciated. Thanks.
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I think you're supposed to wear a plain white coat... HTH!
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You are not allowed to identify yourself to the SPs, not printed on your white coat, not on your stethoscope, not even a University logo, nothing, all plain and unidentifiable.

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a white coat,if the logo is apparent they will give u a tape or anything else to hide it.good luck
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