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Hello all,

Does everyone receive interview info package? Like schedule on interview day, lodging, program info etc? I have not received anything other than interview date. Should I email and ask for it? If yes, what exactly should I ask? I was about to book a room at nearby hotel and they said the hospital usually provides accommodation for Interviewees.

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Ask the coordinator if the interview date is coming up soon. They usually email a general breakdown of the interview day, links to the program website, etc. Ask where applicants usually stay since only some programs book your hotel. Some only provide a discount code. Some only provide recommendations. Some don't say anything.
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Hello all,

Does everyone receive interview info package? Like schedule on interview day, lodging, program info etc? I have not received anything other than interview date. Should I email and ask for it? If yes, what exactly should I ask? I was about to book a room at nearby hotel and they said the hospital usually provides accommodation for Interviewees.

Thanks in advance.
Try to ask program director or coordinator by mailing about it, it wont be a problem. If they provide accommodation during interview then try to contact them.
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