A different type of exam
The first time would-be doctors examined patients on their own is generally unforgettable. Some shake so violently when they approach the patient with their otoscopes that instructors feared an imminent lobotomy. Some are certain about the location of organs, but are stymied by the mechanics of hospital gowns and drapes. And a few are so polished and confident that they could be dropped midseason into Grey's Anatomy. And then there are some obvious things you hope don't get repeated like "I have to admit I have some butterflies"; "I've never felt anyone's liver"; "I'm so sorry! Are you all right?"