The Fuddled Medic is anxious, she is applying for jobs.
This involves answering question such as "think of a situation that you found yourself in where you were standing upside down on a ward round. How did you manage this situation, what were your priorities? How might you share what you have learnt with your colleagues, who like yourself often find themselves doing this? Now for a poorly written statement thats long winded that you cant really understand with a token bit of jargon in."
Yes MTAS is here.
This depresses the FM, she wants to be spending her evening learning about medicine, practicing examination skills, revising physiology, perhaps even looking up how to manage and deal with stuff that can KILL patients.
But no, its answering poorly written questions. Even spell checker hated it