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Table 1 Rating scale for internship preparedness: interns and their supervisors

From: Intern preparedness for the CanMEDS roles and the Dunning-Kruger effect: a survey

1 = not preparedInternI did not know how to do this/I did not feel prepared to do this, even with supervision
SupervisorThe interns appear not to know how to do this/do not seem prepared to do this, even with supervision
2 = a little preparedInternI was rather unsure of how to do this/I needed someone to guide me through the process
SupervisorThe interns seem rather unsure of how to do this/need someone to guide them through the process
3 = fairly well preparedInternI was fairly sure of my ability/I was willing to try with some help
SupervisorThe interns seem fairly sure of their ability/are willing to try with some help
4 = well preparedInternI felt that I knew how to do this/I could do this, but would have liked to have someone check my work
SupervisorThe interns seem to know how to do this/can do this, but still want someone to check their work
5 = fully preparedInternI knew how to do this really well/I felt able to do this well without any assistance
SupervisorThe interns know how to do this really well/are able to do this well without any assistance