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examiners are so afraid of being prejudiced favourably by their sex they usually adopt towards them an undeserved sternness. But this girl had given care to her preparations for the examination. Her suit was neat but not smart; her hair tidy but not striking; she wore enough make-up to look attractive, and she was obviously practising, with some effort, a look of admiring submission to the male sex. I felt sure she would get through.
I sat alone irn the corner and fingered my tie. They always made the candidates arrive too early, and the coffee would delay them further. There was nothing to do except wait patiently and think about something well removed from the unpleasant quarter of an hour ahead, such as rugby or the lady student's legs. Suddenly the door was flung open and a wild-eyed youth strode in.
`It's not too bad!' he exclaimed breathlessly to the nonchalant fellow. The two apparently came from the same hospital.
`I had Sir Rollo Doggert and Stanley Smith,' he said with a touch of pride. This brought a nod of appreciation from all of us, as they were known as two of the toughest examiners in London.
'Doggert started off by asking me the signs and symptoms of pink disease,' he continued. `Luckily I knew that as I had happened to look it up last night.. .'
`Pink disease!' cried the worried man. `My God, I forgot about thatV
'So I saw at once the way to handle him was to talk manto-man, you know-none of this servile business, he much prefers to be stood up to. I reeled off pink disease and he said very good, my lad, very good.'
`Did he ask you anything else?' his friend said anxiously.

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`Oh yes. He said, supposing I was out golfing with a diabetic who collapsed at the third tee, what would I do? Well, I said.. .'
The visitor gave a description of his examination in detail, like the man who comes out of the dentist's surgery and insists on telling the occupants of the waiting-room his experiences on the excuse that none of the frightful things that can happen really hurt.
The raconteur was stopped short by the porter. He marshalled us into line outside the heavy door of the examination room. There was a faint ting of a bell inside. The door opened and he admitted us one at a time, directing each to a different table.

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