D.C. Examiner’s office says the table for medical examiners is no longer up for public review.
But there’s a new table that the office is releasing now.
The examiner’s office said it’s part of a pilot program for the new examiners.
It’s an updated version of the examiners table that has been available for nearly a year, according to the examiner’s site.
The new table shows examiners with a doctorate from Georgetown University and a doctor from Duke University.
The table includes information about where the exam is being held, when the exam will be held, how many examiners will be attending the exam, and a summary of the medical evidence that is being presented.
The page also shows where the medical examiner’s lab is located, and the medical examiner’s office.
The lab has been redesigned to include a smaller computer, a microscope, a vacuum, and three more instruments to better prepare for the exam.
D.U. examiners say the new table helps them prepare better for the tests, and that it gives them more time to prepare for a difficult exam.
“I think it’s a really good addition, because we can be really good at the medical examination and not get a really bad grade or anything like that,” D.E. said.
The D.F. examiner said it is a great addition, but the new diagnostic tools could be more effective in future tests.
“There are going to be more and more people that have to get that done in a timely manner, and we want to do everything we can to prepare,” he said.
“It’s important for us to prepare to do the exam.”
The new exam table is being released to D.D.I. exam-seeking residents and applicants.
DMD examiners have been meeting for several months to review their exam preparation.
The exam will continue through the fall, with the final results due in December.