Oh, I know. But it's close to my home. Now, I'll begin the interview.
This is a strange place for my interview, Mr. Osborne.
First question: What is your idea of a cardiologist?
Easy. Someone who specializes in and figures out how to cure problems that deal with the heart and/or blood vessels.
Now, just give me a summary of your education. Where you went to school, which certifications you got, etc.
First, I got my Bachelor's degree at John Hopkins University. Then I took the MCAT...
... And I got a 516!
I then attended the medical school we have at John Hopkins for 8 years, and got my M.D. I also had to take my USMLE Exams.
Then I did my residency training for 4 more years. Then, it took me 3 more years to complete my fellowship. And after that, I had to take the CDC Exam in order to officially be board certified in cardiology.