What do you need to know?
Read up on the CANMEDs roles so that you have an idea of what kind of skills are expected from you.
Don’t overanalyze statistics, you only need one spot and focusing on the numbers takes away from you doing your best.
Read up on ethical debates/medical news to accustom yourself with different types of issues and arguments and how to approach them.
How can you get in the zone?
Relaxation is key. It allows you to be yourself and let your uniqueness shine. Evaluators pick up on your nervousness, and they are not looking to trick you, but they are paying attention to how you act under pressure.
Don’t memorize a rehearsed speech because if you forget one word you’ll be even more nervous. Remember the key points you want to talk about and the order you want to present them and make it natural. After all, no one knows you better than yourself!
Nobody is perfect. It’s not about "what’s your greatest weakness” it’s about figuring out what steps you are taking to overcome your weaknesses.