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  1. 23 points
    Anon1

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    Oh we're looking on the bright side alright...
  2. 14 points
    Birdy

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    Clusters of 2015 matriculants were called grapes because of our purple bags. You guys get to be busy bees! I think it’s nice. I’d have been happy with it. The colour is a dandelion yellow. Nice and rich. Dandelions thrive on any surface in any conditions no matter what you do to them. Maybe you guys can be like them.
  3. 11 points
    Air2222

    Backpack?

    Wednesday mid morning
  4. 11 points
    Fast_Layne

    Backpack?

    Psstt anyone who's attending the U of C orientation right now - If you could ask about when the backpack reveal is, the rest of Canada's class of 2024 would really appreciate it
  5. 9 points
    OP, you posted just this past April asking about whether you should mention your hobby for brewing beer in your med school apps/interviews... are you really in clerkship? Doesn't add up + sounds like BS to me lol.
  6. 9 points
    monocor

    Ma préparation au CASPer

    Mise en contexte : Les critères de mon année d'admission en médecine était ceux-ci : 50% CASPer / 50% Notes scolaires. La cote minimale universitaire était de 32,389, la cote moyenne 34,216 et ma cote était de 32,810. J'ai été placé sur la liste d'attente en 20-ish position, ce qui m'a valu une offre d'admission dans la première vague. Vu la faiblesse de ma cote, il est logique de croire que j'ai bien réussi le CASPer. Il est également à noter que c’était mon 3e CASPer. Préparation : J'ai commencé par lire l’information sur le site examencasper.com. La FAQ est pertinente, ainsi que la section ressource, où se trouve un webinaire d'un peu plus d'une heure que j'ai trouvé particulièrement instructif. Il est particulièrement intéressant de noter les valeurs de l’examen CASPer, qui sont la collaboration, la communication, l’empathie, l'équité, l'éthique, la motivation, la résolution de problème, le professionnalisme, la résilience et la conscience de soi. Ces valeurs sont ce qui se rapproche le plus de critères de correction, il faut donc laisser transparaître que nous possédons ces valeurs. Il est également pertinent de prendre en compte les valeurs de la Faculté de médecine d'ulaval, soit l'expertise clinique (non démontrable au CASPer), la communication, la collaboration, l'érudition, la promotion de la santé, le leadership et le professionnalisme. Les valeurs communes au CASPer et à la Faculté sont selon moi les plus essentielles. Il existe une agence anglaise de formation payante au test CASPer nommée **DELETED**. Je ne l'ai pas utilisé, vu que j’ai vu un peu partout que **DELETED** forme tous ses étudiants de la même façon et que ça parait lors de la correction quand un étudiant à utiliser **DELETED**. Par contre, cette agence donne d'excellents conseils de rédaction. Ce que j'ai fait, c'est d'utiliser les capsules gratuites sur Youtube de **DELETED**, qui donne la base d'une rédaction efficace, tout en nous permettant de conserver une spontanéité naturelle qui permet de différencier son CASPer des autres. **DELETED** apporte un point que je suis particulièrement d'accord, qui est de rester sans jugement et de ne rien prendre pour acquis dans les situations qui nous sont présentées. Précisément, j’ai écouté les capsules suivantes : « CASPer Test Prep : How to Prepare For and Ace Your CASPer Test », « 5 Official CASPer Questions and Our Expert Response », « 5 Pro Tips to Ace ANY CASPer Question & Scenario » et « 4 Things You Must Avoid On The CASPer Test » La chaîne YouTube est « **DELETED** Academic Consulting Inc. ». Il y a également des YouTubeurs qui peuvent être pertinents, j'ai notamment écouté la vidéo « My Top 5 Tips to CRUSH The CASPer » de Darius Med. Dans ma préparation, je me suis créé un document contenant une liste de qualité, de défauts, de forces et de faiblesses avec une mise en contexte et une explication de chacun, une situation problématique que j’ai rencontrée et ma réaction à cette situation, ma démarche de résolution de problème, une situation conflictuelle et ma réaction, une situation stressante et ma réaction, ma démarche complète de résolution de conflit (pour ça je suis retourné à la façon enseignée au primaire, elle est très efficace). J'ai aussi dressé une liste de priorité ainsi que les valeurs que j’ai à cœur. Finalement j’ai inscrit certaines expériences de vie pertinentes et le bénévolat que j’ai fait, afin de m’inspirer des réponses durant le test. J’ai appris les grandes lignes de ce document avant de commencer mon examen, afin de bien le connaître, car pendant l’examen il n’y pas de temps de le consulter. J'ai effectué les questions et les situations en exemple sur le site du CASPer et des questions du même format que j’ai trouvé sur internet, notamment celles de l'Université McMaster (pas sûr que ça soit cette uni ou une autre). Finalement tout le monde est différent. Certains s’attaquent au CASPer sans aucune préparation et réussissent, mais selon mon expérience et celle de mon entourage, ce sont des cas d'exception qui ont de bonnes cote R/CRU. Il n'y a pas d'étude à faire pour le CASPer mais une bonne préparation est essentielle, comme on se prépare avant de passer des entrevues. Ça termine donc ma préparation au CASPer. Si dans les prochaines années **DELETED** retire ses vidéos vous aurez juste à m'aviser, j’ai conservé dans mes notes l'essence de ce qui est dit dans les vidéos. Je ne l’ai pas inscrit par respect pour la propriété intellectuelle, car les vidéos sont disponibles en date de juillet 2020.
  7. 8 points
    MedGoldfish

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    By random number generator, inspired by Mac.
  8. 7 points
    Boater223

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    I was in your shoes for the past three cycles, seeing a lot of my friends get accepted and talk about how excited they are about this year's bag color, among many other exciting things about starting medical school. I felt disappointed and feel left out when I'd received my rejections, two of which post interview. To some, the bag shows how far people have come and overcome the rigors of the admissions process and view the bag as an achievement, along with things like the white coat ceremony / stethoscope ceremony, as a small welcome to the medical community. Others don't consider it much of anything, just a free bag and it gathers dust in their closet at home. I think you should recognize that to some it matters quite a bit, and can have considerable disappointment when the look isn't something they were hoping for, so it's completely legitimate for incoming medical students to express some disappointment. Everyone is entitled to their own opinions on a color, and should be free to voice that opinion. We're not discussing this on the pre-med section of the forums, this is the section for medical students. Furthermore, nobody is forcing you to read these discussions.
  9. 7 points
    Introduction Bonjour à tous, comme vous le savez il y a beaucoup d'incertitude et de spéculation quant aux CRU qui ont été calculées pour 2020 et le changement par rapport à 2019 et les années précédentes. Également, le programme de biochimie a toujours été considéré comme étant un des programmes donnant les meilleures CRU pour UdeM et un tremplin intéressant pour ceux désirant changer de programme. J'ai donc tâché de recueillir quelques conversion de GPA vers CRU au travers du forum et avec des personnes que je connais pour 2019 et 2020 afin d'avoir une meilleure idée de la force du programme de biochimie et d'en voir le changement entre les deux années. Résultats Voici l'étalon des cotes pour 2019. La colonne nom est le nom de la personne qui a mis l'information sur le forum. Pour les cases sans nom, c'est parce que l'information provient de personnes que je connais. La colonne bonus ajusté indique si le bonus de 0,5 a été enlevé et à quel point j'en suis confiant. Pour les cases vertes c'est que je suis assez certain que le bonus est ajusté correctement, pour les jaunes j'en suis moins certain et les rouges c'est parce que je n'ai pas ajouté la valeur dans le graphique. J'ai également mis des exemples de notes pour un A+, A, A- et B+ avec la relation obtenue. Sur le graphique, on voit que la relation est linéaire avec un coefficient de détermination R2 assez bon de 0,995. Voici l'étalon des cotes pour 2020. Ici on peut voir sur le graphique que le coefficient de détermination est nettement moins bon avec un R2 de 0,8223. Ici, j'ai fait un tableau comparatif de 2019 et 2020 en fonction des notes. Également, j'ai fait un tableau pour estimer les notes nécessaire afin d'avoir une entrevue (bien qu'il n'y ait pas eu d'entrevue cette année) pour médecine. Discussion En 2019, biochimie était définitivement considéré comme un programme fort donnant prêt de 39 avec le bonus de 0,5 pour un 4,3 et plus de 37 pour un 4,0. La relation entre les conversion GPA vers CRU était également assez linéaire. Or en 2020, non seulement des GPA ont baissé dans l'ensemble d'environ 1,5 dans leur conversion en CRU, les CRU ne semblent plus suivre une relation aussi linéaire. Il serait peut-être possible que par exemple les personnes qui ont terminé le bacc ou qui ont repris des cours ne soient pas évalué de la même façon que ceux en cours de bacc (Cinnamxn qui a fait qu'une seule session a eu prêt de 2 de CRU de plus pour un GPA similaire qu'une personne qui complétait son baccalauréat en 2020). Conclusion Il serait intéressant d'avoir plus d'échantillons de 2020 en biochimie afin de voir s'il est possible d'expliquer ce qui fait en sorte que la relation n'est plus linéaire comme en 2019. Je crois que biochimie reste un programme correct si une personne veut s'en servir comme tremplin à l'UdeM surtout en considérant que d'autres baccalauréat semblent également ne plus donner d'aussi bonnes cotes.
  10. 7 points
    Synth1

    Everything online

    Wow, these posts are brutal. For others reading just remember that these views are not necessarily representative, especially as each site has their own staff/teachers etc. My experience: Our lab instructors were amazing and I wouldn't have learned nearly as much without attending, and student affairs has been fantastic when I needed them. I was never brushed off or simply given a book recommendation, and follow up occurred on multiple occasions.
  11. 7 points
    Got off Mac's PT waitlist today!! I received the email around 4pm
  12. 6 points
    dooogs

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    You know everybody is just joking right? Im sure 99% of people are truly grateful - it's just stuff to talk about while we wait for med to start
  13. 6 points
    TheFlyGuy

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    If the yellow is pretty deep/rich I could be on board, though it was second from the bottom on my list (above orange). Guess we'll have to see in person! Either way, #Team Bumblebee let's go. I'm just happy to have finally gotten into med lmao I'll take any free backpack they'll give me.
  14. 6 points
    Psych

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    I'm obsessively refreshing the cma insta page
  15. 6 points
    aeoaeoaeo

    Queens Waitlist Party 2020

    just got off the waitlist! - timestamp: 2:03pm
  16. 5 points
    Hellothere77

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    Maybe don't go on a thread about the bag colour if you're that bitter. This thread is specifically to get excited or talk shit about the bag colour. Do you think med students should never be allowed to complain about anything or be negative ever because there are people who didn't get in? Jeez
  17. 5 points
    youbesee

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    The only way to recover from this travesty is to ensure the next year gets the most hideous shade of NEON PINK
  18. 5 points
    MedicineLCS

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    Let's look on the bright side. The 2023/2022s were obviously very concerned about our safety and ensuring high visibility, and definitely not using this as a funny opportunity to make traffic light photos or take advantage of the opportunity to saddle the next year with the most outlandish colour they could. I'm sure the 2024/2023s will be similarly considerate next year.
  19. 5 points
    teeezyyy

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    I regret deferring from last year
  20. 5 points
    Pakoon

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    2022 - red 2023 - green If 2024s are yellow we'll make a traffic light!
  21. 5 points
    Training is finite, and your current rotation is temporary. This perspective is important regardless if you are a student or resident. You will not enjoy everything equally. It is not required or expected. You thought your IM experience would be one thing, but it turned out to be another. Your expectations of medicine are starting to hit up against some of the realities. This is normal. When things get difficult, it is helpful to keep in mind that most personal struggles boil down to one binary decision; you either keep going, or you quit. This might sound callous, but it is by far the most important decision to make, and the decision most people are actually wavering on in their minds, whether they realize it or not. You always have the option to do one or the other, so make the decision first, then you'll realize things get simpler after that initial mental hurdle. For the sake of discussion, let's say you keep going. Now make the next important distinction. What things do you have control over, and what are the things you don't? It is wasted effort and energy to worry about things you have little or no control over, such as which rotation you're on, who the attending is, how they act, etc. What you do control is your own work ethic, attitude, and response to criticism. This type of stoic reflection is helpful to peel the layers of a problem, and also for one's own mental health, but it is skipped by 90% of people.
  22. 5 points
    bruh

    Everything online

    While I appreciate that everything moving online has been feasible and even academically beneficial to the 2023 class, it's important to also understand the difference in impact these changes have for the 2024 class. Most of us are actually not so concerned with the educational experience but more so the med school experience in general. This encompasses more than just taking in info and doing well on exams. I think I can speak for most, if not all, of the incoming students that this unprecedented shift to online curriculum will undoubtedly impact opportunities to make friends, socialize and enjoy fun med related events. It's something many of us have been waiting for many years to experience, and now we will not get it, at least for the first term. This is unique to the incoming students because upper year med students have all had the chance to participate in their orientation events, made friends, and built a support network- an authentic and welcoming transition into the medical community. It makes sense that after you have all adapted to this transition, you would welcome a shift to online curriculum; most people who are already in school are pretty happy that things moved online, so it's not surprising.
  23. 5 points
    Hey OP, While I feel your pain that you studied super hard and got the amazing grades you deserved, and it's super painful that you were showing how great you improved since early in undergrad, I think it's important to recognize your privilege that your life was minimally impacted by COVID-19 and you were able to study like usual. There are many students out there whose lives were completely flipped upside down by what's been going on. Whose loved ones got sick and passed away Whose loved ones were quarantined in a high risk area and anxiety was high But for the most, the financial impact of COVID-19 has been devastating. other students who lost their part-time jobs that they were using to make rent and afford their meals Other students whose family-run small business went under Others' whose family members lost their jobs It's a rough time out there so it's amazing and good on the medical schools for not punishing these students who are going through a hard time if their grades dropped in the midst of a global pandemic. Again, I feel your frustration and pain, but count your blessings.
  24. 5 points
    yeet9876

    Everything online

    I’m pretty dissapointed with the news of everything online since Ubc was getting my hopes up of there being more in person learning as we are expected to go to our sites... seems odd to me that I have to move to a new city to sit in my room all day :/ I hope they reconsider this!
  25. 4 points
    hbmed

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    https://www.cma.ca/welcome-medicine it varies school by school, but they have a list here of how each school is getting theirs
  26. 4 points
    xiphoid

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    Hey @LittleFrog - I understand that it can be frustrating seeing posts and threads from people who have been fortunate enough to get to where you're hoping and trying really really hard to get to. Medical school admissions is a tough process for most people, and we know that we're in a privileged position. With that being said, I don't think it's fair to insinuate that incoming (and current) medical students have no right to [lightheartedly] complain. There is a reason that there are different sections on premed101, targeted towards different demographics, and it would similarly be completely out of line for current med students with a lot of debt and no income to say residents and staff have no right to complain about salary and compensation because at least they're getting paid for example. Good luck with the upcoming cycle!
  27. 4 points
    SquirtleMD

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    LOVE the yellow! #teampissyellow finally won out this year! <3 Can’t wait to swarm campus with y’all
  28. 4 points
    hbmed

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    1) we're gonna look like bumblebees 2) can't wait for all the traffic light pics with the second and third years LOL
  29. 4 points
    coffeeandmed

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    I waited 4 years for a yellow backpack. I am devastated.
  30. 4 points
    meddent2018

    DMD suivi 2020

    Hello Nouveaux étudiants, vous pouvez aller chercher notre groupe fb pour la nouvelle cohorte "Intégrations DMD Ulaval 20-24" Écrivez à l'administratrice du groupe pour montrer une preuve d'admission et demandez à join! Vous serez admis au groupe lorsqu'on sera prêts à vous fournir les infos concernant la rentrée On est désolés que ça prenne autant de temps, mais avec la pandémie, c'est particulier. Partagez le mot avec vos amis de la cohorte!!! Merci
  31. 4 points
    Hey guys, I'm a Ontario Medical School graduate and a current first year resident in an Ontario program. Recently, there has been a lot of talk about inequity surrounding medical school admissions - from the companies charge extremely high prices to help students getting into medical school to previously free resources (e.g. Khan Academy) becoming less accessible through a paywall. Therefore, I decided to create a video series with a small team of mine in order to help guide premed students with important information, especially if they are planning on applying to Ontario Medical Schools. These 12 video lessons are completely free and available here: (playlist link in description of video) My goal is to create a means of making medical school applications accessible to all students applying! If you have any personal questions, feel free to message me. If you find these videos useful, please subscribe as I will continue making more videos based on FAQ I've heard throughout the years when I helped many of my friends get into medical school as well. Best of luck everyone!
  32. 4 points
    Just got my acceptance this afternoon! Stoked to meet y'all (virtually) in the fall OOP applicant, mountain lassie from BC. Finished undergrad before applying. Have worked in a handful of pharmacies for roughly five years. 2yr oGPA: 3.77 prereq GPA: 2.87. Shit the bed at the start of UG & did pretty trash in MICR, BIOL and PHGY. Took a handful of 300/400 level BCHM and PHAR courses to compensate. For those of you still waiting, I'm sorry if you feel anxious or stressed. I know it's easier said than done, but please don't lose hope. Best of luck to everyone here. Side note: I am wondering if anyone happens to have any pointers about the rental market for students in Edmonton (specifically, winter sublets or even month to month agreements). If you would like to DM me with any pointers I would be very grateful. Cheers
  33. 4 points
    Bambi

    Thoughts on med admissions companies?

    $20/hr does not sound unreasonable, however, for more than a decade I have been helping applicants on this Forum, as have others, pro bono - and I would not think of charging. I have chased those who have sought to charge our members away to the maximum of my ability as they were taking advantage of the vulnerable. It is unnecessary to pay for good advice.
  34. 4 points
    So I got my acceptance just now guys!! I’m so hype because I was the one who created this thread and I started wondering how sad it would to see you all get in and I end up not getting in myself!! I can get super in my head sometimes lol. -I did most of my pre-reqs at macewan and finished it up at u of a. I didn’t finish a degree before application. cgpa: 3.7 pre-req gpa: 3.8 -I’ve been working as a psych aide for 6 years at a local facility and have a nursing Diploma from out of country. This is such a dream and I can’t wait to ‘meet’ you all!! Lemme know if you have questions!
  35. 4 points
    Congrats! I am done 18 years of post secondary education...multiple degrees and a part degree in there... Happy to be done. I billed my first code and made 20 bucks before taxes today (it isn't my clinic day but I had a phone call to a parent to do and after 2 attempts with no answer earlier this week i finally got through!) Hurray for staffhood
  36. 4 points
    yeet9876

    Everything online

    I’m going to reach out to student affairs as I’m in a situation where I will be moving to my site, and I’m nervous to leave behind my support system and connections to be in my room all day. I hope in the least student affairs can offer me some support through this. I definitely encourage other people to do this too if they are in a similar situation! Maybe if more people reach out they will get a better understanding of how this affects us
  37. 4 points
    MedGoldfish

    Everything online

    press f for all the 2024s who don't have a girlfriend/boyfriend
  38. 4 points
    Got an offer off the waitlist for UofT PT, going to accept tomorrow. That should knock me off the Queen's PT waitlist and hopefully open up a spot! Best of luck.
  39. 4 points
    Aryanenzo

    Everything online

    It's likely completely out of their hands and must be a pain for them. It's probably health authorities and university's own rules, directives etc. that are preventing them from having more in person instructions. Given that OAS isn't even open yet, it must be quite a hectic time for them trying to figure this all out. I never thought in my life that if the day finally comes that I am attending medical school, it would be in front of my computer in my room. I'm grateful either way, but this is unexpected. Hopefully the winter semester will be in person. 2023s already had their winter AND summer AND fall semesters get screwed up and we may (hopefully) only have to endure one semester of this.
  40. 4 points
    Bruhmoment

    Everything online

    Honestly, I got to say as a 3rd year at UBC I find this decision quite strange, especially for distributed sites. Specifically regarding making students go to their sites for a handful of in person sessions throughout the year. There's many students that aren't from the cities that they'll be doing medical school in (especially oop applicants) that now have to go to brand new cities and basically do online school from home. Not only is it a huge waste of money for accommodation , you're not even getting a smidge of the typical med experience or have the chance for social interaction throughout the day. I wasn't living in my current site when I started medical school, and the transition to moving and starting medical school was hard enough as it was. If the situation due to covid calls for online classes then that should be understandable. But then adjust the curriculum to allow students to live where they want. When they changed our curriculum at the end of last year to go online , they let us return home as soon as the changes were made and they stated very clearly that we would get at least a 4 week notice to return back to our site if we needed to. Not sure why they're not treating you guys similarly.
  41. 4 points
    Bambi

    Leaving career for med

    I would think out of consideration to your employer, you want to give them Notice ASAP. There is absolutely no downside to you other than perhaps an awkward moment. I would simply tell them it was “a long shot” application as you did not want to live with any regrets and as it turned out, you won the lottery, but realize you are putting them in a difficult position. Tell them you will accommodate them in any way possible. I would have this conversation later in the week.
  42. 4 points
    Air2222

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    Apparently July 8 during u of c orientation
  43. 3 points
    teeezyyy

    MD Class of 2024 bag colour

    Looking at this makes me extra sad because I personally love every years backpack color except for ours
  44. 3 points
    I completely agree with the poster above. I also think it is immoral to intentionally charge students for these services, there are enormous barriers for poorer individuals being competitive for medical schools and these services make it worse.
  45. 3 points
    Except the people who get in with a really low GPA have unicorn ECs like the ones mentioned above, which you definitely don't. I don't mean to be rude, but people need to be realistic at some point. You have neither a good GPA or good ECs from what I could gather from this thread. You need to work on improving those instead of scouring the internet to find a loophole to apply.
  46. 3 points
    Sweet! À ce stade, je pense honnêtement que la LA des cégepiens pourrait aller dans les 420aines, même 430... un peu de mouvement pour les autres catégories aurait été nice par contre!
  47. 3 points
    Bruhmoment

    Everything online

    I'm sorry you had this experience:( I know of some people that didn't necessarily have the outcome they wanted with student affairs but I just want to say that for me that wasn't the case. They really went above and beyond to accommodate me. I'm not at vfmp so perhaps it's more of a site dependent thing but student affairs definitely checks up on us. We pretty much run into them in the hallway every day. I would still recommend reaching out !
  48. 3 points
    tea-otter

    MCAT cutoff

    I got an interview with a CP score of 125 this year. I can't imagine it will raise to 127 next year (fingers crossed it won't be upped to 126, either...).
  49. 3 points
    ShadesofCyan

    Everything online

    I was pretty crushed when I saw the email today. I feel very deflated at the idea of school online and now it seems that it will be almost completely online. Earlier emails we received made it seem like they would try to have as much of the program in person as possible. They told us we had to be at our site location... I don't know why. It seems very unfair and unnecessary to ask people to move to their site when everything is online. Moving is expensive and stressful at the best of times. I feel guilty for being sad as I know how lucky I am to have been accepted. From chatting with other future classmates today, I think many people are feeling very disheartened right now. This is not what we have been working towards and hoping for. Many of us were so excited to be able to shadow and get hands on experience and no one knows when this will happen. I think we all should allow ourselves to be a bit sad and disappointed if that is where we are at. I think that is valid. All of that being said, this is an extremely challenging time for UBC and for the Medical Program (and for the world). I do not envy UBC in trying to make this work and please all involved while following public health guidelines. I'm sure they didn't want to have everything online either. So I'm going to tell myself that this is not ideal AND this is not forever. We will have decades of amazing medical learning experiences ahead and this is just a bump in that road.
  50. 3 points
    premed72

    Rejected as 3rd year Undergrad

    Scrap the whole "time line" mentality. I personally fell victim to this and it stressed me out more than it should have. I often thought way too much about the future and hitting specific milestones at specific time periods of my life. The final result: absolutely nothing went to plan and ended up getting in 3 years after than I expected and it was a very choppy ride. Let things flow naturally and just put your next best foot forward. Looking back, I dont think I would have been ready for med school if I got in "earlier". I feel like this year was the true year I was meant to start the med journey. I gained new experiences along the way and I felt like I developed great skills that I cant wait to apply in medicine. Just keep doing things you enjoy, spend time with family and friends, maybe drink a couple beers every once and a while and everything will be fine. Wishing you best of luck!
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