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  1. Last year I was tutored by a member in this community for my interview. I consider myself to be a weak interviewer, but I was able to secure admission to my top choice school in my desired campus location (London). I think our tutoring sessions played a large role in allowing me to accomplish this. To be honest the sessions are a little on the pricier side compared to things you can find elsewhere, but I think it's well worth it considering the quality you get. The community member was PHD2MD.
  2. You're basically promoting dogmatic centrism. Realize this isn't a particularly new or insightful outlook, just ask Neville Chamberlain. The correct answer in political discourse isn't always to compromise or find the middle ground.
  3. Fine ideology to have but the danger is you always assume things aren't black and white, when that's obviously not the case. Fact and fiction still exist, some things are true and some things aren't. Just because something is a hot topic today doesn't mean it's "grey", there are issues that we had settled 50 years ago that for one reason or another we have to once again consider in contention today. The key is to ask yourself why certain things are hot topics and certain things aren't. Why is the mainstream discussion always about things like immigrants/refugees and taking away "entitlements", and not about the excesses of the wealthy and the powerful. There's a reason for this.
  4. I don't know who called you trash but it wasn't me. This is a sensitive topic for me because I've seen so many people adversely affected by conservative policies that I've lost my patience. Economic opportunism does not absolve you of your responsibility in bringing into power people who will do serious harm if elected.
  5. What you're essentially saying is you're ok with making the lives of minorities a living hell as long as you get your tax cuts. That doesn't make you any better in my eyes.
  6. Thank you for having the courage to say this. I feel like so many conservatives consistently say racist things and believe in racist politicians/policies, and then get super offended when called racist. Ironically the group of people most prone to calling others "snowflakes" are the biggest snowflakes of all. Projection and all.
  7. "Dr. Dempsey admitted that between 1998 and 1999, and between 2001 and 2004, he entered into sexual and romantic relationships with the mothers of two of his patients while continuing to provide care and treatment to the patients. " that's a yikes from me dawg
  8. I have an opportunity to do observerships with a few radiologists in the London and Kitchener-Waterloo area, but given how busy school has been so far, I'm wondering if this would be a good use of my time? What sort of things would I be doing in a rads observership? Just going based on my pre-conceived notions, it seems like I'll mainly be sitting in a chair and watching a screen, and maybe get to watch a few procedures? I have a few radiologists in my family, so given that I already know I'm interested in the field, are there any other advantages I'm missing?
  9. Some of the Atlantic provinces are pretty good too, gets you IP status at Manitoba and Dalhousie depending on where you go.
  10. This would disqualify your 4th year from being used in your 2Y GPA calculation at Western.
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