Jump to content
Premed 101 Forums

neuro9

Members
  • Content Count

    7
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About neuro9

  • Rank
    Newbie

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female

Recent Profile Visitors

123 profile views
  1. Accepted! IP (NB) GPA: 3.9 MCAT: 507 ECs: Volunteering, athletics, student groups, research, etc. Interviews: Went pretty well I think.
  2. neuro9

    Proof Of Citizenship/pr

    I wouldn't read too much into it. As NewbiePEI said, I think a lot of background checks happen at random. Just try not to stress too much waiting to hear! (I know that seems nearly impossible right now but there shouldn't be too much waiting left!!)
  3. neuro9

    More Nb Seats?

    Yeah I was thinking it'd probably be 2017-2018 or 2018-2019, but interesting! Hard to tell for sure if they're adding to the existing 30 seats or investing in residency spots!
  4. neuro9

    Proof Of Citizenship/pr

    I'm maritime as well. I remember filling out a residency section and am not sure if it was only for maritimers or all applicants. Did you fill out something like that initially? I wouldn't worry about it too much, if anything it could be a good thing that they're really looking into you!
  5. neuro9

    Proof Of Citizenship/pr

    Not here. Are you applying as a maritime applicant?
  6. neuro9

    How's Everyone Doing?

    Getting pretty anxious here too! The past few years it's been a Tuesday or Wednesday so I'm hoping we'll hear March 14-15, or at least by the end of that week!
  7. If any of you are following the "NB Docs" page on Facebook, there was a post a few weeks ago that makes it sound as though they're increasing the number of seats at Dal Med NB. I've copied and pasted the post below. Does anyone know anything about this? Am I interpreting it correctly? "We are pleased to see the Government of New Brunswick has prioritized health care in the new Provincial Budget for the upcoming year, and recognize the significance of the Canada-New Brunswick Health Accord in this. Specifically, we are pleased to see measures that will improve nursing homes in the province and increase the number of beds – both of which are extremely important in the country’s oldest province. We are also pleased to see the government plans to add six additional positions to train new doctors through Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick, which will help improve the situation of those New Brunswickers still without a family doctor and will improve recruitment of specialists and access to specialist care. In addition, we welcome the news that the government plans to improve mental health care in the province, and plans to expand the vaccination program for the human papilloma virus to include boys."
×