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  1. Hi guys, I just got an offer from RBC bank that I can refer medical students or residents (up to 5) to open a RBC VIP account, and the student/resident and me will get 100$ each. Attached file is the details In French Contact me if interested. Dr. Wu, DMD, MD Candidate 2021 514-638-6329 littlejr1993@gmail.com
  2. Hi pre-med and pre-dental students, It is extremely useful to have someone who already gone through the process to help you. This is why I'm here: I would like to help you with your application, CV, letter of intent, interview (traditional or MMI), and CASPer. My background: I'm a medical student in Quebec. I was also a dental student for the past 5 years. I'm actually a dentist now, but I'm not practicing dentistry because I'm attending a medical school. I have a lot of experience in MMI, CV and letter of intent because of my previous application experience. I was also in the admission committee when I was a 3rd-year student. I have read many premeds' letters, CV, and practice MMI with them. For the interviews (MMI and traditional), I usually spend the first 20-30 min giving my students some tips/tricks that they need to know (including different type of stations + systematic approach to deal with different types of scenarios). And then we practice with mock interviews. At the end of each scenario, I give them my evaluation (there are specific criteria) and feedback/suggestions. I've already helped a few premed students, and I always have a lot of pleasure doing this service. I usually do Skype with my students, however, I'm open to other alternatives. I charge 55$ (Canadian) per hour. I'm bilingual (English and French). PM me here, or send me an email: dr.wu.dmd.md@outlook.com Best luck for your future endeavours. Dr. Wu, DMD, MD Candidate
  3. Hi pre-med and pre-dental students, First of all, I'd like to congratulate you. If you're seeing this post, that means you're doing your best in taking steps to achieve your goal. Yes, it is extremely useful to have someone who already gone through the process to help you. This is why I'm here: I would like to help you with your application, CV, letter of intent, interview (traditional or MMI), and CASPer. My background: I'm a medical student in Quebec. I was also a dental student for the past 5 years. I'm actually a dentist now, but I'm not practicing dentistry because I'm attending a medical school. I have a lot of experience in MMI, CV and letter of intent because of my previous application experience. I was also in the admission committee when I was a 3rd-year student. I have read many premeds' letters, CV, and practice MMI with them. For the interviews (MMI and traditional), I usually spend the first 20-30 min giving my students some tips/tricks that they need to know (including different type of stations + systematic approach to deal with differents types of scenarios). And then we practice with mock interviews. At the end of each scenario, I give them my evaluation (there are specific criteria) and feedback/suggestions. I'm bilingual (English and French). I've already helped a few premed students, and I always have a lot of pleasure doing this service. I usually do Skype with the students, however I'm open to other alternatives. I only charge 45$ (Canadian) per hour, or 35$/h (package of 4 hours) PM me here, or send me an email: dr.wu.dmd.md@outlook.com Best luck for your future endeavours. Dr. Wu, DMD, MD Candidate
  4. Je ai utilisé UWorld Qbank pour mon NBME CBSE. Oui ca coute cher, mais ca vaut vrm la peine. Les Qs sont difficiles et demandent des raisonnements (besoin de reflechir, pas juste memoriser des faits). Il y a aussi des explications tres clairs qui accompagnent chaque reponse.
  5. Pour les banques de questions, tu peux essayer le UWorld Qbank, ça va t'aider aussi pour step 1 si jamais ça t'intéresse de prendre cet examen plus tard.
  6. To answer your question, it's for oral and maxillofacial surgery.
  7. Hi pre-med and pre-dental students, First of all, I'd like to congratulate you. If you're seeing this post, that means you're doing your best in taking steps to achieve your goal. Yes, it is extremely useful to have someone who already gone through the process to help you. This is why I'm here: I would like to help you with your application, CV, letter of intent, interview (traditional or MMI), and CASPer. My background: I'm a medical student in Quebec. I was also a dental student for the past 5 years. I'm actually a dentist now, but I'm not practicing dentistry because I'm attending a medical school. I have a lot of experience in MMI, CV and letter of intent because of my previous application experience. I was also in the admission committee when I was a 3rd-year student. I have read many premeds' letters, CV, and practice MMI with them. For the interviews (MMI and traditional), I usually spend the first 20-30 min giving my students some tips/tricks that they need to know (including different type of stations + systematic approach to deal with differents types of scenarios). And then we practice with mock interviews. At the end of each scenario, I give them my evaluation (there are specific criteria) and feedback/suggestions. I'm bilingual (English and French). I've already helped a few premed students, and I always have a lot of pleasure doing this service. I usually do Skype with my students, however I'm open to other alternatives. I only charge 45$ (Canadian) per hour. PM me here, or send me an email: dr.wu.dmd.md@outlook.com Best luck for your future endeavours. Dr. Wu, DMD, MD Candidate
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    Réponses Médecine 2017

    Une autre question concernant le droit de scolarité: selon le website de ULaval, il semble que c'est approx 1500$ par session, alors 4500$ par année. Est-ce que ça reste de même pour les deux années (3eme et 4eme) en externat?
  9. 1030812

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    Ceux qui ont fait le pre-externat en 2 ans à ULaval, est-ce qu'il y a des sessions plus relaxes que d'autres? Est-ce que la deuxième année a plus de matière que la première année? Je vais devoir travailler pour dizaine de mois durant pre-externat, et je suis en train de décider mon horaire, c'est pour ça que je demande
  10. But the thing is that when you're filling the application form for gov bursary, it never asks you what is your previous income/saving, it only asks your income for the bursary year, so I'm wondering how do they even know your previous income. I'm not planning to become a dental surgeon. I'm currently a dental surgeon (dental surgeon = dentist) who wishes to become a maxillofacial surgeon. As you said having connections might be good, thanks for your advice. I will be at ULaval.
  11. Je ne suis pas présentement un résident en OMFS, je vais faire quatre ans de MD et appliquer en OMFS après recevoir mon MD.
  12. Thank you for your suggestion. I've used the LOC since my first year of dental school, and my debts are very heavy after 5 years of dental school. Dentistry is something that I enjoy doing, and I can make pretty good money at the same time. Btw I should be familiar with most of the pre-clerkship courses since I've already studied for USMLE step 1 two years ago. This is how I'm considering part-time job during med school.
  13. For you, did they reduce a lot your bursary because you worked previously? According to the formula on the website, it doesn't seem that they are actually looking at your saving from previous income, but they seem to only consider your income income received between January 1 and December 31 of the award year. (http://www.afe.gouv.qc.ca/en/loans-and-bursariesfull-time-studies/assessment/contribution/students-contribution/)
  14. Here is my situation: I'm planning to work as a dentist during my first two years in med school (pre-clerkship), and stop working during the 3rd and 4th years (clerkship) because clerkship's schedule will be much more demanding. I will apply to Quebec government bursary/loan program in the beginning of 3rd year. Do you think the government will take account the income I made before the award year. For example, if I make 40k during my first year, will the government be like "oh this guy made a lot of money during first year, and he should be able to pay for his 3rd year even though he is no longer working". Does the government take account the amount you made in the previous years to decide the amount of bursary given to you, or it only depends on your current year's income (from Jan 1 to Dec 31 of the award year)? I'd appreciate to hear from someone who had similar experience. Thanks.
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