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  1. Hey everyone, I am looking for a dedicated MMI practice partner who is willing to practice with me once a week through Skype. Please PM if interested! Thanks
  2. Thanks for the response everyone, so as I understand it is better to just talk naturally along the lines of the principles without explicitly forcing these terms in. I will keep that in mind, thanks!
  3. Thanks for the clarification and reply, I appreciate it. To me, talking about autonomy seems alright because you can just say "to respect the patient's autonomy, we should ______" but I am having more difficulty incorporating the other ones like beneficence... is it alright to say "To follow the principle of beneficence and promote the best well-being of patient"? Or does that sound unnecessary? As well, do you think it inadvisable to say things like "The patient's autonomy is at conflict with the principle of non-maleficence. etc"? Would it hurt more to mention them or to not mention them at all? I do find that thinking through the principles helps my thought process but some people have mentioned that it might sound cheesy, so I am a bit conflicted. Thanks
  4. Hey everyone, I was wondering what everyone's thoughts are on mentioning the four pillars of medicine (beneficence, autonomy, etc..) I've heard varying opinions, some suggesting it is good to bring up these buzzwords, while others think it is unncessary and perhaps make you seem a bit more stiff/unnatural. What are everyone's thoughts on this?
  5. Hey everyone, Just like my title states, has anyone had experience with/heard anything about various MMI prep companies? (BeMo, Astroff, MedConsultants) Thanks!
  6. For anyone interested, Mcmaster requires no Bachelor’s degree of any sort
  7. @dehindu thanks, i just wasn't sure if they still needed a 3rd year degree of some sort at the least or if no degree was acceptable. i'll double check with the school
  8. Hi there, Does anyone know if Ontario med schools require a Bachelor degree as part of their conditional acceptance? If one does not graduate by the time they get an acceptance to med school (i.e. getting in 3rd year) will med schools accept this? Thanks
  9. Hi everyone, As the title says, I'm wondering if there are any med students who have gone through the MMI process and are willing to share any insights/tips on the MMI process. I would very much appreciate it, Thanks!
  10. Hey there, Is anyone interested in starting a small group at Western to practice for MMI? Or even just a partner to help each other prep for the interview? Please PM if you are interested or know of any small groups, as I would greatly appreciate the help! Thanks
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