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  1. June 6 from solus@queensu.ca with the subject line, "Queen's University Guide to Registration & Fees" But everything you need to know can probably be found here: http://www.queensu.ca/registrar/studentid and here: http://www.queensu.ca/registrar/resources/registration-guides
  2. Have you set-up your Queens email? You should have received an email there about sending in a photo for your student card
  3. I forgot to mention - vacuum sealed bags are your best friend! And I wouldn't bother bringing a winter coat...better to buy one while you're in Ontario to free up some luggage space
  4. Hey, congrats! I spent the past few years moving around the country, so I understand how stressful it can be. The fact that you're bringing mostly personal items will make it a lot less daunting. My advice is to start organizing your things early, and decide what is absolutely necessary to bring and what you can do without (or what you can buy in Kingston). Most airlines will charge you a reasonable amount for the first 2 checked bags, and a ridiculous amount for 3+ (not to mention what they charge you if your bag is overweight). So plan wisely! There are also other services available to move your things. Check out: - https://www.luggageforward.com/ - https://netparcel.com/home.action I also recommend looking into travel rewards credit cards (if you don't have one yet) - this will be handy for those trips back home Also, feel free to reach out to me if you have any other questions! Cheers and see you soon!!! =D
  5. Hey! I know I'm a little late to the discussion, but was wondering if you're still interested in practicing with someone in person? I recently found out that I have a mixed MMI/panel interview at Queen's on March 24! I'm really excited however, as I'm new to Calgary, I don't really have anyone to practice with. I don't imagine the MMI structure being vastly different between schools, so I think it would be helpful. I'm available weekday evenings and weekends! Let me know Thanks! And best of luck to everyone interviewing this round!
  6. Hey everyone, I recently found out that I have a mixed MMI/panel interview at Queen's on March 24! I'm really excited however, as I'm new to Calgary, I don't really have anyone to practice with. I know that U of Calgary also uses the MMI, and was wondering if anyone wanted to team up and practice together? I think it would be helpful to have a few practice rounds and some feedback before the big day. I'm available weekday evenings and weekends! Happy to meet on U of Calgary's campus, too. Let me know :) Thanks! And best of luck to everyone interviewing this round!
  7. Hey! I'm definitely interested. Just sent you a private message
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