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  1. You should be fine - doesn't make a difference if you are first time or reapplicant, just make sure you have what the admissions committee are looking for and you're good! Good luck!
  2. It'll be a lot harder for you to come back to Canada to practice, best advice is just apply to schools in Canada if you want to practice in Canada.
  3. Understand the lab's priorities, show your interests and commitment to the lab, prepare types of questions they would ask and really understand the background of the lab and connections itself.
  4. Yes that is considered too late, try to aim for latest early July.
  5. Thank you for this guide! Really helpful
  6. Macbook! You can do a lot more and it's much easier to navigate around.
  7. They are similar in a way that it they are both a situtional judgement test, the MMI you have to do the interview in person whereas CASPer you can do in the comfort of your own home. I found this blog to be helpful when I was doing my CASPer: https://bemoacademicconsulting.com/blog/casper-test-prep-definitive-guide
  8. I've seen lots of students older than 30+ still continuing their medical education! As long as you're passionate it's perfectly fine!
  9. Thanks for starting this thread!
  10. Maybe try to increase GPA for doing repeat courses? A masters would help a bit but it varies with each school.
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