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  1. This isn’t only found in rural settings, you also see this in urban. Everyone should always question what they’re taught and make efforts to stay current on their own.
  2. While there are fewer traumas that come in, there is proportionally fewer learners. You also won’t have RT or other supports, so you become quite proficient in the other tasks (draw your own ABG, monitor and change your own vent settings, resource allocation, etc.).
  3. They have your transcript. Since it’s too late to change it (?) I wouldn’t worry.
  4. This assumes that urban trained residents are being adequately prepared to work in a rural environment. I don’t think that is the case, and would be very resentful to a government that forced me to work in an environment I am neither comfortable in or trained in. I would be interested to know what the regulatory bodies had to say about the government forcing physicians to work outside of their education and “scope”... While we’re at it we might as well bring back the rotating internship year and general license, then the government could tell us what specialty we’re allowed to be each year.
  5. If you haven’t written the test yet: always answer every part of the question. If you have written the test: there is no sense worrying. You can’t change how you performed and will never receive feedback on how you did. If you need to write the test again in the future, answer all of the questions. Until that time comes, don’t worry about it.
  6. https://meds.queensu.ca/academics/undergraduate/prospective-students/applying/method-selection It’s not published.
  7. I can’t help but notice both you and the person you promote in your post were both last on the forum 13 hours ago. Seems like a funny coincidence. Unfortunately, your post presents like blatant self promotion under a pseudonym. Buyer beware for any premeds reading these threads, be careful who you give your money to. This extends to mcat and Casper prep, not just MMI.
  8. https://www.ualberta.ca/medicine/programs/md/applying/non-academic-requirements Under "Personal Activities" "As all activities are verified, you must provide us with the contact information for someone who can confirm the details you have provided for each activity. You should not be using yourself as a verifier."
  9. Now you’re just trying to get banned. For context (in case he edits his post), he changed GH0ST’s signature in the quote from “-G” to “-Gaylord” bye felicia
  10. Focus on school. Do fun things to stay sane. If you have time left over, do extra curricular stuff.
  11. Plenty of people get interviews and into medical school with far less. There is absolutely no harm in applying to see how you do. Pick activities that you enjoy. I wouldn’t take a gap year for fear your ECs aren’t enough. If you apply to med school and you get in: great, you’re done. If you don’t get in? Then you have a year to continue to build your application. You miss the shots you never take. Your GPA is good, and GPA is king. Goodluck.
  12. Holy cow this is way too early to be thinking about this.
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