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  1. The path to becoming a doctor is a lonesome and difficult process - but so is anything else worth pursuing so it's something you just need to accept if you want to pursue medicine. It might be helpful to make friends with people in your class to form study groups, so you have other people to draw motivation from and keep you on track for your studies. If you're lacking motivation, I would suggest either taking the time to reflect on your desire to become a doctor because it only gets harder from here, or scheduling time for yourself to recharge. Best of luck
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    I share this sentiment - the only person who can define good in this case would be you. It's better that you prefer something you like anyway because then you can reflect on it more honestly in interviews. That being said, if you mention passions or interests in your post, we might be able to help you better.
  3. June 1st just passed! Which program did you end up choosing and what was your rationale?
  4. Definitely League of Legends - I've been playing it for 7 years and have put in 2000+ hours on it. I've cut back a lot now, but I've had tons of fond memories with friends playing it despite its notoriously toxic community. What's a memory that makes you smile when look back upon it?
  5. I agree with much of the advice above. I would suggest visiting all the schools and choosing the one you feel like you would fit in the most because undergraduate reputation is not considered by med school admission committees. This is a choice that will stay with you for the next several years so make sure it is a good one. I currently go to Guelph and I regret not visiting every school before making a choice - I haven't adjusted well to the environment since coming. However, people are very supportive and friendly, and I was able to achieve a 3.93 GPA first year, without overworking myself - a feat that is not shared with my peers at UofT. I was able to juggle school with tons of extracurriculars and performing music.
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