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  1. There's usually a little movement in June as well. And there's some final movement at the end of July for individuals that defer for other programs in the College of medicine (such as MBA). So my guess would be 5 more spots of movement.
  2. @Helpimscared There's almost defintely going to be atleast 5 more spots of movement. Best of luck!! Also, stats? If you don't mind me asking
  3. any updates? @Helpimscared @CoffeeandMedicine since you guys were 1st quartile
  4. I'd expect a decent amount of deferrement. Probably the best year to focus on research instead of having to do 1st year medicine online. Having more research in the bag is only going to help in the future anyways. Best of luck to everyone on the waitlist!
  5. City wise, they were both pretty similar. Similar restaurants, clubs and rec leagues at the universities.
  6. For what it's worth, I'm a 3rd year medical student (Regina campus) and i was in the same boat as most of you guys when picking the site. I ended up picking Regina because a lot of my friends in upper years had complained about not getting enough experience in Saskatoon. I was always around them since I had done my undergrad at the UofS and they were always stressing about their rotations. Now actually having seen both saskatoon and regina site, I have to agree that the Regina campus has things to offer that Saskatoon just can't. (There's nothing wrong with that but its just how it is based on the amount of residents and the amount of staff Saskatoon has compared to Regina) A lot of classmates here in Regina have similar things to say. Not to mention that we have our personal area in the hospital that we have access to 24/7 and also a mini gym that nobody else has access to. Let me know if you have any questions
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