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Hey guys, just finishing up my autobiographical sketch, and I had a few questions: 1. For awards/scholarships, did you put how much money they were for? Is this important? 2. For extracurricular activities, there doesn't seem to be a clear section where you can describe your roles/responsibilities in a club. As of now, I have brief descriptions of my role in the "Type of Activity/Level of Performance" section. Is this okay to do? 3. On some old threads, I've seen a few premeds on here say that in the responsibilities section, in addition to listing responsibilities, they listed what skills they learned/built (as they related to the CanMEDS competencies. What's the consensus on this? Do you think it will hurt or help with an application? 4. For current activities, when listing hours, did you make any statement indicating that they were ongoing or about how many hours you expect to have after this year? Or is it obvious given that it already says "ongoing" in the date section?
Hi guys and gals. I love you all. Also, is any of this actually usable on the OMSAS autobiographical sketch or is this just kindof random stuff they're not interested in? 1. Central Animal Facility (CAF) Training- a. C.A.F. Orientation b. Animal Handling/Euthanasia c. Clean/Vent Room Training d. Biohazard Level 2 Training e. UltraClean Training f. Endpoints - Monitoring and Records 2. Ethics Training for Research a. TCPS2: Course on Research Ethics b. McMaster Chart Review Research Ethics Tutorial 3. Internal Training, McMaster a. Biosafety Level 1, Workers b. Biosafety Level 2, Workers c. FHS Hospital Fire Safety d. FHS WHMIS Update e. FHS Code Awareness f. Fire Safety Training g. WHMIS Core h. Ergonomics i. Health and Safety Orientation Training j. Slips, Trips, and Falls k. Violence and Harassment Prevention
Hi, I'm filling out my OMSAS application right now, and I was wondering how do I differentiate between a Volunteer Activity and an EC? Where would being on student council, and on a conference organizing committee fall under? For both, I am technically volunteering my time... Thanks - I really appreciate it! Kevin