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Found 10 results

  1. CegepBoi

    VERL de McGill

    Bonjour! Je suis un collégien en dernière session qui a appliqué à McGill en pre-med (cote R>35) et j'ai quelques questions: Je me demandais combien de références minimum il est nécessaire de mettre dans le VERL qu'accompagne le CV. Dans le document d'information ils disent 4-5, mais vu que les CVs des cégépiens sont relativement plus courts que ceux qui détiennent un bac en raison des publications de recherches et des prix, je me demandais si il est possible d'en mettre moins. J'en ai plus que 5, mais cela revient à ma 2e question: y a-t-il des gens qui savent si ils contactent vraiment toutes les personnes? J'ai quelques bonnes références, mais les autres sont relativement peu bonnes et pourraient ne pas les intéresser. Merci!
  2. As an first year student, I've noticed that this is the time where many student start applying for summer research programs. However, as I'm currently planning to transfer schools next year and have to take some summer courses, I don't have the luxury to do the same. My question is what exactly do first and second year students generally have on their resume/CV when applying for such programs? As they generally tend to have minimal work or lab experiences, but they just put their ECs? Moreover, how much of the likelihood of finding a position is based off your GPA. I'm currently holding a 4.0 (based off of my marks so far and there aren't a lot), and have started some EC activities regarding indigenous health and the aging population. I'm also a member of a few clubs. Would I have to maintain my GPA and ECs the way that they are to would I have to add something else into the mix?
  3. KinderSurprise

    what awards to include on CV?

    Hi everyone, What awards does one include on the CV if you don't have any other than things like scholarship, deans list, first class with distinction? I feel these are not worth taking up the space as academics are judged separately and all of these are academic awards. Any input is appreciated. Thank you!
  4. medschoolapp

    Extracurriculars

    Hi! I know this might sound like a silly question but which Canadian medical schools focus the least on your extracurriculars?
  5. Instructions ask to make sure McGill Student ID appears on ALL the pages of CV. However, in the sample provided, it is only on the first page. Do I force McGill Student ID on Page 2 as well? It will mess up the format <<! Ensure your McGill identification number appears in the appropriate field on all pages>>
  6. Hi premed and predent, First of all, I'd like to congratulate you. If you're seeing this post, that means you're doing your best in taking steps to achieve your goal. Yes, it is extremely useful to have someone who already gone through the process to help you. This is why I'm here: I would like to help you with your application, CV, letter of intent, interview (traditional or MMI), and CASPer. My background: I'm a medical student in Quebec. I was also a dental student for 5 years (I'm actually a dentist now, but I'm not practicing dentistry because of medical school). I have a lot of experience in MMI, CV and letter of intent because of my previous application experience. I was also in the admission committee when I was a 3rd-year student. I have read many premeds' letters, CV, and practice MMI with them. I'm bilingual (English and French). I've already helped a few premed students, and I always have a lot of pleasure doing this service. I usually do Skype with my students, however I'm open to other alternatives. I only charge 45$ (Canadian) per hour, as I said I do this more because I enjoy doing it. (If I want money, I'd be working as a dentist now). PM me here, or send me an email: colegate17@gmail.com Best luck for your future endeavours. Dr. Y, DMD, MD Candidate
  7. Hi pre-med and pre-dental students, First of all, I'd like to congratulate you. If you're seeing this post, that means you're doing your best in taking steps to achieve your goal. Yes, it is extremely useful to have someone who already gone through the process to help you. This is why I'm here: I would like to help you with your application, CV, letter of intent, interview (traditional or MMI), and CASPer. My background: I'm a medical student in Quebec. I was also a dental student for the past 5 years. I'm actually a dentist now, but I'm not practicing dentistry because I'm attending a medical school. I have a lot of experience in MMI, CV and letter of intent because of my previous application experience. I was also in the admission committee when I was a 3rd-year student. I have read many premeds' letters, CV, and practice MMI with them. For the interviews (MMI and traditional), I usually spend the first 20-30 min giving my students some tips/tricks that they need to know (including different type of stations + systematic approach to deal with differents types of scenarios). And then we practice with mock interviews. At the end of each scenario, I give them my evaluation (there are specific criteria) and feedback/suggestions. I'm bilingual (English and French). I've already helped a few premed students, and I always have a lot of pleasure doing this service. I usually do Skype with my students, however I'm open to other alternatives. I only charge 45$ (Canadian) per hour. PM me here, or send me an email: dr.wu.dmd.md@outlook.com Best luck for your future endeavours. Dr. Wu, DMD, MD Candidate
  8. FutureDOC7890

    Cv Advice

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  9. Hi everyone! For anyone applying or have applied to the U of T MD/PhD program or who is/was a grad applicant, could anyone please provide any advice on how to format your academic CV? I know they posted guidelines, but I'm not sure if applicants should be following that exact layout. Alternatively, should we use our own CV format (e.g. add in our address, phone number like a traditional CV for the personal information section) and simply integrate the required headings? Thanks in advance!
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