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  1. Hi everyone! I've been looking into the difference between applying to the French vs. English stream at Ottawa med. I understand that the French stream is less competitive so I was thinking of applying for that stream. French is not my first language but I can express myself well enough to make it through I believe. Has anyone who has studied English applied for the French stream and gotten an interview? How did things go and how strict are they with assessing your proficiency in writing/speaking? I would really appreciate any advice/help! Also, how important are extracurriculars with OttawaMed?
  2. Hi everyone! I've been looking into the difference between applying to the French vs. English stream at Ottawa med. I understand that the French stream is less competitive so I was thinking of applying for that stream. French is not my first language but I can express myself well enough to make it through I believe. Has anyone who has studied English applied for the French stream and gotten an interview? How did things go and how strict are they with assessing your proficiency in writing/speaking? I would really appreciate any advice/help! Also, how important are extracurriculars with OttawaMed?
  3. Hello everyone, I have received an invite for an interview in Ottawa. the problem is, my GPA is not very competitive, and to my knowledge, the selection criteria are based on an average of your GPA and interview performance 50/50. so due to my low gpa, i would have to perform perfectly in my interview to make sure I'm accepted this year (and it's highly important that I get in this year). so I need to have the most information possible (and corrections if my information above is wrong) regarding the selection process. and tips from applicants who made it or have been through the process. another thing i would really want to do is have information about private companies that provide panel interview training in French for Ottawa. so if anyone has any information please let me know. thank you so much
  4. Hi All! I am a current Medical Student at the University of Toronto's medical school. I received 3 Canadian and 2 US MD acceptances in 2017. I would like to promote the interview prep company that helped me get over the hump: Medvisors. I was a very poor interviewer and was very nervous about the process but their practice and personalized packages made a huge difference for me. I am now a consultant for them and I help other students with interview preparation. Their most unique and popular (and cost effective) service is the VIRTUAL MMI CIRCUIT that they offer... you have 6 stations with 6 different graders and they give you a personalized feedback form at the end too. As far as I know, no one else offers that kind of seamless online setup where you switch rooms etc. Free prep is also great but sometimes the interviewees are more focused on their own prep rather than giving quality feedback. Also, Medvisors consultants are experts and have interviewed at your school of choice! Visit medvisors.org for more!
  5. Hey everyone, I am starting a practice group for both panel and MMI in Ottawa. We will likely have our sessions at the Science Student Success Center at Carleton University (there's about 4-5 rooms we can use). If you are applying this year and want to get started on preparing for interviews, please either PM me, or email me at kashiro_kashiro@outlook.com and I will add you to the group. Best of luck to all of you!
  6. Hi everyone, With the MD/PhD interviews rolling out from all of the schools, I was just wondering how one prepares for an MD/PhD interview? I understand that there is an obvious component of knowing your own publications/involvements as well as knowing why you want to do an MD/PhD, but what about the MMI and the panel? Should applicants/interviewees prepare differently? There are also more diversity in the way different schools interview applicants and if there are any MD/PhD out there that have interviewed at multiple schools and could break down how each interviewed their applicants I'd really appreciate it! Thank you, BoopityBoop
  7. https://depts.washington.edu/bioethx/topics/index.html This website has short bioethics topics + cases at the end!
  8. https://depts.washington.edu/bioethx/topics/index.html These ethics topics are very helpful and short, with examples at the end!
  9. Just curious what interviewees can expect from the panel interview at western? I have done MMI's but not panel interviews and I am wondering what kind of questions they generally like to ask (tell me about yourself, why do you want to be a doctor, etc.)? Any advice is much appreciated!
  10. Curious if there have been any emails sent out that give any information about the interview besides the fact that it is MMI/panel format. UBC had a ton of info on their website and in their emails leading up to the interview.
  11. I have a Schulich interview and just wondering if there is anyone in Victoria willing to meet up and practice? Send me a PM if you are
  12. I have a Queens interview and just wondering if there is anyone in Victoria willing to meet up and practice? Send me a PM if you are
  13. I have interviewed at UBC and read a lot about how the MMI is conducted in general and at other schools like Mac, UBC, Calgary, but I cant find much info on what to expect from the Queens interview. Specifically, what kind of prompts do they like to ask in the MMI and what kind of questions does the panel throw at you (personal, ethical, etc.)? Any advice on this and/or how to prepare is much appreciated!
  14. Hi everyone, I hope all your interview preparations are going well. I'm currently a 2nd year med student at UBC. Awhile ago, after the faculty decided to matriculate me, I found myself with a large stash of notes from my own interview prep. It felt criminal to let all that go to waste so I decided to type some of it up. Of course, I then promptly forgot about the whole thing until recently when I found out that my page was getting an enormous of hits from I presume, anxious med applicants. So here's some tips/advice/case studies. When I was applying I found that the vast majority of information on the internet were either inaccurate, speculation or too anxiety-ridden to be reliable. The sieving process was unpleasant to say in the least and I don't wish the same fate on you guys. To the best of my knowledge, the information here is accurate and is borne largely from my own experiences applying. I'm not sure I would answer some of the questions the same way nowadays, but nevertheless, here it is. I hope this helps you during your prep. http://terriblemedstudent.blogspot.ca Best of luck. Ted
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