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  1. Je voulais vous transmettre les réponses que j'ai obtenues de la part de l'UdeM : " Puisqu'il n'y aura pas de convocation aux entrevues, il n'y aura pas de confirmation comme telle, autrement que de ne pas recevoir d'avis de refus. Il n'y a pas de calendrier établi pour l'envoi des refus. Nous ne comptabilisons malheureusement pas ce type de données. Les dates des offres d'admission demeurent inchangées. "
    8 points
  2. April 3rd has finally come! It would be great if we could have our own thread for MED-P 2020. Feel free to share your thoughts/feelings/anxieties along and answer only the questions you’re comfortable with! Edit: ACCEPTED/WAITLISTED/ REJECTED INVITE/REGRET: CEGEP: TIME STAMP: CRC: FEELINGS ABOUT CASPER: OVERVIEW OF CV: best of luck to all of you ! *** For the terminology on Minerva: https://www.mcgill.ca/medadmissions/after-youve-applied/tracking-status-your-application further review required: interview invite reviewed decision
    3 points
  3. meddent2018

    DMD THREAD 2020

    Non probablement pas Comme qqn a dit plus haut, vous allez recevoir vos résultats 2 semaines en retard (fin avril plutôt que mi avril), et habituellement ulaval sort les réponses pour le dmd en mi-mai (quand ils doivent faire des entrevues), donc ça devrait pas changer pour ça !
    2 points
  4. I'm also stuck choosing between the two. From my research, this is what I have gathered: MAM Pros - Less busy and crowded. Less traffic than downtown Toronto. Like @FBCforreal mentioned, if you're not a fan of big cities like New York, Chicago, then MAM would be more suitable. - Tight-knit community. It seems that the MAM community is very close-knit and has a "high-school" social feel. You will get to know almost everyone and will get close with people easily. (This could be a con if you prefer not to recognize everyone you see when you walk down the hallway). -
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  5. its both anxiety and hope, potentially false hope but, we now know UBC is just a massive tease
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  6. med97

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  7. conditional knockout

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    Wow, this is exactly how i feel about my interview experience. Guess I’ll have to wait and see :p
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  8. Congrats!! I am happy for you! I don't think rscores are taken into account for the 2nd part? can anyone confirm??
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  9. D'après moi, la personne qui m'a répondu disait n'importe quoi. Ne te fie pas à ça. Je te laisse en juger: " Les délais de réponse sont difficiles à prévoir avec certitude car ils varient selon la session, le nombre de candidatures, etc. Généralement, les réponses en médecine sont données entre la mi avril et début mai. "
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  10. Surely it must be next week if they want to give us "considerable notice", and still pick off a waitlist before the May deadline.
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  11. Congrats! It's true that people with R score of 38-39 can bring your confidence down, but if you made it this far, that probably means that your casper went super well and that your CV was really good! But yeah, some people here have crazy CRC, it's almost scary.
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  12. INVITE/REGRET: further review required (I guess that's an invite?) CEGEP: Champlain Regional College-Lennoxville TIME STAMP: I checked at 9:00 am today CRC: 36.6 FEELINGS ABOUT CASPER: I am not really sure as to how well I did. I was able to get most of my answers in before the time went up, but still getting in your answers doesn't necessarily mean they were good haha. OVERVIEW OF CV: some volunteering, I worked as a préposé aux bénéficiaires and got some certificates for PDSB training and CPR. my awards/distinctions sections though was empty. overall, I don't really
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  13. Medd2020

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    I called Queen's when I submitted it (~3 weeks ago), and they mentioned that they have received it, although it did not show up on SOLUS. It still has not been updated on SOLUS so I think as long as you submitted on time you should be fine.
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  14. Ig I'll start then INVITE/REGRET: further review required ( so i think I got shortlisted? ) CEGEP: Marianopolis TIME STAMP: I checked at 11:15 after I woke up CRC: 37.3 FEELINGS ABOUT CASPER: Mediocre at best? I'm not sure to be honest, I tried to answer as honestly as I could, but time was ticking so a lot of my answers were incomplete OVERVIEW OF CV: volunteering experience, president of a club, tutor Wasn't expecting much to be honest and I'm kind of surprised I got an interview. A lot of my friends who got the mention "further review required" have CRC of
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  15. Je pense que la reponse au #8 répondra à ta 2eme question: https://medecine.umontreal.ca/etudes/doctorat-en-medecine/admission/foire-aux-questions/
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  16. Looking back at the last couple of years I think they should come out next week but that could be delayed because of covid.
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  17. Donc peut-être le formulaire de choix de campus servira de 'convocations' aux MEMs. Si on nous le demande c'est qu'on a pas été refusé aux MEMs... Pour connaître la CRU, le lien en haut spécifie qu'il faut être refusé du programme avant qu'ils nous la disent. Ca veut dire que si c'est ma première demande en médecine à U de M je ne peux pas connaître ma CRU?
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  18. coolcity

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    I just saw the confirmation at the end of the application portal. Hopefully that was it?
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  19. One attending wrote me a letter a week before the deadline but they were the ones offering it. I wouldn't ask for one less than 2 weeks before and ideally 4 weeks or so.
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  20. U of T has cancelled all visiting electives up to September 25th. Looks like they don't anticipate this being over for a long time. I honestly think away electives will play less of a role in this upcoming cycle. They can't penalize students for not having as many (or any) away electives or else they're not going to have many students to choose from. Everyone's in the same boat here.
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  21. Cutting it super close haha Best of luck!
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  22. Where’d you hear that? Edit: troll? lol
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  23. I’ve heard that some people got invites today. Can anybody whose gotten it shed some light as to when it is and anything else the email may have said?
    1 point
  24. Peut être qu'ils ne l'ont pas modifié car ils ne savent pas encore. Tout le monde qui a postulé à l'UdeM est supposé avoir déjà fait le casper. Ce pourquoi il n'y aura pas de convocation (ils l'ont dit à quelqu'un par courriel). Techniquement, ils pourraient déjà nous donner les réponses. Mais ils ne le font pas, parce qu'ils doivent avoir leurs raisons. On spécule effectivement. On peut donner notre point de vue, mais évitons de faire des affirmations. Attendons de voir
    1 point
  25. c'est écrit nul part. Les premières offres seront faites le mercredi 13 mai 2020 à partir de 16 h sur votre Centre étudiant. SVP, veuillez prendre note que les offres sortiront graduellement et non simultanément pour tous les candidats admissibles. où est-il marqué que MALGRÉ l'annulation des MEM la date reste la meme ?
    1 point
  26. City wise, they were both pretty similar. Similar restaurants, clubs and rec leagues at the universities.
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  27. 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
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  28. That would be unfair to students who did well prior to covid19 and are still doing well after covid19. Im still balancing school work with 2 jobs (one from home, the other essential) so I would MASSIVELY CHEESED. Well...there are online schools out there like Athatbasca where you can do a degree completely online.
    1 point
  29. Selon le site de la faculté de pharmacie, les collégiens et les universitaires auront leurs réponses à la mi-avril!
    1 point
  30. Explore

    Ulaval admission 2021

    Allo! Honnêtement, je pense que cette mesure vient "randomisé" l'admission en médecine à Ulaval. Comme c'est vrai que la cote R n'est pas le meilleur moyen d'évaluation et ne permet peut-être pas de réellement classer les candidats, mais c'est important de souligner que la cote R est la somme de 2 ans de travail, de 4 sessions et de 26 cours au minimum!!!! Ainsi c'est possible de foirer un cours, deux ou trois et de se rattraper et je pense que globalement sa donne un meilleur aperçu des capacité de performance d'une personne. Le Casper quant à lui ne dure que 90 minutes et il faut ajou
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  31. Dr.House

    Cru + Casper 50%50%

    Je vous souhaite bonne chance a tous dans ce processus de selection et je comprends tres bien l'inquietude et le stress qui vient avec. Bien que vous devez vous passer des MMI's/MEMs et maintenant devez faire face a un CASPer ou bien se contenter d'un CASPer fait il y a des mois de cela, je vous conseille de vous pratiquer, vous informer, lire afin de s'assurer de bien performer. Certains d'entre de vous on fait le CASPer pour un autre programe que celui de Medecine le prenant a la legere sachant qu'il vaudrait peut dans le processus d'admission, malheuresement, avec la COVID-19 l'importance d
    1 point
  32. Absolutely worth it! You have demonstrated a commitment to the North as an adult and I would think this will carry great weight. Good luck.
    1 point
  33. Their current policy is that you can only have one Pass/Fail grade per semester.
    1 point
  34. J'ai envoyé un email demandant cette question et j'attends leur réponse.
    1 point
  35. I've had a few of you PM me regarding interview advice for Schulich Dentistry. I thought it would be helpful to share my suggestions in this thread. @frettingThe interview is approximately 30 minutes and the interviewers will ask you roughly 7 questions, however this number can change depending on follow-up questions. There is no time limit per question. @Predentstudent1 I do not think it makes much sense to quantify how long a response should be. For some questions, you might have lots to say and for others not so much but what's more important is how you present that information. You c
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  36. Not yet, but I think mine might be coming very soon ...
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  37. western emailed back and said that the cut-off gpa is not available until the offers get sent out on may 29th...
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  38. Non non, il est bien écrit que les réponses sortiront le 13 mai malgré l'annulation des MEM.
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