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  1. #YOLO

    Case study... on myself??

    lmao yall wild
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  3. Ironically that comment shows that you lack something personality wise.
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  4. The Holy Grail of Casper - TutorGOAT.pdf As someone who has benefited greatly from the premed 101 community in preparing for Casper (I’ve been offered interviews at Ottawa and McMaster two consecutive years in a row), I wanted to give back by sharing everything I learned from discussion with many successful applicants. Before I go into the details of what I learned, I want to HAMMER HOME the most important facts when it comes to preparing for this test. Be sure to read this first part to get the most out of the holy grail doc. 1. You can and WILL ace the Casper if you prepare prope
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  5. cotecc

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    https://www.sgu.edu/ time to apply here
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  6. Dr. Oetker

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    RIP. Your app is getting thrown out man. Get some sunscreen ready and start your Caribbean medical school application ASAP. Pretty sure you got blacklisted from OMSAS and CaRMS
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  7. No, I don't think so. Schools let you apply in third year with the understanding that if you are accepted, you leave undergrad to enter med. If your end goal is a career in medicine, it makes perfect sense you'd cut a comparatively useless Bsc short to get to med school.
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  8. Practical learning 100%, and focus on EM specific topics/readings.
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  10. Si tu veux rentrer directement après le cégep, ta seule option maintenant serait de viser une cote R de 36 cette session (dur, mais pas impossible, par experience personnelle! Il faut par contre que tu mettes beaucoup d’effort et que tu sois stratégique dans tes choix de cours/techniques d’étude/etc. Selon ce que j’ai remarqué, un 36 de cote R correspond généralement à environ 93-95 de moyenne à un cégep moyen, un peu plus bas si tu vas à un cégep avec des étudiants plus forts et un peu plus haut si tu vas à un cégep moins fort) et d’ensuite appliquer à ULaval, où tant que ta cote R est en hau
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  11. Volunteering is a bit harder now days but I work as a PT now and my clinic would still take volunteers. Although it may be more challenging, experience is still a major aspect of applications and I'd strongly recommend even reaching out to PT clinics around you and asking if they will allow you to volunteer. For your main question about how important specific physio experience is to just general, I'd say it's very important. My graduating class for PT at Western had no one that I knew of that didn't have a fair amount of specific physio experience. Applications, especially the written par
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  12. Tout dépend de ton programme à UdeM, mais je pense que tu devrais avoir des chances de rentrer avec un bon CASPer + une bonne note autobiographique
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  13. Nope you aren't missing anything! I got into mac and I had maybe... 150 hours of specific physio experience, around 200-300 of orthopaedic volunteer experience, + all the other stuff i said!
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  14. keipop

    Profil Particulier

    Pour être considéré, il faut que tu remplisses un Google Forms, propre à ta catégorie, aux admissions pour répondre à toutes leurs questions en lien avec le profil dans lequel tu déposes ta candidature (ex: si tu postules dans la catégorie “marché du travail” ils vont te poser des questions sur tes emplois, tes expériences et ta motivation d’étudier en médecine)! Après, ils vont vérifier tes réponses, et c’est à eux de décider si tu es admissible en tant que profil particulier — sinon, ta demande sera dans la catégorie universitaires réguliers
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  15. J'ai appelé l'admission il y a de cela à peu près une semaine et le monsieur qui m'a répondu m'a clairement affirmer hors de tout doute que la session d'automne 2020 ne comptera pas dans une admission pour des doctorats de premier cycle. Après pour être franc, Udem est plus instable que le gars dans Split donc je serait entièrement convaincu que quand ils le publieront sur leur site.
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  16. Hey, MUN student here. Other universities (such as Dal) have a nice numerical breakdown of the weight of each part of the application is towards your final application score. For MUN, the short answer is no, there is no numerical breakdown for each item, only the adcoms would know these numbers. Their website indicates they have a more holistic approach to evaluating your application, with an emphasis on well-rounded strong academics, CV, experiences/altruism being key for an interview invitation. See the averages on their website, and keep in mind the GPA/MCAT requirements will be more
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  17. Snobbbb. This guy needs to get off the forums and go meet people in real life that are not 4.0 premed students. People spend years refining skills just to get into med school. Other fly across the world to random places. Not everyone is going to be a strong candidate when they walk in. Since you study for years to get a good gpa/mcat and you spend days volunteering and researching, it makes sense to prep for the last step- MMI/CASPer. This is all part of the process of becoming a good health practitioner, and if you don’t have the perfect social skills to be a doc yet that’s fine. Yo
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  18. Hey Ezpz, I think you mean well, and your underlying message is sound, but there is some serious danger to your advice and you're completely missing the point of my post. Of course having deep, meaningful social experiences will enrich one's casper answers and allow them to approach the test confidently, but it doesn't automatically mean you'll be in the best position to do well on the test, and many of my friends with beaming personalities did not make it past the casper stage. To address your first point, I'm not advising a super fast typing speed, I'm advising the NECESSARY typing spe
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  19. ah shit, here we go again
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