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  1. Effectivement j’avais pas pensé à ergo/physio/etc., my bad ahaha!
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  2. Aaah c'est dans cette optique-là. Ils pourraient donner plus d'explications alors parce que c'est vraiment pas clair et ça porte à confusion.
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  3. Plusieurs personnes avaient confirmé ceci avec les TGDE des programmes de santé avant d'appliquer, et on nous a tous confirmé que la seule façon dont ça pourrait affecter serait seulement au niveau du nombre de crédits, comme les crédits S/E ne seront pas comptabilisés dans notre nombre total de crédits obtenus (ex: si vous avez fait 62 crédits avant d'appliquer, mais que vous avez 12 crédits en S/E, ben guess what, vous avez seulement 50 crédits. Alors, si jamais vous appliquez dans un programme où ils demandent un minimum de 60 crédits de déjà faits, vous n'êtes pas admissible finalement).
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  4. Yes. Just do it imo. Depends what you mean though. If indeed it's a contract job with a fixed start and end date, then don't apply unless you know you can fulfill those dates. If it's just a job that's intended to be permanent until you leave, then by all means apply and then communicate that you've been accepted to medical school (which starts in Aug) sometime in late June or something. Gives them time to plan for a replacement
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  5. SERIOUSLY Seriously expecting really impressive outtakes! Understandably, some like yodelling!
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  6. You have a normal amount. Hard to not spend that amount without having parental support. You'll pay it off as staff even if it does feel far away.
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  7. DEMANDED Does every moment always need defining? Edward dithered.
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  8. L'impact que ça peut avoir sur l'admission c'est que en ce moment avec 11 crédits d'acquis contribuants à ta cote tu es considéré comme collégien puisque ça prend 12 crédits acquis contribuant à ta cote pour être considéré universitaire (15 à l'UdeS). Donc, si tu appliquais au 1e mars 2021 pour l'automne 2021 dans un programme contingenté (psycho par exemple), tu serais comparé aux collégiens et seule ta cote r serait utilisée pour évaluer ta candidature. Cependant, tu as le temps d'acquérir d'autres crédits d'ici ta prochaine demande possible en médecine soit le 1 novembre 2023, donc ça ne t'
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  9. Pas tout à fait. Ça n'affecte pas ton GPA, mais ça pourrait avoir un impact pour les admissions selon la FAÉCUM. On n'a malheureusement pas plus d'informations que ça.
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  10. Les agents d'admission ont déjà bel et bien confirmé que les crédits S/E ne comptent simplement pas dans ton dossier, donc non, ça ne va pas être "mal vu" comme ça n'a aucun impact sur ton dossier tout court.
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  11. GERMINATED Get every remaining man into normal activity today, Edward demanded.
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  12. EARRINGS Every arrangement Robert reached is not great, seriously.
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  14. I would guess that it will be tomorrow. Fingers crossed, and good luck!
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  16. Anyone else have any updates regarding when the email will be sent out?!?!
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  17. Everyone is getting stressed in this thread when there's no need. Regardless of interview applicant percentage of getting in, if you are lucky enough to even land an interview just give it your best shot. Everything is out of your hands, like a person above said, it's not a 30% chance of getting in as your pre interview score has a big effect too. So my advice is just take a breath and shoot your best shot.
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  18. je suis d'accord, je comprends pas. même si des gens fond des reprises après le 18 janv, ta cote r de février va le prendre en compte, c'est pas trop nice, on est supposé faire des CV, décider où l'on applique, etc...
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  19. I still think that the Canadian government should do something about this whole CaRMS thing because without enough funding whatever issues we currently have persist. It creates so much stress for med students, more so than in any other country I have heard of. I have also heard quite a few sad stories of applicants working so hard just to get matched to a specialty that they are not interested just to avoid being unmatched. CaRMS is just so stupid...
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  20. Ask the residents in the meet and greet sessions why their program or why they chose the program they did. Even though programs are very similar, you can talk about geography, demographics of the patient population, specific focuses/research in the department, facilities, any unique opportunities (ie. rural rotations, etc), specific people you would like to work with/learn from. Make sure to talk about any personal connections you might have with the city/province, if you have family there for instance. It does become generic, but its only generic to you who's reading every version. I per
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  21. Depending where you took your psyc classes and where you plan to do your second undergrad, they will appear differently in your transcript. If the psyc classes were taken in a different university, the classes will appear as Credited or Success on your transcript and they won't count toward your GPA. If the psyc classes were taken in the same university where you plan on doing your second undergrad, they will appear in your new transcript with a grade and they will count toward your GPA. Since you already have a first degree, you can apply whenever you want. ^^
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  22. As bearded frog mentioned, definitely not for mac (their interview invites are completely formulaic and stats-based), definitely not for Ottawa (tons of people in our class got in out of third year), Queen's and u of T I'm not sure but I know people who got interviews and/or acceptances at both out of third year so they definitely take third years, but I'm not sure if it affects you in the admissions process (although I doubt it). What I've generally heard is that being a third year can hurt you in the sense that you have one or more fewer years of experience/ECs, but they look at all app
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  23. For the most part, this is the first opportunity for the Panel to actually meet you, they know you fairly well on paper, however, they are able to obtain a sense of whom you are, of your personality and to gauge whether or not they feel you will be a good fit for the team. They may have preselected one or more candidates for the position, but a poor interview will assure these candidates won't be chosen. The interview is your opportunity to be genuine, to be authentic to whom you are, and by being comfortable in these surroundings, and simply being yourself and honest in your answers, you are
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  24. Many of us entered medicine to get away from H&E staining that we encountered in the labs. Not entirely surprising.
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