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rombusempire

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  1. Hello all, I am an MD graduate who has: 1) extensive experience training students for MMI interviews for medical school, dental school, pharmacy school, and occupational therapy, USMLE step 2 CS as well as medical OSCEs. 2) worked for an online MMI prep company 3) very high success rate with students getting into their program (mostly into Canadian and Australian medical schools, and some non-medical American programs) *** What I am offering is not just brief tips and general strategies for the MMI, but full on training with the goal of getting you to the level of a medical sc
  2. I am an MD graduate who has: 1) extensive experience training students for MMI interviews for medical school, dental school, pharmacy school, and occupational therapy, USMLE step 2 CS as well as medical OSCEs. 2) worked for an online MMI prep company 3) very high success rate with students getting into their program (mostly into Canadian and Australian medical schools, and some non-medical American programs) *** What I am offering is not just brief tips and general strategies for the MMI, but full on training with the goal of getting you to the level of a medical school graduate
  3. I am an MD who has extensive experience tutoring pre-meds for MMI interviews as well as various medical school OSCEs and USMLE step 2 CS. Contact me if for free session if you need help with MMI interviews.
  4. I am waiting for the next year's residency application so in the meantime I can help with your MMI interview and personal autobiography (to make you really stand out). Ive been helping students with MMI prep ever since I passed my own MMI interview. When you get into med school, they will teach you how to think and approach problems very similarly to how you would answer those MMI questions (we call them OSCEs later). It is important to have some basic medical ethical and legal principles on hand, but that really isnt the core of what MMI is about --- it is about your way of thinking. To me,
  5. Ive tutored many students before, ever since I got into med school myself and everyone found it helpful. I know how they mark you, who marks you, and I have a compilation of many previously asked questions. You should know some basic ethical and legal principles but that isnt exactly what you are graded on --- the people interviewing you often arent in the medical/legal field themselves. I do this as a side job for bit of extra income and I dont charge 100+ per hour. Ive graduated and am waiting for next year's residency application round -- many of our clinical exams are basically the same a
  6. I'm a recent University of Queensland medical school graduate now I have returned to Vancouver, BC, Canada waiting for residency spot. I will conduct live 1on1 tutoring sessions in that area or if you are not in my area, I can do Skype. The 4 years of med have covered medical ethics, communication skills and medical law...but most importantly, how to approach any scenario with the most amount of perspectives by applying the vast information I have learnt; this will be the key to success in the clinical years in medicine as well. No background info = very difficult to form different perspec
  7. I have: Examcrackers Kaplan books - books, lessons from the class - printed extra practice questions *there is a LOT of material here and CANNOT be purchased from stores! The books here offer much more detail than the ones you get in stores and there are literally thousands of practice Qs. The price of the class was over $1500 Verbal reasoning 101 email poon.paul@hotmail.com
  8. That was a severe waste of 1 min of my life. I cannot beleive I actually waited a min before closing it; I was hoping it would be genuinely useful.
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