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  1. I applied across the country to FM and did not do any FM electives at those schools. I do feel that I was competitive applicant; I had a number of FM involvements, research, committees, etc. I was able to get into my first choice!
  2. For this question, I wrote about what I envisioned my life to be like! What would be included or involved, what I planned to be doing in both personal and work life. I was honest (and perhaps naive!) but it worked for me.
  3. yeah, I was wondering the same thing... thought it was a bit strange for 11 seats to be free. just because big program with lots of seats? or undesirable? or.. not a good program???
  4. any possible chance that match results will be posted before Thursday at 12:00 noon? have they come out any earlier in the morning, for example, in the past? or is it always dead on?
  5. Just wondering.. where do you find the stats on unmatched seats? Thanks!
  6. haha you're right.. what I should have said was.. for the ladies, does everyone typically wear a suit? Pants or skirt and a blazer? Are dresses common?
  7. what is everyone wearing to their interviews? guess its time to buy a suit.. lol.
  8. I am from MUN! I have done many peds rotations and from what I can tell, they are a close group of residents who seem pretty happy and content with their positions at MUN. Through completing core clerkship at MUN, the peds faculty and staff are some of the nicest I have encountered. It is a very collegial and positive environment. Its not cut throat or competitive. The residents were always great with med students. If there was something to be disappointed in with NL, it would be the weather and likely not the residency program haha. That being said, I am not a peds resident. This is jus
  9. did people who applied to family medicine get all or most of their interviews?
  10. Interesting thoughts about Ottawa. I am from outside Ontario and did not complete an elective here (FM or otherwise). I'm really happy to have gotten one, but I know multiple great candidates who also did not receive one. In the invitation email, it does state that there are many applicants on their waiting list.
  11. any thoughts on competitiveness of U of T family medicine? do they offer interview invites to most applicants?
  12. Anatomical Pathology: Memorial, Ottawa, Queens, McGill, Calgary, Manitoba, Dalhousie, Western, TorontoAnesthesiology: NOSMCardiac Surgery:Dermatology:Diagnostic Radiology: McGillEmergency Medicine:Family Medicine: Laval, Sherbrooke, Montreal, U of TGeneral Surgery:Internal Medicine:Laboratory Medicine:Medical Biochemistry:Medical Genetics:Neurology: Manitoba, UBCNeurology-Pediatric: Calgary, UBCNeuropathology:Neurosurgery: UBC, ManitobaNuclear Medicine: SherbrookeObstetrics and Gynecology: MemorialOphtalmology:Orthopedic Surgery:Otolaryngology:Pediatrics:PHPM: UBCPlastic Surgery:PM&R:Psych
  13. Anatomical Pathology: Memorial, Ottawa, Queens, McGill Anesthesiology: NOSM Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Diagnostic Radiology: Emergency Medicine: Family Medicine: Laval, Sherbrooke, Montreal General Surgery: Internal Medicine: Laboratory Medicine: Medical Biochemistry: Medical Genetics: Neurology: Neurology-Pediatric: Calgary Neuropathology: Neurosurgery: UBC Obstetrics and Gynecology: Memorial Ophthalmology: Orthopedic Surgery: Otolaryngology: Pediatrics: PHPM: UBC Plastic Surgery: PM&R: Psychiatry: McMaster, Memorial Radiation Oncology:
  14. The MUN thread was always quiet.. Used to kill me when I was going through the cycle haha. The count down is on now, I suppose!
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