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SunAndMoon last won the day on January 16 2018

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  1. Go to UofT if you want to match to UofT dude. You will have more opportunities to build relationships with staff/residents you will be able to see much more frequently. The weeks you lose in elective time you regain through that + core rotations.
  2. How much time did you lose? I think this should be considered in your evaluation. Think about whether you should contact admissions regarding this issue.
  3. Yeah of course, but that may mean having to study hard enough to get 90s (sometimes/often more). If it comes easy to you by all means go for it, it won't hurt. But it's not a bad idea to spend the extra hours on building a good CV, shadowing and figuring out what you wanna do, or even just taking it easy,
  4. It does not matter for residency purposes, your time is better spent elsewhere
  5. Yeah dude you really need to disclose both so that was a really bad move :/ Why didn't you?
  6. if you've taken a good introductory bioethics class, there's not much doing right will bring you in the context of casper/mmi
  7. There have been a non-negligible amount of students at McGill who completed a law degree or practiced law prior to medicine. I believe @la marzocco is one of them and can maybe give you some advice!
  8. Yeah it's out of date! The advisors on this list are theoreeically supposed to be the most up to date and knowledgeable on the offers you're eligible too. But of course always check here too Feel free to switch and just let them know that you weren't confident in your previous advisor given the several discrepancies you noticed. These ones are supposed to know their stuff.
  9. Contact someone on this list https://www.scotiabank.com/ca/common/pdf/personal_banking/Scotiabank_SPSP_representative_English.pdf
  10. No strawman. Doesn't it sound ridiculous to be an engaged citizen on a particular issue yet vote against its interests to further your own individual ones? Isn't it a betrayal to the cause you supposedly believe in or the people you've committed yourself to help? You can rationalize it by saying voting has little impact, yet you still find some spare energy to waste by casting your ballot according to your own personal interests only. Good for you on agreeing with your war zone refugee partner about the effectiveness of voting. Why you would bring them up I don't know, but I'm not really
  11. I really think this argument is laughable. You can't go and volunteer at some refugee-oriented organization and vote for a party that wants them deported at the same time. You just can't. Early in my training, not as early in life... I obviously don't agree with everything the liberals and NDP propose. I vote based on impact on the most vulnerable. I don't come from a very well-off background and I'm content with the salary I will be making, because it'll be much more than anything my parents ever made, pay cut or not, and I think that perspective is an important one to have. I agree
  12. Is that why I said that they don't believe in anything? Because they don't vote the way I want them to? What I said is that they don't vote according to their own beliefs, which indicates that they don't really care much about those beliefs. I stand by that. Donating a few dollars to ease one's conscience won't really change that.
  13. Yeah you don't actually believe in anything, I just want to make sure you're aware of that and accept that fact.
  14. ?????? you realize their "beliefs" impact policymaking, right? That's ok to you, as long as you know you don't hate the gays, the brown neighbors and you have some sense of assurance that lifestyle won't be potentially threatened?
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    Apply to schools that will take into account extenuating circumstances
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