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  1. Login information to the portal was sent out at 12PM EST today. All of the schools you mentioned released their invites via that portal.
  2. Anatomical Pathology: Queens (Dec 3), Calgary (Dec 3), Alberta (Dec 3), Western (Dec 4), Memorial (Dec 5), Laval (Dec5), Toronto (Dec 6), McGill (Dec6), UBC (Dec 6), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10), Ottawa (Dec 17), Sherbrooke (Dec 18) Anesthesiology: NOSM (Dec 7), Ottawa(Dec 8), Memorial (Dec 12), Western (Dec 12), Dalhousie (Dec 14), McMaster (Dec 17), Montreal (17dec), Queens (Dec 18), Laval (dec 18), sask (dec 19), UBC (Dec 19), Calgary (Dec 2
  3. Anatomical Pathology: Queens (Dec 3), Calgary (Dec 3), Alberta (Dec3), Western (Dec 4), Memorial (Dec 5), Laval (Dec 5), Toronto (Dec 6), McGill (Dec 6), UBC (Dec 6), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10), Ottawa (Dec 17) Anesthesiology: NOSM (Dec 7), Ottawa(Dec 8), Memorial(Dec 12), Western (Dec 12), Dalhousie (Dec 14), McMaster (Dec 17), Montreal (17dec), Queens (Dec 18) Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Alberta (Dec 4), UBC (Dec 13), Toronto (Dec 17),Ottawa (Dec 18
  4. Anatomical Pathology: Queens (Dec 3), Calgary (Dec 3), Alberta (Dec3), Western (Dec 4), Memorial (Dec 5), Laval (Dec 5), Toronto (Dec 6), McGill (Dec 6), UBC (Dec 6), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10), Ottawa (Dec 17) Anesthesiology: NOSM (Dec 7), Ottawa(Dec 8), Memorial(Dec 12), Western (Dec 12), Dalhousie (Dec 14), McMaster (Dec 17) Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Alberta (Dec 4) UBC (Dec 13) Diagnostic Radiology: Saskatchewan (Nov 27), Queen's (Dec 5), McGill (D
  5. Anatomical Pathology: Queens (Dec 3), Calgary (Dec 3), Alberta (Dec3), Western (Dec 4), Memorial (Dec 5), Laval (Dec 5), Toronto (Dec 6), McGill (Dec 6), UBC (Dec 6), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10), Ottawa (Dec 17) Anesthesiology: NOSM (Dec 7), Ottawa(Dec 8), Memorial(Dec 12), Western (Dec 12), Dalhousie (Dec 14), McMaster (Dec 17) Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Alberta (Dec 4) UBC (Dec 13) Diagnostic Radiology: Saskatchewan (Nov 27), Queen's (Dec 5), McGill (D
  6. Anatomical Pathology: Queens (Dec 3), Calgary (Dec 3), Alberta (Dec 3), Western (Dec 4), Memorial (Dec 5), Laval (Dec 5), Toronto (Dec 6), McGill (Dec 6), UBC (Dec 6), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10) Anesthesiology: NOSM (Dec 7), Ottawa(Dec 8) Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Alberta (Dec 4) Diagnostic Radiology: Saskatchewan (Nov 27), Queen's (Dec 5), McGill (Dec 7), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Calgary (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10), UBC (Dec 10) Emergency Medicine: Fami
  7. Congrats to everyone accepted! This is a very exciting time. Take time to savour it. Use this summer! With UBC's new curriculum, it will be your second last one! To those rejected, keep your chins up. If not this year, then next or the year after. Best of luck going forward.
  8. No. It's all about your holistic application. Lacking in one category doesn't mean you'll be rejected.
  9. Obviously the more the better. Do you absolutely need 1000s? Probably not. But doing things that you've shown a long term commitment to and actually like will certainly help. If you've never done any volunteering, I'd imagine you'd have a tough time filling out the NAQ section.
  10. Good run, everyone. And to those who didn't quite make it in this year, being waitlisted means you were strong enough to be accepted. Re-apply and you'll get there. Don't give up!
  11. Keeping all the programs across the country on their toes is precisely the reason why Canadian medical schools have the excellent reputations they do. The Canadian accrediting bodies' frequent monitoring of all the schools ensures each and every one remains strong. Particularly when a new curriculum is put in place, recommendations, such as those published in the report, are essential to guaranteeing that all the students continue to receive a top-notch education. As UBC is also going through a curriculum renewal, I for one am glad that such new curricula are being monitored and will be ex
  12. McGill has a comparable policy. If you're in your 5th year and are already over 120 credits, only courses that you require for your program will count for credit and affect your GPA. Therefore, you can sign up for additional course and delay graduation if you wish, but those extra courses can't be used to boost your overall GPA. I imagine they're trying to avoid people tacking on an extra year of purely easy electives just to boost GPA. I should mention that a close friend of mine tried her utmost to circumvent this policy, using a lot of the methods Gohan mentioned, but was ultimately sto
  13. The key for me was to practice with people that I didn't know as well. I started out practicing with my best friends, which was fine, but I was able to largely predict the answers they would give. Once I started practicing with different people, I got to hear different answers I hadn't thought of and that was the major benefit for me. I think people have a misconception that to get in, you have to be perfect in your interview. I can honestly say not a single one of my interviews was perfect. They're just looking for the ability to consider different views and perspectives. Grand total I l
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