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  1. Littmann cardiology IV is most commonly used. Electronic ones are definitely better though. You buy your own steth. There is usually someone who organizes a group buy, but discounts aren't that great compared to what you can get from the littmann site or amazon.
  2. you can also apply through Alberta Student loans. The govt will cover your tuition + throw in a few thousand in grants if you're an Albertan resident
  3. lol in a few months we'll see another post titled "PSA: faking accents = med school admission" You've got this bro
  4. lol no one but the admissions committee knows. Would you believe me if I said 11:00am on Feb 1?
  5. I would just ask your post doc to give you the letter of reference. Just explain the situation to them and ask if they are comfortable or willing to provide a letter of reference for you. There is no reason why your PI would or should ever know about this. In the event you don't get in, the PI would be none the wiser. No harm, no foul.
  6. probably just a change in selection criteria. Less emphasis on GPA, more on EC + various interviews
  7. Can confirm that it's a black box. No one outside the admissions committee knows anything.
  8. @Sanctaphrax could you please post the link to Calgary unveiling video? Thanks! NVM i see it above
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