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  1. Also those stats don't take into account the people who apply for IM and then get 0 interviews and can't even rank it as their first choice specialty as well as those who parallel plan with IM as a backup. So the real number is actually much higher than what we see here.
  2. Residency Program Matched to : Internal Medicine (2021 match cycle) Previously Unmatched: Yes (2020 match cycle - IM) Region: QC
  3. Hello fellow Premed101 people, Another CaRMS season has come and gone and I congratulate all of you who matched to their top choice residency programs! After years of sacrifice and hard-work, you have finally found the light at the end of the tunnel. It would seem that this finish line represents just the beginning of a new and exciting chapter in your lives! On the flip side, every year, there are incredible candidates who are not as lucky and don't end up matching to any residencies at all. Countless times, again and again, we see this unfortunate trend as some residency programs
  4. Please message me. You are not alone. There are many people who can help you overcome this. This is not the end!
  5. UWorld is an incredible learning resource but will break the bank (still worth every penny imo). People from last year told me that it's really over the top for the LMCC, which was very similar to the questions in Canada QBanks. I think if you're planning on writing both the LMCC/Step 2 CK back to back (as many choose to do), it is definitely a wise investment. If you're writing the exam in a month from now, it might not seem worth it to you because there's over 3800 questions in the bank and they really go into detail with their explanations. You might not have time to cover everything b
  6. These are the punchlines that give the email a negative connotation, especially if an email like this has not been sent out in previous years. It could also be the result of years of push from previous no match years telling their faculty that they are not receiving the support they deserve and this is a new way of respecting them. Would you be able to provide this email that way we can compare between the two?
  7. wow @bearded frog you really are the stats master of premed101 forums Thanks for this
  8. A random question popped into my mind today: Do approximate quota numbers for residency program positions ever change between the opening of a CaRMS season and match day? I'm guessing with reversions placed into the match algorithm this is how it would change?
  9. So that would mean that it's very easy for them to modify if ever a mistake is found right?
  10. IT IS DONE! OUR FATE IS SEALED FOREVER MWHAHAAHAHA Good luck everyone
  11. It all comes down to what YOU want to do in life. 1 year off to possibly have that chance to do exactly what you want to do isn't very long in the grand scheme of things when you have a career that will span over 30 years. Going unmatched will definitely provide you with more opportunities if you are proactive in finding them that will increase your chances for next year, especially if you don't have any red flags going in to begin with
  12. So does it basically come down to Letters of Reference and CV for the super competitive programs? I was specifically told that MSPR was highly valued for IM programs.
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