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  1. Peds and OBGYN are both core rotations and a pretty popular specialty amongst med students. I don't think there would be a significant home school advantage at Mac (or any other school) for that, was mostly thinking more along the lines of plastics, ENT, urology for that
  2. What specialty are you interested in? I was under the impression there were only certain specialties where you don't need to be fluent in French
  3. Depends on what specialty you're interested in - if it's a small competitive program, I'd argue there is a homeschool advantage just due to you being able to network with the staff and do projects with them. If it's a medium-sized program like IM, home advantage may help due to being a familiar face but not to the extent where I would pick one school over another.
  4. The facebook group is run entirely by students! At this stage of medical training, admission admin have nothing to do with clinical training (and probably have better things to do than monitor the group) so I'm not sure what the incentive would be for students to lie. If you signed up for an MD buddy they should be able to provide you with a more private exchange as well :)
  5. interested in Toronto prep! are you downtown?
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