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  1. I was wondering about this too! The offer letter doesn’t really say we have to send anything soon, just that we acknowledge to comply to immunization requirements. Hopefully they send us more information soon.
  2. First of all, thank you for your service! Also, did you do the DOTP route?
  3. That is true; it’s not really the easiest decision to make as it has a lot of pros and cons. I’ll think about it more once I get into dentistry. For now I should worry about getting in first. One step at a time, right? Thank you for your advice!
  4. Thank you for your answers, marwii. I appreciate it. Cheers!
  5. Hello marwii, thank you for your response. It’s good to hear answers from someone who’s gone through the process. Becuase you applied in your second year, did they pay for your D1 tuition and fees or do they only start covering costs from the year you got in and onwards? Also, odd question but is it necessary that one needs to know how to swim to be considered in the program?
  6. (1) What is the process of applying for the DOTP like and how competitive is it to get in (academically and physically)? (2) Is it possible to apply for the DOTP during your second or third year of dental school? (3) I feel like I would like working for the Canadian Forces as I always have had a knack for adventure, but if I had to end my contract earlier (e.g. if I wanted to open a private practice even before my obligatory service ends), how huge will the penalty be? (4) I know it helps to be bilingual but do the Forces still consider you if you only speak English?
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