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  1. Exactly my scenario too! Anecdotally, I know a handful of RCSI graduates and students but know nobody who went to Australia for Medicine. And as "la marzocco" (I love their coffee) said, those 2018 CaRMS stats are making Ireland look much more attractive. They say that the lower matches in Australia are due to less students submitting an application and choosing to stay in Australia. Not sure if I should read that as more students are unable to get presentable stats to submit an application(due to weaker curriculum) or is it the Australian lifestyle and medicine pathway is more attractive.
  2. I didn't think of that option beforehand and now I'm not sure if I want to risk waiting another year. I'm in my late 20's and I'm also afraid of my 2016 MCAT score expiring soon. To be honest, I am not sure what requirement of DO school is compared to MDs and where to start researching which schools are good/compatible.
  3. Hi everyone! I am a Canadian graduate that got accepted into both graduate entry medicine program in University of Queensland (UQ) in Australia and Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) for this upcoming cycle. I was wondering if anyone has any advice on which one I school should I go to. I do want to come back to Canada (this is my last ditch effort with a 513 MCAT but a 124 in CARS and cGPA: 81%, Strong ECs [suicide prevention volunteer, special needs swimming head coach, volunteer science teacher, hospital volunteering], and research [1 publication as 2nd author and working in researc
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