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  1. Offering virtual one on one sessions to review medical school and CARMS applications including personal letters, admission essays, personal activities and CV review. Experience as a previous medical school interviewer, reviewing CARMS Applications, and several years of experience with personal letter and application review for medical student and premedical students on both a formal and informal basis. Rate: $60/hour Email masterthemmi@gmail.com for more details and to book a free consultation, discounted rate for application review and interview coaching!
  2. CARMS Interview Coaching from a Resident Physician-$60/hour I am currently a second year resident physician with extensive experience in interview coaching, both for CARMS and medical school. I will be providing interview coaching for candidates who were unmatched in the first iteration of CARMS. I can hopefully provide you with practice, feedback and the confidence to match in the second iteration. One of my best friends in medical school went unmatched and it made me realize that an amazing candidate can have a bad string of interviews during a competitive year and end up unmatched aft
  3. Yes my apologies you are totally right, that info is from the Med/Lab Program. I did however call to clarify because interviewers were told it is a mix of both panel and MMI this year and this was confirmed by the MD Admissions office, hopefully that helps with your preparations!
  4. From calling MD Admissions: more information will be released 1-2 weeks prior to the interview. They confirmed it will be both MMI and panel!
  5. Second year resident here, my top tips for CARMS Prep: 1. Practice for the interview, either with a mentor, peer, friend, coach etc. I had such a wild mix of what I was asked in my interviews from standard panel personal questions, interacting with an actor, talking about my non-medical hobbies, to simulating an physical exam on a doll to generating a differential diagnosis. Sign up for the CMA Mock Interview sessions, practice personal questions, review your approach to the MMI, know the CANMEDs roles inside and out- then be able to have a personal example of a time you either exemplifie
  6. 6 years ago I applied to medical school for the first time and with the help of this forum I was accepted to my dream school. I am now a second year resident physician and I have had the privilege of serving as an MMI interviewer for the past 2 years and I wanted to pass along some advice to those of you who were in the same position as I was 6 years ago: 1. The key to success is practice. Some people will tell you you cannot prepare for the MMI, however as an interviewer I have seen how a lack of preparation can lead to a nervous, disorganized and poorly developed answer. You are not mea
  7. MMI Interview Prep and MMI Coaching from a Resident Physician-$60/hour I am currently a second year resident physician with extensive experience in MMI interviews, MMI question development and MMI Coaching. I remember how stressful medical school and CARMS interviews can be, so I wanted to create a coaching service that can help you excel in your interview and maximize your chances of being accepted to medical school! During my session I provide my students unique questions based on current events rather than using the pre-existing question other services use. I provide typed and verbal f
  8. Hello! Previous Interviewer for Meds school MMIs both in person and via Zoom last year: 1. On Zoom we only saw your top half, most men wore a suite with tie, most women wore a blazer with a blouse. Some people dressed more casually with just a nice sweater or top with simple accessories. A turtleneck and blazer sounds great! 2. I have 3a curly hair and wore it tied back from my face for my interview just because I know I would be tempted to touch it! You should absolutely NOT feel pressured to straighten or alter your natural hair- interviewers are told explicitly to not discriminat
  9. Hello! Previous Interviewer for Meds school MMIs both in person and via Zoom last year: 1. On Zoom we only saw your top half, most men wore a suite with tie, most women wore a blazer with a blouse. Some people dressed more casually with just a nice sweater or top with simple jewlery. 2. I personally have never given a red flag for clothing but in general avoid cleavage, tank tops, casual wear, crazy loud print or colors and see through material. 3. As long as it was professional, what you wore had zero impact on your score, wear what makes you feel comfortable and confident
  10. Looking to switch interview dates if possible Schools: Manitoba, Western Specialty: Pediatrics: Dates: Manitoba Peds Jan 22- looking for Jan 21 Western Peds Jan 24- looking for Jan 25 Thank you so much, happy holidays!
  11. Looking to switch interview dates if possible Manitoba Peds Jan 22- looking for Jan 21 Western Peds Jan 24- looking for Jan 25 UBC Peds Victoria/Vancouver Island Stream Jan 16- looking for any other date Thank you so much, happy holidays!
  12. Anatomical Pathology: Queens (Dec 3), Calgary (Dec 3), Alberta (Dec3), Western (Dec 4), Memorial (Dec 5), Laval (Dec 5), Toronto (Dec 6), McGill (Dec 6), UBC (Dec 6), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10), Ottawa (Dec 17) Anesthesiology: NOSM (Dec 7), Ottawa(Dec 8), Memorial(Dec 12), Western (Dec 12), Dalhousie (Dec 14), McMaster (Dec 17), Montreal (17dec), Queens (Dec 18) Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Alberta (Dec 4), UBC (Dec 13), Toronto (Dec 17),Ottawa (Dec 18
  13. Anatomical Pathology: Queens (Dec 3), Calgary (Dec 3), Alberta (Dec3), Western (Dec 4), Memorial (Dec 5), Laval (Dec 5), Toronto (Dec 6), McGill (Dec 6), UBC (Dec 6), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10) Anesthesiology: NOSM (Dec 7), Ottawa(Dec 8), Memorial(Dec 12), Western (Dec 12), Dalhousie (Dec 14) Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Alberta (Dec 4) UBC (Dec 13) Diagnostic Radiology: Saskatchewan (Nov 27), Queen's (Dec 5), McGill (Dec 7), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Calgary (Dec 7
  14. Anatomical Pathology: Queens (Dec 3), Calgary (Dec 3), Alberta (Dec 3), Western (Dec 4), Memorial (Dec 5), Laval (Dec 5), Toronto (Dec 6), McGill (Dec 6), UBC (Dec 6), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10) Anesthesiology: NOSM (Dec 7), Ottawa(Dec 8) Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Alberta (Dec 4) Diagnostic Radiology: Saskatchewan (Nov 27), Queen's (Dec 5), McGill (Dec 7), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Calgary (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10), UBC
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