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  1. School: Queen's Year (1 or 2): 1 Lecture delivery method: Online. Lots of self-directed learning (DILs) ; live zoom lectures + PBL/SGL Shadowing/clinic visits delivery method: Shadowing/observorships have been postponed until Jan 21' for first year pre-clerks. Second year pre-clerks are proceeding with observorships as usual. Clinician skills delivery method: Interviewing component taught online - P/E sessions done in person during red zone (see below) Anatomy labs are squeezed into a 5-week red zone (rip). Research delivery method: Not as familiar with this one, bu
  2. Hey Johnboy, incoming MS1 here. I'm also looking into MOTP. I need to get more concrete details from the recruiting folks, but based on my conversations with a few past, and current MOTP/MMTP students, it varies depending on the needs of the military at that time. There's a few residencies highlighted on the recruiting website that are more in demand, and could be covered; emergency medicine, orthopedics, anasthesiology, psychiatry, PHPM.. I believe they also fund +1s in Emerg'. I think the general process is, you finish FM and work as a GD-MO (General Duties Medical Officer - Aka Fa
  3. Hey everyone - chiming in here. My friend and I are in the same boat - he emailed admissions, and they mentioned that if you have nothing to update since you last submitted your transcripts (i.e. you graduated prior to applying), there's no need to submit another set of transcripts.
  4. Got off the waitlist - 10:16AM today. Fingers crossed for my future classmates here!
  5. Result: Waitlisted (Accepted off the Waitlist - 26 May) Timestamp: 9:32am 2YRS: 3.79 MCAT: 510 (126/129/128/127) ECs: Fairly strong - quite active in the latter half of my undergrad. Clubs, societies, leadership positions. Research volunteering, research employment, wet lab stuff, clinical stuff. Working with vulnerable populations, education & outreach/advocacy. Few poster presentations and awards, one manuscript pending. Longstanding nontraditional employment + leadership. It's been a long road. Interview: Was a little nervous walking into it, but felt good, and
  6. Ain't no party like a waitlist party! Waitlisted here as well =)
  7. Yeah that's odd - If one is a Quebec resident and is admitted to a medical undergrad program in Ontario, would you even be able to transfer residency? Or would it be like most other undergrads where you're not eligible for residency in your province of study unless you're working X amount of hours/not engaged in full-time studies?
  8. Overall, I really enjoyed the experience - shout out to the UBC Med students and staff who helped create an organized and welcoming environment. It was fun getting a chance to chat and meet some of the diverse interviewees. Also, anecdotally, speaking to a few people that have interviewed elsewhere, they said that UBC was one of the more pleasant MMI circuits they've done. (Also, how gorgeous is that life sciences center? Yeesh!) I spent some time meditating/exercising that morning, and walked into it feeling oddly calm, which was nice (I'm hoping I was able to relay at least a little of th
  9. Status: Invite Time Stamp: Feb 3rd, 12:17pm EST Stream: MD MCAT: 510 (126/129/128/127) 2yr GPA: ~3.80 Current year: UG Completed ECs: Non-trad. Long-term and varied employment in various fields; allied health work, clinical research. Some work with vulnerable populations, harm reduction education + outreach. Exposure w/clubs and societies in undergrad. A few summers of research + research projects/classes; a few poster presentations (locally, provincially, nationally), but no pubs (one manuscript). A few awards from said research. Included hobbies and passions in my ABS as well - f
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