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  1. We are currently two fourth-year resident physicians with extensive experience in MMI interviews, MMI question development and MMI coaching. We remember how stressful applying to medical school and CARMS interviews can be, so we created a coaching service that can help you excel in your interview and maximize your chances of being accepted to medical school! During our coaching sessions, you will be provided with unique questions based on current events and actual experiences we have encountered as doctors, rather than just using the pre-existing question other services use. We allow for sessions to be recorded by you to be reviewed later, and provide typed and verbal feedback, as well as the option of a ranking using a standardized MMI Ranking Form. Furthermore, we provide insight on what you can add or change about your answer to achieve the top percentile of scores (10/10). As resident physicians, we can offer insight on how a physician would approach a difficult patient situation or the current issues affecting our healthcare system. Over the past few years as resident mentors for undergraduate medical students, we have assisted numerous people in achieving their goal of medical school acceptance and matching to their desired residency program! Here are a few testimonials from previous students: "My experience with MMI coaching was overwhelmingly positive. Most of you reading this likely want me to be candid, so yes I received an acceptance offer the first time I interviewed and I credit this in large part to my MMI coaching. Our sessions were professional, on time, flexible, and focused. I also found the feedback to be incredibly helpful and experienced continuous improvement with the practice questions and reading materials. The cost was very reasonable and honestly going into my MMI feeling confident that I could competently answer any question that I was presented with is more than I could have hoped for. I am absolutely going to reach out in preparation for my CARMS when the time comes." -A accepted to U of C “Working with my interview coach was a wonderfully positive MMI prep experience. She enabled me to build self-confidence for acting stations through mock scenarios while helping me become more articulate in responding to personal questions. She also provided me with extensive reading materials that helped grow my awareness and knowledge of current events while developing a more critical thought process around complex social issues. I only applied to one school this year that uses the MMI, but with her help, I'm happy to share I received an offer of admission and will be attending medical school in the fall! She was flexible, approachable, and super knowledgeable about medicine and the MMI process, so if you have an upcoming MMI, I would strongly recommend getting in touch with her.” -R, Accepted to McGill, Ottawa "Thank you so much for helping me prepare for interviews. Your feedback and guidance allowed me to perform well and truly showcase myself as a worthy candidate. I interviewed at University of Alberta, University of Calgary, and University of Toronto. I have received offers of admissions from all 3 schools! I will likely be staying at the U of A! Thank you so much for all your support throughout this challenging process, and I cannot wait to start medical school in August!" -R accepted to U of A, U of C and U of T “I had a FANTASTIC experience with my coach as a non-traditional applicant who finally had their first pair of interviews. The interviews that I was preparing for were very different in their time and content structure, but I felt confident for both sets of interviews after only a few sessions with her. I appreciated her constant focus and positive attitude during our 1+ hour virtual meetings, even amidst her busy clinical schedule. I felt very honoured to have her time and attention as an experienced clinician who was able to provide very specific and constructive feedback during all of our sessions. I think that her preparation significantly out-performed a much more expensive and popular interview prep company that I also trained with in my interview preparations -- my sessions with her were much more informative and tailored to my needs and the medical schools where I was going to be interviewed. I felt very lucky to have come across this interview prep on the PreMed101 forum and I have all of my fingers crossed that my coach's help will help me finally achieve admission into medical school! Regardless of the result, I can once again say that my experience with her was fantastic! Thanks very much! :)” -K "I've been accepted to Memorial University of Newfoundland and Labrador's medicine class starting in August. OMG!!!! The interview went amazing, and it was all because of your teachings. I can't tell you how much I appreciate everything that you've done for me over the summer/fall in preparation for the interviews. Without you, I can say with 100% certainty that I wouldn't have been able to make my dream of medical school a reality. I was also waitlisted at Dalhousie, with an excellent interview score. My interview this year was my strength, unlike other years where it was my weakness. I am so excited to start this new chapter of my life. Thank you from the bottom of my heart for everything!" -A accepted at Memorial "The coaching I received taught me not to just be intelligent, but to be distinctive and to bring intention into all of my actions and interactions. Your coaching helped me to identify my unique combination of strengths and how to bring them to the forefront. Interview coaching is an investment that will hold good for your entire career and lifetime." - N accepted to Psychiatry at uOttawa, IMG stream Description: Offering customized, private, one-on-one interview coaching via Zoom or your preferred online platform. Goal setting prior to your first session. Access to 100 unique MMI scenarios via sessions. MMI Interview Preparation Presentation provided to all clients outlining MMI theory, an organized approach for the 6 different types of MMI questions you will encounter including picture and acting stations, a crash course in medical ethics and links to high yield articles and information on current events, COVID, aboriginal health, homelessness, racism, sexism, technology and medicine, the Canadian Health Care System, mental health, transgender health, physician burnout, vaccine hesitancy and many more HIGH YIELD topics that you should review to be prepared for the MMI. Offering full-length mock MMI simulations with detailed feedback and scoring. Optional MMI scoring on a scale from 1-10 with each session. Rate: $95/hour Availability: Limited availability on evenings and weekends due to the demands of residency, coaching will be offered on a first-come, first-serve basis. Disclaimers: We have signed a confidentiality agreement when we were MMI interviewers, and cannot disclose specific details regarding question content, but can provide insight on the interview process and what distinguishes excellent candidates from average ones. We will not be interviewing for the 2023 MMI as this prohibits you from assisting any potential candidates. Please email MDinterviewprep1@gmail.com if you are interested. Coaching will be offered on a first come first serve basis. Best of luck in the 2023 interviews to all candidates!
  2. Physician Run MMI Prep Course – 4 Hour Course + 1 hour of private coaching We are currently two third-year resident physicians with extensive experience in MMI interviews, MMI question development and MMI coaching. We remember how stressful applying to medical school and CARMS interviews can be, so we created a coaching service that can help you excel in your interview and maximize your chances of being accepted to medical school. We are offering an efficiently run, and highly effective full day prep course for students preparing for the MMI interviews for medical schools in Canada. We are Canadian trained resident physicians who both have undergone the MMI interview, and were accepted in their first year of application. We have experience with numerous medical school and residency interviews ourselves, have served as MMI Interviewers for a Canadian Medical School, served as Interviewers for the Canadian Medical Association's CARMS Prep Program and mentored numerous undergraduate and medical students on a volunteer basis assisting them with application review, interview preparation and ultimately helping them achieve their goal of matching to medical school/residency. Most importantly, we have the knowledge and experience of a resident physician and can offer insight on how to approach these questions from the perspective of a physician. With these experiences, we feel we have all of the skills to provide you with the best chance of success in the admissions process. Registering for this course will include the following: 1) A 4 hour MMI Prep Session featuring how to approach different MMI Questions, how to structure a strong response, high yield MMI Topics and interactive breakout rooms where we run through answers for common challenging MMI Questions. 2) A 1 hour one on one private coaching session with one of our Resident Physician Interview Coaches. Additional private coaching for $75/hour based on availability. 3) Immediate access to our MD Prep Interview Preparation Presentation (200 slides), a registry of 100 unique practice questions created by our team and our Master List of over 200 free online MMI Questions. 4) Ongoing mentorship and answering of questions via email leading up to your MMI interview. Dates: Friday, February 4, 2022: 4 PM - 8 PM Saturday Feb 5, 2022 8 AM -12PM Saturday, February 5, 2022: 1 PM - 5 PM Cost: Early Bird Registration EXTENDED to January 28, 2022: $250 Register after Jan 28, 2022: $275 Registration deadline Feb 3, 2022 Capacity: Each session will be limited to a maximum of 10 people, registration will be provided on a first come, first serve basis. Registration: Please send an email to Mdinterviewprep1@gmail.com to register. You will receive access to our MMI Prep Resources and Powerpoint once your registration is complete. Best of luck in the 2022 Interview Process!
  3. Hey everyone! One of the best ways you can prepare for your upcoming MMI is by doing interview practice. There are lots of free resources with mock MMI questions and we have compiled a Master List of 200 Questions (resources cited) of the free questions that can be found online. While these are a great place to start, many of these questions are quite outdated. In fact, they are the same questions we used 8 years ago to prep for our MMI interview. When you are practicing with your peers, try to create your own questions based on current events and issues in our healthcare system. Outlined below are some realistic practice MMI questions we have created based on our experiences as MMI Interviewers and the real issues we see every day as resident doctors. Opinion Questions: Due to the increasing cases of COVID in Canada, some provinces now require proof of full vaccination in order for people over the age of 12 to be allowed to do non-essential activities such as going to restaurants, bars, concerts, movies and fitness facilities. While some support this as a public health initiative, others feel it unfairly restricts their personal freedom. What is your opinion on this policy? What are some alternatives? Behavioural Questions: You are a 6th grade teacher who is teaching your students a health class. During the lesson, a student raises their hand and asks “What is masturbation”. The other kids start to laugh, some of them look confused, they are all looking to you to answer. What do you say in response? Communication/Acting Stations: -You are about to speak with a pediatric patient’s father. His son is 10 years old and has an extremely rare medical condition (prevalence of 1/1,000,000). He is upset as another health care worker spoke to him about getting the COVID vaccine for his son. When he responded with concerns about the risks of adverse events, they replied to him “those are very rare.” He replied, “my son already had an extremely rare condition, and so what is stopping him from getting these rare adverse effects?” Please enter the room and counsel the father. *You do not need to know specific medical knowledge about the COVID vaccine for this station* Curveball Questions: Image Link: https://www.vmcdn.ca/f/files/burnabynow/images/breaking-news/img_0265.JPG;w=960;h=640;bgcolor=000000 Analyze the photo above: -What is this photo about? -What message was the photographer trying to convey? -What are the barriers that Indigenous people face in our society? -What can we do to address these issues? Photo credit: https://www.newwestrecord.ca/local-news/new-westminster-memorial-remembers-215-children-found-buried-at-kamloops-residential-school-3826043 Personal Questions: -Communication is an important skill for being a physician, and one of CANMEDs Framework components. Please discuss what three experiences have shaped your communication skills? We hope you find these mock MMI questions helpful for your practice, and if you haven’t started already, practicing with your peers is one of the best ways you can prepare. There are lots of free resources online to help you with your prep, but if you are interested in taking a formal Interview Prep Course or seeking one-on-one coaching from resident physicians who have been through the interview process and had experience as interviewers, email Mdinterviewprep1@gmail.com. Best of luck with your 2022 Interviews! Master List of Online MMI Questions_.pdf
  4. About me I’m an Ontario resident with extensive experience in CASPER prep, personal statements, essays (UofT, Calgary, Dalhousie, Memorial, AMCAS), and ABS statements. I will teach you how to best highlight your experiences/activities to make it memorable for reviewers. What I can do for you Application Review Writing your ABS statements and essays is like playing a game. Those who understand the rules of the game receive interviews. I will help you highlight the important aspects of your experiences to make your application memorable to the reviewer. You need to tell your unique story and I will guide you through this process. Cost: $70/hour. $55/hour for long-term package. CASPER Prep Many students need to practice typing and responding to questions using simulated CASPER examinations. Major companies (Astroff, Bemo) offer these simulations. I will evaluate the quality of your responses to determine if you were successful in showcasing your experiences and thought process. Cost: $70/hour. $55/hour for long-term package. Interview Prep There are three elements to a great interview: 1. Content 2. Structure and Organization 3. Personality Once you have a sufficient knowledge base, you need to organize your responses to ensure clarity. Then, despite having organization you need to come off personable in your voice, posture, and facial expression. I will assist you in each of the three interview elements: 1. Content: I will provide you with the resources you need to build a solid foundation base for which to draw your responses on. 2. Organization: I will teach you my own strategies for organizing a response. 3. Personality: I will evaluate your body language and intonation. I am familiar with the MMI, MPI, and traditional/panel. Cost $85/hour. $70 for long-term package. If you are interested in my services, feel free to message me. I can meet with students through Skype or in-person. Note: I am responsible for adhering to professional standards and WILL NOT write your application for you or share any interview questions I encountered during my own interviews.
  5. Hey everyone! I'm wondering if anyone would like to form a group of 4-6 to practice for the interview this weekend? If there is already a group I'd love to join too! Thinking about practicing 3-4 sessions with 1-2h each time.
  6. I applied to 5 schools in Ontario (all excluding NOSM), and interviewed at UofT and got accepted without a waitlist. I am currently in my first year at UofT, and I completed a Master's degree prior to medical school. Over the past 3 weeks, I've helped 13 students who are interviewing at: UofT, Ottawa, McGill, Manitoba, and Western. I'd like to think the interview prep is transferable across med schools. I prepped for panel interviews last year too. The structure is totally up to you. In general, I've been spending the first 10 min or so giving people general tips, and then we proceed to do practice scenarios where people either bring their own that they want to focus on, or I give them ones that I have. Some people prefer to do it such that it simulates the actual interview, where they take the allotted time to gather their thoughts, etc... Then I give them feedback after every question, which takes about 5-10 minutes depending on how much there is to be said. You may bring your own questions/scenarios to practice on, or I can give you questions. We can do role-play too if you have an MMI or a panel interview that requires this. I'll also give you general tips if you want, as well as feedback on your answers. One person asked if they can send me video recordings of them answering questions, and I send them feedback, which I was open to doing as well (we did about 7 hours of that). We can focus on ethics too, especially if you have an MMI (disclaimer, I haven't done an MMI myself, just the MPI for Toronto). Those scenarios can be tricky. We get some ethics training in med school, and i did quite some prep for that back when i was getting ready to interview. Btw, you can compare my rate to how much prep companies charge, and you'll notice a big difference. You’re also helping me save up for rent :)) We can do it over any platform you want, I've been using Zoom lately. You dont have to pay me til we are in the middle of the session. The good thing is you can ask me any stuff you are wondering about, since i've had a successful interview. I can share with you funny experiences from the interview that myself and colleagues did, which at the time we thought would make us fail haha! Moreover, to be transparent, treat me as a colleague of yours who's giving you their input, not as a professional. I will give you the input of someone who has interview-prepped and gotten accepted as a result. Hopefully you'll find it helpful. You should be able to tell after our first session. I personally benefited from all types of practice that I did, and especially from tips. My goal is to also make you more confident in your abilities and convince you that medicine is not as impossible as people make it sound.
  7. 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 meant to memorize answers so you can give a rehearsed response, but rather practice a structure and approach to the common types of questions, learn about current events, practice your verbal and non verbal communication skills, practice being in situations that challenge you or make you uncomfortable. 2. The best way to practice is to simulate the MMI as much as possible and practice with another person who can provide quality feedback. Find a group of peers and practice 2-3 times per week. Create your own unique questions relevant to current events and issues in healthcare. Time your answers and prep. Discuss what a 7/7 response would look like. Reflect on your responses. Give each other quality written and verbal feedback. I formed an MMI practice group on this forum with 15 other people. We practiced 3 days a week leading up to the interview and dedicated one weekend to full length Mock MMIs. We always used a timer and provided feedback to each other. 9 of us were accepted our first year, the remaining 6 continued to practice and were accepted the year after. 3. You have to know yourself to be yourself. Time and time again people say "be yourself", which taken at face value doesn't sound too hard, right? I have seen people really struggle during the interview when asked standard personal questions of why do you want to be a doctor or tell me about yourself. These questions are hard because you need to open up and be personal. Everyone who applies is smart, everyone wants to help people. We want to hear what unique experiences you have had that set you apart. We want to know who you are and what you are passionate about. What shaped you into the person you have become today? What challenges have you overcome? People who try to say what they think the interviewer wants to hear instead of share their true experiences will come off an ingenuine and perform poorly. 4. The MMI is hard- it is designed to be challenging. There is truly NO perfect answer for the questions you are presented with- they are designed to be vague and produce a wide variety of responses on purpose. They are designed to see how you perform under pressure and how you think about the problems critically. They are testing you ability to be creative, to show empathy and to think about the broader societal issues at play. However, there are definitely wrong answers and red flags. The best advice I have is this: if you wouldn't say it face to face with the Dean of Medical Admissions- don't say it in your interview. 5. I think Medical Ethics Questions are becoming a thing of the past. In all of the interviews I have done myself or interviewed for, I haven't come across many true textbook medical ethics scenarios. Some schools may still be very traditional and include these, but I personally think it is ridiculous to ask undergraduate students to have extensive knowledge about medical ethics (literally we spend 2 years learning about this is medical school). It is important to have a basic understanding of ethical and moral principles, and you may be able to apply these principles to open ended opinion questions, but the days of reading "Doing Right" and debating if you should transfuse the Jehovah's witness patient who is bleeding out in front of you are in the past. What you should focus your time on is learning about the current events and important topics in Canadian healthcare. Educate yourself about the problems and inequalities in our current society. Learn about the most marginalized individuals in our society. Think critically about the impact of technology and innovation. 6. If you are rejected post interview, never give up! The average medical student applies 2.7 times before they are accepted. I actually had a classmate who applied 7 times before getting accepted to medical school, and now they are pursuing their top choice of residency. Every interview is a learning opportunity and an opportunity to reflect on yourself and improve. Best of luck with your interviews, if you are struggling with the MMI and want to pursue coaching, PM me and I would be happy to help!
  8. If anyone has interviewed at UBC and has any tips, suggestions and insight as to what the interview was like and potentially even how to prepare it would be greatly appreciated!
  9. Hello Prospective Pharmacy Student! Imagine putting in every ounce of energy you have into your pharmacy school application only to wake up to an email containing a rejection letter - it can be incredibly discouraging. What's more is that there is such limited information available to guide you through your application process, and to advise you what's most important in your application. Is it your prerequisite GPA? Your cumulative GPA? Is it your work experience? Your interview or letter of intent? I can tell you by far the biggest mistake that applicants make is focusing all of their efforts into their grades and academic standing. About Me I'm a 2017 graduate from the University of Alberta and the owner/manager of an innovative, highly-clinical based independent pharmacy practice in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. In 2020, I was recognized with a prestigious APEX award from the Alberta College of Pharmacy and Alberta Pharmacists Association. Over the past few years, I've held a 100% success rate in coaching several different applicants towards their admission into the Faculty of Pharmacy program at the UofA using my extensive combined experience as a pharmacy graduate, pharmacy owner, and clinical pharmacist. My Approach A successful applicant is backed by a strong, well-articulated letter of intent, and interview, which is where most applicants fail to stand out. I help coach students 6 to 8 months before their target application deadline by giving them proven strategies to ensure their applications are well-rounded enough to give them the competitive advantage they need to stand out from the hundreds to thousands of other applicants applying each year. Outside of this, I also help coach students towards finding the pharmacy volunteer / work experience they need to truly enhance their application, which I understand can be an incredibly daunting process. Services and Availability Given my busy pharmacy practice and schedule, I only have the ability to offer a limited number of students the opportunity to work with me at this time, as some spots have already been reserved for those who had reached out to me since my original post in the Pharmacy Discussions forum. And so, if you're serious about being competitive with your application this upcoming year or in the upcoming future, and you're interested in working with me, shoot me an email (choi.chung913@gmail.com) and I'd be happy to meet with you virtually or in-person for an initial consultation to learn more about your unique needs, discuss how I'm able to help, what my competitive rates look like, and to see if there's a possibility we can work together. Looking forward to helping you reach your goal of getting into the pharmacy program!
  10. Hey I'm interested in setting up a Skype or other video chat interview practice group. My interview is for UofA in mid March and I'm hoping to get a good amount of sessions before then but anyone still prepping for a med MMI is welcome to join. If you're interested PM me or comment below
  11. I am currently a UofT resident and previous UofT medical school graduate. This year, I also got the opportunity to tutor some colleagues who were second-attempt takers for the MCCQE 1, and I was able to help them study for common types of questions that tend to repeat with each exam, confusing PHELO scenarios, and questions that might seem 'random' (but are not so random if you have clinical experience). I am familiar with the new format of the exam and will share all my study materials free of charge if I tutor you (these materials alone probably costs hundreds of dollars). My score was 293 (pass score 226). I have scored above average in all categories with highest performance in Psychosocial & Professional Behaviours sections. I find people tend to think the Professional behaviours questions are the most 'random' but I have a lot of clinical experience in public health/ethics so this was my strongest section. Rates: $80/hour ($50/hr per person if group tutoring 2+ students in 1 class) Available through Google Hangouts, Zoom, Phone call. Send me a DM if you're interested and we can chat about how I can best help you!
  12. Hello everyone, I am a second year medical student at UofT offering application editing and interview preparation at a reasonable rate. I have helped numerous students in the past who have all received positive results. Please message me for further details if you are interested.
  13. ****UPDATES**** Bonjour tout le monde! Avec le début des entrevues simulées qui s’approche (ce lundi), nous avons une annonce excitante. Vous pouvez maintenant vous inscrire à une deuxième entrevue simulée! Il n’y reste quelques places, et suivra le principe du premier arrivé, premier servi. Hi everyone! With the first day of mock interviews approaching (this Monday) we have an exciting announcement. You can now sign up for a second interview slot! There are only a limited number of spots left, and its on a first come, first serve basis. ENGLISH FOLLOWS Bonjour à tous! Encore une fois cette année, les étudiants de médecine de première année de l’Université d’Ottawa, sont fiers de vous offrir des séances d’entrevues simulées pour vous permettre de vous familiariser avec le déroulement de la vraie entrevue! L’entrevue vous coûtera 12$ et tous les fonds seront versés à l'oeuvre de bienfaisance choisie par la classe de 2021: Pancreatic Cancer Canada. Le paiement se fera à l’aide de Paypal pendant votre inscription en ligne. Le lien ci-joint vous dirigera vers la page d’inscription. La période d’inscription débutera dimanche le 4 février à 17h00. Les séances sont offertes de façon premier arrivé, premier servi donc ne tardez pas! Pour toutes questions, contactez-nous au admissionsmd2021@gmail.com. *Ces entrevues simulées sont réservées aux candidats d'entrevue de l'Université d'Ottawa.* PARTAGEZ CE MESSAGE SVP! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409094ea5af2ba6fc1-mock1 — Hi! Once again this year, the first year students of the University of Ottawa - Faculty of Medicine are proud to offer mock interviews, which aim to give you a practice run before your real interview. Interviews will be $12, and the money will go towards our class charity, Pancreatic Cancer Canada. The payment will be processed online through Paypal along with your registration. The link below will bring you to the registration page. The registration period will begin on Sunday, February 4th at 5:00 p.m. The sessions are offered on a first-come, first-served basis, so please don’t wait! If you have any questions, contact us at admissionsmd2021@gmail.com. *These mock interviews are reserved for interview candidates of the University of Ottawa.* PLEASE SHARE THIS MESSAGE! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409094ea5af2ba6fc1-mock1 Merci & thank you! Christopher & Nicole Représentants du comité des admissions | Admissions Committee Representatives
  14. Selling the following books: The Princeton review MCAT Books 2015 set ($300) The Berkeley Review MCAT Books- great for those who haven't taken specific courses in physics, organic chemistry, chemistry to learn content, and for CARS practice passages. ($200) Kaplan MCAT prep books: old MCAT, includes all prep books + flashcards ($100) Interview prep books (brand new, bought & used this past application cycle, highly recommended): The Medical School Interview: Winning Strategies from Admissions Faculty -- $15 Multiple mini interview (MMI): Winning strategies from Admissions Faculty -- $18 Casper SIM for the mind: 24 High-yield Word Based scenarios + Answers by Advisor Prep APE -- $25
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