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  1. I am a current UBC medical student who was accepted to every medical school I applied to my first application cycle: UBC (OOP applicant), U of T, McMaster, Western and Queens. I would love to pass on my knowledge to eager applicants, whether you have interviews coming up this year or if you just want to get a head start. I am familiar with panel, MMI, and mixed format interviews. I am asking $60/hr for any interview content of your choosing (mock interviews, practice questions, general tips, etc). I am only looking to work with a small group of applicants as I am a busy student myself. Please PM me if interested
  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. Calling all medical school applicants… This is a reminder that interview acceptances are coming soon… BUT, before complete terror sets in, we are pleased to announce the return of the annual uOttawa Med Prep Day. Overcome your fears by joining students from the class of 2024, as you learn how to tackle medical school interviews, strategize your way through ethics questions, and receive helpful tips for your interview day. This full day of activities includes small-group practice of interview questions with second year medical students as well as lectures on medical ethics and well-being. All proceeds from Med Prep Day go towards the MD2024 class charity, A New Day. By joining us, you will not only strengthen your interviewing skills, but also support an incredible organization. Med Prep Day is open to all students who have applied to medicine, regardless of your chosen school or interview invitation status. Presentations are in English, while small groups will be available in English and French. Date: Saturday, February 5, 2022 Location: Virtual on Zoom Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Cost: $13.75 Capacity: 96 students (48 Anglophones et 48 Francophones) Link for registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/medprep-day-2022-virtual-tickets-239430100877 If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Med Prep Day organizers Marielle and Hadi, at admissionsmd2024@gmail.com. --------------------------------------------------- Appel à tous les candidats à l'école de médecine... Ceci est un rappel que les lettres d'invitations aux entrevues s'en viennent bientôt....mais avant que la terreur complète ne s'installe, nous avons l'honneur d'annoncer le retour de la Med Prep Day de l'uOttawa. Surmontez vos peurs en rejoignant les étudiants de la classe de 2024 en apprenant comment surmonter les questions d’entrevues, explorez les questions d'éthique et recevez de judicieux conseils pour votre journée d'entrevue. Cette journée complète d'activités comprend la pratique en petits groupes de questions d'entrevues avec des étudiants en médecine de deuxième année ainsi que des conférences sur l'éthique médicale et le bien-être. Tous les fonds amassés iront à la charité choisie par la classe de MD2024, A New Day. En nous rejoignant, vous allez non seulement améliorer vos techniques d'entrevue, mais vous allez également soutenir une organisation incroyable! Med Prep Day est ouvert à tous les étudiants qui ont appliqué en médecine, peu importe l'école ou le statut de l'invitation d'entrevue. Les présentations seront en anglais, alors que les séances en petit groupe seront disponibles en anglais et en français. Date: Samedi 5 Février 2022 Endroit: Virtuel sur Zoom Heure: 9h00 à 16h00 Coût: 13.75$ Capacité: 96 étudiants (48 Anglophone et 48 Francophones) Lien pour inscription: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/medprep-day-2022-virtual-tickets-239430100877 Si vous avez des questions, sentez vous libre de contacter les organisateurs de la journée, Marielle et Hadi au admissionsmd2024@gmail.com.
  4. Congrats on your journey to medicine! My name is Victoria and I am a current UBC medical student. I was accepted to 5 Canadian medical schools: UBC (OOP applicant), U of T, McMaster, Western and Queens. The interview was my strong point- I was accepted to every school I interviewed at. I would love to pass on my knowledge to eager applicants, whether you have interviews coming up this year or if you just want to get a head start. I am familiar with panel, MMI, and mixed format interviews. I am asking $60/hr for any interview content of your choosing (mock interviews, practice questions, general tips, etc). I am only looking to work with a small group of applicants as I am a busy student myself. Please PM me if interested Edit: Thank you for all the interest! I am currently booking 1-2 weeks in advance. *all prep will be done virtually this year via Zoom
  5. Hello! I'm currently an M2 offering interview prep and feedback for both Panel and MPI style interviews. Please reach out to me on this forum or PM me if you're interested. Sessions will be run over Zoom and will consist of several interview questions with detailed feedback and tips for success. I offered the same service to many successful applicants last cycle and would like to help out as many of the awesome premeds in the forum as I can!
  6. Hi guys, I am an inetrnational stduent at UofAlberta and I have a GPA of 3.8. I am wondering if there is any chance to be invited for an inetrview at UofT? I have 2 summers of resaerch experince with 2 resaerch paper published as a first author, a thesis proejct from my undergard honors degree and a interdisciplinary ledaership certificate from U of Alberta, 200+ hours of public leadership experince, have done multiple jobs during my undergard (300 hours as an peer tutor + 800 hours retail job + 400 hours of admin and aide job at physiotherapy clinic), additionally around 300 hours of religious/community work. have around 7-8 reaserch funding and scholarships. Does these make me competetive even though i have low GPA? appreaciate the feedback
  7. Hi guys! The interview for U of MB OT is coming up this week and I was just wondering what exactly I should wear. Whether that be a nice blouse alone or with a blazer as well. Also if anyone has any last min tips that would be nice too! Good luck to everyone, we got this
  8. I just received an invite to interview at UBC! Was wondering if anyone else received and if anyone else has done their virtual interview before how was it and what was it like!
  9. Hello all, With the logistical nightmare of scheduling all our interviews, I thought it would be useful to start an interview trade thread! To start off, I have a Dalhousie Psychiatry Interview on March 11, 2021 and am looking to switch to a later date (any other date works)!
  10. Hello everyone! Would anyone like to practice for McGill's MMI? The interviews will be held in April, but it would be nice to prepare early. Both French and English are fine.
  11. Hello, Please contact me over DM if interested. Thank you for your assistance. Good luck!
  12. Un message en français suivra… Do you have an interview at the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Medicine? The first-year medical students of the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Medicine are hosting virtual mock interviews, which aim to give you a practice run before your real interview. The mock interviews are reserved for interview candidates of the University of Ottawa (proof of interview invite required) and are offered on a first-come, first-serve basis, so please don’t wait as spots fill up very quickly! This year we have also reserved time slots for people applying to the MD/PhD program and CNFS! Registration begins: February 2, 2021, at 8:00 am. Cost: $12 All proceeds will be donated to the MD2024 class charity, A New Day. Link to sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C4DACAB23AAFBC34-uottawa Once you register, you must send an e-transfer of $12 to admissionsmd2024@gmail.com before 11:59 pm the day of your registration to secure your spot. Before February 5, 2021, please send a copy of your uOttawa interview invite and a signed copy of the waiver (attached to the sign-up) to admissionsmd2024@gmail.com More information will be provided in the registration confirmation email. If you have any questions, please contact the uOttawa Admissions Committee Representatives at admissionsmd2024@gmail.com ______________________________________________________ Avez-vous une entrevue à la Faculté de médecine de l'Université d'Ottawa ? Les étudiants en première année de la faculté de médecine de l'Université d'Ottawa organisent des entrevues simulées virtuelles, qui visent à vous permettre de vous exercer avant votre véritable entrevue. Les entrevues simulées sont réservées aux candidats interviewés à l'Université d'Ottawa (preuve d’invitation à l’entrevue requise) et sont proposées selon le principe du premier arrivé, premier servi. N'attendez pas, car les places sont limitées ! Cette année, nous avons également réservé des plages horaires pour les personnes qui postulent au programme MD/PhD et au CNFS ! L'inscription débute : 2 février 2021, à 8 h. Coût : 12 $ Tous les fonds amassés seront versés à l'organisme caritatif de la classe MD2024, A New Day. Lien pour s’inscrire : https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10C0C4DACAB23AAFBC34-uottawa Une fois inscrit, vous devez envoyer un virement électronique (e-transfer) de 12 $ à admissionsmd2024@gmail.com avant 23 h 59 le jour de votre inscription pour sécuriser votre place. Avant vendredi le 5 février 2021, vous devez envoyer une copie de votre invitation à l’entrevue de la Faculté de médecine de l’Université d’Ottawa et le formulaire de déclaration (en pièce jointe au formulaire d’inscription) à admissionsmd2024@gmail.com Si vous avez des questions, veuillez contacter les représentants du Comité des admissions de l'Université d'Ottawa à admissionsmd2024@gmail.com
  13. Calling all medical school applicants… This is a reminder that interview acceptances are coming soon… BUT, before complete terror sets in, we are pleased to announce the return of the annual uOttawa Med Prep Day. Overcome your fears by joining students from the class of 2023, as you learn how to tackle medical school interviews, strategize your way through ethics questions, and receive helpful tips for your interview day. This full day of activities includes small-group practice of interview questions with second year medical students as well as lectures on medical ethics and well-being. All proceeds from Med Prep Day go towards the MD2023 class charity, Roger Neilson House. By joining us, you will not only strengthen your interviewing skills, but also support an incredible organization. Med Prep Day is open to all students who have applied to medicine, regardless of your chosen school or interview invitation status. Presentations are in English, while small groups will also be available in French. Date: Saturday, February 6, 2021 Location: Virtual on Zoom Time: 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM Cost: $12 Capacity: 96 students (48 Anglophones et 48 Francophones) Link for registration: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/medprep-day-2021-virtual-tickets-136978334887 If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the Med Prep Day organizers Valérie and Ahmed, at admissionsmd2023@gmail.com. --------------------------------------------------- Appel à tous les candidats à l'école de médecine... Ceci est un rappel que les lettres d'invitations aux entrevues s'en viennent bientôt....mais avant que la terreur complète s'installe, nous avons l'honneur d'annoncer le retour de la Med Prep Day de l'UOttawa. Surmontez vos peurs en rejoignant les étudiants de la classe de 2023 en apprenant comment surmonter les MEM ainsi que les entrevues panel, explorez les questions d'éthique et recevez de judicieux conseils pour votre journée d'entrevue. Cette journée complète d'activités comprend la pratique en petits groupes de questions d'entrevues avec des étudiants en médecine de deuxième année ainsi que des conférences sur l'éthique médicale et le bien-être. Tous les fonds amassés iront à la charité choisie par la classe de MD2023, La Maison Roger Neilson. En nous rejoignant, vous allez non seulement augmenter vos techniques d'entrevue, mais aussi supporter une organisation incroyable! Med Prep Day est ouvert à tous les étudiants qui ont appliqué en médecine, peu importe l'école ou le statut de l'invitation d'entrevue. Les présentations seront en anglais, alors que les séances en petit groupe seront aussi disponibles en français. Date: Samedi 6 Février 2021 Endroit: Virtuel sur Zoom Heure: 9h00 à 16h00 Coût: 12$ Capacité: 96 étudiants (48 Anglophone et 48 Francophones) Lien pour inscription: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/medprep-day-2021-virtual-tickets-136978334887 Si vous avez des questions, sentez vous libre de contacter les organisateurs de la journée, Valérie et Ahmed au admissionsmd2023@gmail.com.
  14. Hi, I attend University of Saskatchewan, and I am looking for a MMI Practice Group. I would be perfectly okay to meeting online through WebEx or Zoom, due to COVID. I am applying to UBC/USask/UofT/Ottawa/Queens! Please shoot me a message so we can set something up Thanks!
  15. Hi, I was wondering if any current Mcgill MD student is willing to help with MMI prep. I will pay for your time. Send me a message if interested.
  16. Hi everyone. I'm Julia, a med 3 student, and I helped develop the CanMEDS roles introspection worksheet. It's a way to start thinking about what they mean to you and how your personal examples demonstrate that you have these qualities to become a great doc. I was in your shoes a few years ago and hated how everything was so closed off to those without family or mentors in med. Give it a try and let us know what you think. All our resources under the Community section are free. We also have some user submitted questions on our Community Hub and those will always be free. The only thing we ask is to consider contributing some questions on your own to pay it forward for the community. If there's anything else you'd like to see, we have a small passionate team who take feedback and create more resources for everyone to benefit. Best of luck and keep practicing a little bit everyday!
  17. Hey, I was just wondering what you guys think will happen with the interviews this year. The pandemic still has a massive impact on our lives and I've started thinking about wether or not we'd have MMI's this year. Do you think that the MMI will be replaced by the CASPER like last year? Or will the Universities be able to organize the MMI's and respect physical distancing measures?... Maybe it's still too early to ask this sort of question but it's been on my mind since the interviews were cancelled for the 2020 admission cycle. (I'm a CEGEP student Btw)
  18. I've been looking around for some ways to practice the MMI after being waitlisted last year. i really wasn't used to the webcamming so was just browsing around for online practice solutions. Came across some consulting companies but they were so... outdated? And it didn't really feel like a real MMI either. It's hard to explain. This MMI question was shared on some MMI practice groups and thought I'd share with PM101! https://www.videoath.com/promos/sample-mmi-question
  19. Hi guys I had a question for those who have been able to secure a two+ consecutive interviews at UOttawa. Assuming you were not successful with your interview the first time around, when you reapplied... 1) Did you guys change your application significantly or was it more or less the same 2) What do you think your chances are of securing an interview the following year? 3) Are there individuals who had an interview one year and was not able to get one the next year? Thank you guys very much for your help. If you guys know anyone who might not be on these forums but have been in a similar situation, feel free to share!! Thanks again
  20. Since the early application deadline is coming up, thought I would ask how interviews are scheduled at UBC. For in person interviews, what are the possible time slots applicants get to choose from? It would be nice to know since I might have to travel and stay overnight. If the interviews are conducted virtually, do we just talk to a webcam and record our answers or will we be able to interact with an interviewer?
  21. IP / OOP / International Result: Invite / Reject / Waitlist for Interview cGPA: sGPA: DAT (PAT and MDT): ECs: Year: UG (what year), Masters, PhD
  22. Hey OT/PT hopefuls, I am anxiously awaiting to hear back about interview invitations from various PT Schools across Canada. I study in a small town so there are not many other prospective PT/OT students around to do mock interviews, and I was wondering if anyone would be interested in making a facebook group (or similar) where we do video chats with Mock MMI/Answer Feedback? I've read about the importance of actually practicing answering questions and think this could be very helpful for students in a similar situation! *given that most if not all in-person interviews are cancelled I did not make a group, but may be a great idea for next year!*
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