How to Succeed in Medical School

After years of hard work, sacrifice, applications, interviews, rejection letters, and tears, you successfully earned that golden ticket offering you admission into medical school. I remember that feeling like it was yesterday, where the weight of the world is lifted off your shoulders, and you’re all smiles day in and day out. You’re now one

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4 Not So Cliché Tips to Prepare You for Medical School

I would like to start with a disclaimer, since these are opinions of mine, coming from a student who has gone through a year in medicine. In no way do they reflect opinions of my faculty or my peers. Every student will have their own experiences and form their own opinions. So, take mine as

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The Life of a Medical Student at UBC (University of British Columbia)

Recently, I had the opportunity to interview a UBC medical student about her academic, professional and personal life. In this insightful interview, we break down stereotypes and share the unfiltered, gritty details of what life as a medical student is really like. Find out more about the medical school application process, the challenges and rewards

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Building Responses for MMI Questions (Multiple Mini Interviews)

Multiple Mini Interviews (MMIs) are used in the application process for Medicine, Dentistry, Physical Therapy and Occupational Therapy programs. A MMI involves a sequence of stations in a circuit. For each station, a scenario is typically presented on the door outside of a room. You are then given a time limit to walk to your

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