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"Many, but things will unlikely change since they've only adopted the MMI this year. Let's wait a fe"
"Define integrity. Give an example where you showed or failed to show integrity. What did you learn from it?"
"All questions are already mentioned in past students' reviews."
"Define Integrity, example of you demonstrating integrity"
"Signed confidentiality agreement."
"Signed a confidentiality agreement."
"Qualities of a good doc"
Truth telling and honesty in Medicine.
Qualities that a great physician should possess and how you demonstrated them.
The disadvantages of being a doctor."
"How important is honesty and truth-telling for a doctor?"
"Explain an organic chemistry reaction in lay person's terms."
"Integrity series...I'm sure they are outlined elsewhere on this forum."
"What attributes do you think make a good doctor? And describe a situation where you have demonstrated these"
"Talk about your most memorable/rewarding non-academic experience. (Follow-up questions.)"
"What characteristics do you think a good doctor has or needs?"
"What are the qualities that make a good doctor? Why do you want to be a doctor instead of any other health professionals?"
"What qualities a doctor should possess? Do you have them? "
"Why do you want to be a doctor?"
"What kind of medicine do you want to practice?"
"What would you do if your patient came to you for a request for a specific drug. "
"None. It was just boring standardized questions."
"They asked me about a technical term from piano, which I play and mentioned in my application"
"Why do you want to work in the community that you volunteer in?"
"What does ischemia mean? (the word was in my essay = do not use medical words in med school application forms)"
"What's a local, national or global non-medical issue that you're passionate about?"
"Integrity series... particulary the 2nd one. I told a story which I felt very silly at the end for what I did, the panel laughed so bad. The worst thing was that I was laughing with them lol that was really funny. "
"After telling them about a personal experience, they asked if i would ever lie to a patient."
"Imagine both my 87 yr old mother and I (the interviewer) walk into your clinic. You, our family doctor, has just gotten the results that my mother has cancer. You tell me (the interviewer) about the results first. I, however, say to you not to tell the results to my mother. Note: She is able to think and decide for herself. What will you do? "
"Explain your research using layman's terms, in 5 minutes or less"
"If I was in a clinic in Africa and had all my supplies were stolen how would I practice medicine?"
"Why I volunteered with the groups/organizations that I did."
"Describe the process of building a skateboard (I have run a small business building skateboards)"
"Do you think that BC's medical system needs revamping? If so, how?"
"Tell us in laymans terms about your research and why you came to those conclusions."
"No interesting questions. All questions were very very STANDARD."
"Teach us a topic that you're familiar with. (They suggested anything from organic chemistry to electronics - something I'm into.)"
"Describe my research"
"The "technical" question."
"please explain in layman's term what your research project is about"
"A slur of questions revolving "integrity": what do you think integrity means, discuss a situation in which you displayed integrity, share an experience of someone displaying or lack thereof integrity."
"What is the biggest challenge we face globally?"
"The technical question re: music."
"How do you feel about the use of ice post injury?"
"Why did you become a physiotherapist?"
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