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Were you naughty or nice?
What is your greatest strength and greatest weakness? Which one is more important to you?
What are some ways to reduce healthcare inequalities in Canada?
Explain our Canadian health care system at a level appropriate for a high school student to understand.
Physicians are expected to be leaders. In today’s health care system, do you think leadership is important – if so, why?
What activity are you the best at and what does that mean to you?
Where do you hope you will be in 5 years?
What is one major healthcare issue that you believe needs to be addressed in the Canadian healthcare system?
Have you considered other careers besides being a physician?
Can you tell me about an amazing adventure you had? Take a moment to really visualise it. Pause to feel the emotions you experienced during key moments and do your best to relive your story. I'd love to hear it!
What career would you choose other than medicine, and why?
When do laws deviate from ethics?
Medical school applicants come from a variety of different backgrounds, with volunteer and leadership experience ranging from small local initiatives to worldwide advocacy trips. Do you think medical schools can fairly compare volunteer and leadership experiences that are dissimilar? If you were in charge of medical school admissions, how would you evaluate applicants’ co-curricular experiences?
During your shift, you notice your preceptor is intoxicated. What do you do?
Describe a time when you learned something new.
There's a saying that "everyone is fighting a battle you know nothing about". What is the hardest thing you're currently going through? Does it affect the people around you too?
During COVID-19, the Maritimes created an "Atlantic Bubble". What do you think about this decision by public health?
Describe a time when you had to say “no”.
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