So, a lot of med student blogs that I have been reading, written by the pre-clerkship lot (year 1 and 2) seem to have been focusing on burnout and feeling overwhelmed and mentally tired. Now, I can't say that some of those things don't ring true for me as well. The week before the exam … Continue reading Contentment, and rambles therein
So, I might have mentioned here that I made an interview video for MUN Med. I also might have hinted that it was a Game of Thrones parody. This might is be it 🙂 Tada! Please feel free to give it a watch - no money is being made off this post, and no copyright infringement … Continue reading Welcome to the game of loans
So, this was a busy, busy, busy past 48 hours for the little lowly denizens of MUN med. Friday morning saw exam 3, friday afternoon was all about inter-professional presentations, friday evening was mandated interviewer training, 11:30 saw my friend coming in for the interview arrive, Saturday morning saw a 6am wake-up to make 7:30 for … Continue reading Exam three, interviews and the magic of faculty mandated extensions
So, a couple days ago I the manual for the TaMMI interviewers, and yes, it'd certainly would have been something that I would have died to get my hands on pre-interview 😉 Now, I'm not going to post anything about the contents of the manual (because I would be expelled, for starters), but it does … Continue reading Interview season and other ramblings
So, Monte Carlo, the biggest fundraiser than MUN med does is in three days, on Nov 1rst! It's a huge event where people come and gamble for charity, dance, drink, bet on donated prizes, and generally look swish, because this years theme is The Great Gatsby 🙂 Funny, I didn't think I get so much … Continue reading Guys and dolls…it’s almost Monte Carlo time!
So, as the newly elected Admissions Interview Video Coordinator (I get to plan the video, write the script, film it, and also coordinate the student greeters and tours for the two interview blocks of the day) for the MUN Interview Nov 15th, I guess the time has come to talk about the interview process. The … Continue reading Interviews (dun dun duuunnn…)
So, the applications for the 2015 intake year have opened recently, and this year, I can look at them with a certain detachment that I haven't been able to in three years. There's a certain amount of irony associated with this - it's only been a month (upon checking, a month to the day) since … Continue reading Applications, or my complicated feelings on the word “average”