CASPer Test Prep – The Definitive Guide 2019

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Overview of what you are going to learn:

1. CASPer test prep tip #1: Learn the rationale behind the CASPer test

2. CASPer test prep tip #2: Explore the CASPer test purpose

3. CASPer test prep tip #3: Understand the CASPer test format

4. CASPer test prep tip #4: Investigate how the CASPer test is evaluated

5. CASPer test prep tip #5: Learn strategies for how to prepare for CASPer in advance and get expert feedback

6. CASPer test prep tip #6: Review sample CASPer test questions & expert responses

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How to Balance Life and Family Demands in Medical School without Working 24/7

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Are you a medical resident with a family, or are you planning to start a family while pursuing your degree?

As an academic consultant, I couldn’t help but notice the lack of supportive and reliable information for medical school students and residents with families, or applicants planning to start a family during their academic pursuits. In addition, I noticed through interviews that quite a few of my students had children or were on the path to getting married; therefore, starting a family within the next 4-6 years is likely not far from the realm of possibilities. In my own medical school class of 110 students, there were a total of 3 students with children in first year, and 10 by the end of fourth year. In addition, there were likely 5-10 other classmates who had intentionally put their personal family plans on hold to complete medical school.

Planning a family is difficult. There is no perfect sequence of events and there is certainly no instruction manual. Planning a family as a student or professional learner is a balancing act, perhaps even more so than for those with well-established careers. However, with a supportive network and an open mind, it is not impossible to meet both your personal and professional goals. Speaking from my own experience, medical school and the path to it is difficult. That being said, there are many parents who have traversed the road ahead and with it they have left behind some of their wisdom that I would like to share. Read more…

Medical Schools in Alberta

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List of Medical Schools in Canada

This blog lists the medical schools located in Alberta, as well as outlines some features of the province which should be considered by applicants prior to applying to medical school there.

A fast-growing province of over 4 million people, Alberta has 2 major cities, Edmonton and Calgary. Alberta is Canada’s hub of oil and gas production. The warm summers and cold winters, as well as the different terrains, from flat prairies to the mountainous Rockies, allow for a variety of outdoor activities. Alberta is ethnically and linguistically diverse, and would allow for an aspiring physician to practice in a variety of urban and rural settings. Read more…

Medical Schools in Saskatchewan

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List of Medical Schools in Canada

This blog lists the medical schools located in Saskatchewan, as well as outlines some features of the province which should be considered by applicants prior to applying to medical school there.

One of Canada’s prairie provinces, Saskatchewan has a population of just over 1 million people. Saskatchewan also has a significant First Nations population. Saskatchewan is also Canada’s sunniest province! Practicing medicine in Saskatchewan allows a physician to practice in urban and rural settings, as well as with underserved populations. Read more…

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