CASper, MCCEE, CDM, QE1

CASPer, MCCEE, QE, USMLE courses brought to you by Medical Education Advising www.medschooliMG.com

All course participants receive a $200 package CV editing and enhancement and statement, as well as preferred rate for interview prep with Medical Education Advising consultants- the most successful advising company in Canada see success stories at http://www.medschoolimg.com/success-stories-residency-imgs-and-csas

 

  1. CASPer test prep
  • September 20 from 6pm to 9 pm
  • All test structure, tips, strategies, what they are looking for and individual practice
  • Cost $100
  • In class interactive session or live class on Skype
  1. Psychiatry for MCCEE, MCCQE1, USMLE step 2CK and 3 USMLE

Preparing for Canadian or US medical exams? Join us each week on Saturday and Sunday start at any time and complete the prep cycle in 2 months

  • Psychiatry September 23 and 24 10.30am-8:00pm (Standard Eastern Time)
  • $125 for each day
  • In class interactive session or live class on Skype
  • The best prep course for one of the highest yield section
  1. CDM/QE1 (Also recommended for EE, Step 2 CK and Step 3)

October 7 and 8  from 10.30am to 8:00pm (Standard Eastern Time)

$250 for both days day

In class interactive session or  live class on Skype

General info about the CDM section

Guiding applicants how to go through this part of the test

Sample questions

Intensive review of the high-yield topics for the QE1 with the highest focus on the CDM part

 

For registration for these courses  email to info@medscholiMG.com

Location Yonge and King near King subway

NOTE: If you are not interested to attend, please pass this on to a friend who may benefit

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MEA student accepted into Australian medical school

First Australian med school applicant from MEA! Congratulations to Aneesha Ghosh the first graduate of Medical Education Advising postbaccalaureate prerequisites program http://www.medschoolimg.com to be accepted into medical school in Australia! Aneesha studied at McMaster for her undergraduate and took a short postbac with us, she led our Therapeutic role of dance campaign and the global health project in India. We are so proud of you!