Medical Education Programs NACOSCE MCCQE USMLE

Confused about application to CaRMS residency? Do not know where yo get information for practice ready or MLPIMG programs in Canada? How to go about MCCQE1,2 or NACOSCE? Should you do USMLEs and PLAB??? Never hear of CASper or MMI? What can you do to be successful? Where to take a clinical research or telemedicine short courses for a great value? Come to Medical Education Programs in Canada and USA’s midtown Toronto campus and learn all you need to set up yourself on a path to success! We are the number one course and advising company in Canada and the only one stop hub for all courses and advising for residency matching and practice ready: NACOSCE, MCCQE1,2 USMLE1-3, TDM, CASPer, PLAB, ACLS, BLS, CPR, telemedicine, clinical research and other bridge programs for IMGs. See some of our success stories and join our advising sessions to become one of them at https://www.medschoolimg.com/img-success-storiesThe workshop will take place on Monday January 21st from 6:30 to 8:30 pm at our state of the art location at Yonge and Sheppard in Hullmark Corporate Centre at 4773 Yonge street, 5th floor unit 5 (2 subway line entrances in the building, free parking on side streets and 1 min from 401). Space is very limited so RSVP at rosilverman@gmail.com with your name, phone number, school and year of graduation. Please bring a valid ID for confirmation (647)877-1924
We are also the only institution in North America to offer accredited courses and advising from medical school summer camp to residency matching. We offer the only accredited premedical and postbaccalaureate program with 120 medical school partners.
6:30 Intro 6:35 Tips on how to approach the residency interview with Drs Silverman who have helped IMGs and CSAs and premedical students for over 20 years 7:00-7:15 NACOSCE demo (NACOSCE course Tuesday and Wednesdays) 7:15-7:30 MCCQE1 demo (QE1 course Saturday and Sunday) 7:30-7:40 TDM demo7:40-7:55 PLAB demo7:55-8:05 ACLS demo8:05-8:15 clinical research and telemedicineclinical research course 2 h a week for 8 weeks, free CV, statement, cover letter, interview prep, networking, research , poster, publication, internship, job search support, reference letters8:15-8:25 CASPer

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Congratulations

Congratulations to Medical Education Programs in Canada and USA http://www.medschoolimg.com postbaccalaureate ! We officially reached over 3 million dollars in scholarships from our partner medical schools from 2014-2018!!!!! Our students who completed prerequisites with us and/or increased their GPA: David who got into Rutgers dental school in USA, Maral who got into Temple dental school in USA, Annum got into med school in Saba, Angelica got USD 80,000 scholarship from SGU, Anita got into med school in AUA with USD 25,000 scholarship. Anita and Angeliqua helped us reach the 3 million dollars mark! Olena, Olesya transferred their predental 92 credits with us into 3rd year of BSc in USA!!
And another amazing success Umida, our client IMG matched in internal medicine in New York! It was a pleasure to help her with her application and interview.

Congratulations Medical Education Programs in Canada and USA

Congratulations to Medical Education Programs in Canada and USA http://www.medschoolimg.com postbaccalaureate ! We officially reached over 3 million dollars in scholarships from our partner medical schools from 2014-2018!!!!! Our students who completed prerequisites with us and/or increased their GPA: David who got into Rutgers dental school in USA, Maral who got into Temple dental school in USA, Annum got into med school in Saba, Angelica got USD 80,000 scholarship from SGU, Anita got into med school in AUA with USD 25,000 scholarship. Anita and Angeliqua helped us reach the 3 million dollars mark! Olena, Olesya transferred their predental 92 credits with us into 3rd year of BSc in USA!!
And another amazing success Umida, our client IMG matched in internal medicine in New York! It was a pleasure to help her with her application and interview.

Predental postbac program success

2 success stories in a day for our predental students! Congratulation to our postbac students David and Maral who were accepted in Dental Schools in USA this week. If you need to update you application or are on a waiting list increase your chances of being accepted with Medical Education Programs postbaccalaureate program http://www.medschoolimg.com Even 1 or a few courses can make the difference between another year of application versus an acceptance. We offer over 24 postbaccalaureate courses that you can chose from, research, teaching and many other extracurricular activities to create a stellar update letter that can move you up the waiting list! This is David during an immunology lab (one of the few prerequisite courses he took with us!

Interview CaRMS insight

“Did you know that 79% of people that fail to get a residency offer from their interview did so because they did not avoid a trap that was set by the Interviewers?
Interviewers need to find the best candidates and , and they do this by getting rid of the poor candidates one at a time.
How do they do this? By setting traps to trip you up and take you out of the running”. Last minute thoughts about the interview for FM CARMS interview from Medical Education Programs in Canada and USA -the expert in interview preparation for FMGs and CSAS since 1996 . Find out why we are the best prep company in Canada from the extensive list of our success stories examples https://www.medschoolimg.com/img-success-storiesFMG candidates are busy polishing their answers however they tend to copy answers from the wrong sources either tailored for CSAs -who studied in Ireland, Australian or Caribbean schools and have a total different experience and selling points or from human resources type/ government agencies. They do not even understand that many questions are traps for invalidating their understanding of CanMed roles such as giving the wrong dose as a mistake for an example of a case where they made a mistake or having the communication as their main strength and they actually have poor communication compared to the CSA who appropriately said that. The answers in the negative questions are most of the time a total disaster especially example when you were criticized, had a conflict, did not solve the case etc. Being told that the negative impact will be neutralized by explaining what you learned from the experience and how you will avoid next time is alway required but IT DOES NOT remove the impression that the candidate does not meet the CAN Med roles or have the necessary personal attributes of a good family physician. Empathy can not be learned if you did not show it initially, critical thinking putting the correct diagnostic or giving the wrong treatment will bot be forgotten if your mistake is too big! The last days should be used to avoid the traps of the interview. “Lack of confidence is a common mistake. There is a delicate balance between having confidence and being arrogant. No one knows your background better than you. Be proud of your accomplishments and don’t be shy when telling your story. Your handshake and initial interaction will be the “first impression” that the interviewer will have regarding your self-confidence. Believe in yourself!”Focus on accomplishments and specific experience that demonstrate you are the right person for the job” rather than on copied answers from a friend who got in the system or an answer that a prep company gave to you. They might have shared the same example with 20 others who are able to sell it more believable than you do!. Your answers should be your own answers!
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QUESTIONS followed by what they REALLY want to find out
WHAT THEY WANT TO KNOW????
#Q1 What was your class standing?
What they want to find outHow do you differentiate from the others , why should they choose you How smart are you?
How hard did you work?
#2 Which supervisors have you found it easiest or most difficult to work with, and why? What they want to find outAre you adaptable? Will you be easy to work with or a pain in the …..
#3 Give me an example of a time when you had to do more than what was required in your job. Did you work on any special projects?
What they want to find outDo you have initiative?be careful not too look that you will revolutionize the hospital:)
#4 What hobbies do you have?
What they want to find outAre you creative?
What kind of person are you?collaborator or single wolf
#5
Do you ever find that you need to make exceptions to certain rules or policies? Give me an example of when you had to do this, and why.
What they want to find outDo you have integrity?
How do you determine when flexibility is required?
#6
What are some of the tougher problems you faced in previous jobs? At what point did you ask for assistance? To whom did you go? What they want to find outCan you persevere in hard times?
How do you deal with real challenges?
#7
In school or in a previous job, how did you convince other people to accept your ideas? How persuasive are you?
#8
Do you consider yourself successful? What makes you think you can sell successfully? How do you feel when you get rejected? What they want to find outAre you self-confident?
#9
Can you give me a recent example of a time when you had to get your point across to different people? What approach did you take? Can you give me an example of a time when you had to convince your manager or co-worker about a new idea? What they want to find outHow well can you communicate?
#10
Describe a typical day on your job. What they want to find outLevel and complexity of work assignments
#11
Explain how you fit into your department. To whom did you report? What they want to find outExtent of responsibility
#12
What other departments did you work with in your previous job? Tell me about those relationships. What they want to find outOrganisational cooperation
#13
How hard or easy is it for you to handle multiple priorities simultaneously? Tell me how you accomplish this. What they want to find out How organised are you?
#14
Can you tell me a little about yourself? (Pretty boring and used by sooo many interviewers, but beware!) The Interviewer is testing your ability to interact with others.#15
What are your greatest weaknesses? (Be careful – don’t fill your answers with fluff or what you think the interviewer wants to hear.) The interviewer wants to find out how honest you are and how you deal with obstacles. be genuine and talk about YOUR weakness talking about what others told you to say will just make it worse Do not use any that invalidate CANMED roles
#16
Where do you see yourself in 5 years?. (Boring! But beware as it is often a trap question. However, it is not asked to test your loyalty. It’s more about your structural behavior.) They really want to know about your career plans and what you have planned for yourself otherwise
#17
Why do you want to get the residency here? (another frustrating one, but ensure to answer this one well!) The Interviewer gauges your interest in the position and your real motives for applying.
#18
How would your co-worker describe you? They are not interested in your little white lies. They’re trying to see how you think others view you.
#19
Why did you leave such a great opportunity in your country ? They are checking if it could happen to them if they hire you. Getting PR, getting married, and many other answers are just emphasizing your opportunistic side
#20
Do you have any questions? (This one is important!!) Checking if you actually paid attention during the interview
#21
What kind of work are you looking for? Interviewer crosschecks how genuine your application is
#22
Can you explain the gap in your resume?One of the biggest trap Are you a job hopper or long term unemployed
#23
Wouldn’t this job represent a step down for you? they are afraid you’ll not feel comfortable in another residency 20 years after your first
#24
How would you explain our organisation’s mission? (Careful with your answer! Everyone checks the About section but…) How much do you think you fit into the company?
#25
What are your strengths? How have you used your strengths to add value to your previous employers.

Congratulations MEdical Education Programs

Congratulations to more Medical Education Programs in Canada and USA https://www.medschoolimg.com/ premed and postbac alumni who got in med schools with 100% acceptance and 2.9 million dollars in scholarships form our partner medical schools: Romaisa was accepted to transfer our 1 year 92 credit premedical program into a 3rd year BSc in USa in 3 universities in USA, Pennsylvania and Seattle with USD 32000 scholarships Foluke got into SGU with USD 63,000, Nalini got in SGU with USD 72, 000 scholarship, Sanya completed our 92 credit prevet program and transferred into Texas Tech U 3rd year BSc! So proud of you! We still wait for more amazing news from our premed and postbac programs who finished our programs in December!