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While at the Canadian Federation of Medical Students Spring General Meeting, we asked current medical students what advice they would give to new students as they begin their journey?
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While at the Canadian Federation of Medical Students Spring General Meeting, we asked current medical students what piece of advice they wish they had prior to starting medical school?
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While at the Canadian Federation of Medical Students Spring General Meeting, we asked current medical students who was the first person they told when they found out they got into medical school?
Where were you when you found out you got into medical school?
While at the Canadian Federation of Medical Students Spring General Meeting, we asked current medical students where they were when they found out they got into medical school?
Congratulations! You’ve gotten into medical school
Congratulations on getting into medical school, from the Canadian Federation of Medical Students and OnBoardMD.
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