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Arielle

Accepted From: MSc

Interview Experience:

NOSM

University of Manitoba

 

Coach Bio

 

Hi! My name is Arielle and I am an Indigenous medical student at the Max Rady College of Medicine at UofM. I have completed an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Biology (B.Sc.), a second undergraduate degree in Psychology (B.A.), and a Master’s degree in Biology – Cellular Biology (M.Sc.) all with Laurentian University. It’s safe to say, I love to learn.

As an Indigenous medical student, I offer a unique perspective to interview preparation and approaching both MMI and panel-style questions through a holistic lens. What does this mean for you and how might my approach benefit your interview preparation, you might ask? Given the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s push for Indigenous culture to be incorporated into medical training across Canada, it is incredibly important for you to have an understanding about Indigenous culture, practices, and most importantly how the social determinants of health drive health disparities for minority populations, including Indigenous peoples.

I am here to help you approach challenging interview questions, to break down the stressful barriers faced during interviews, and to create an environment of trust and understanding. I want to help make you the absolute best candidate possible! Whether you’re struggling with creating a roadmap for answering particular question categories, how to highlight your experiences in the context of the CanMed Roles, or where to even begin (I know – this is an overwhelming experience!) I’m here to be your guide to your acceptance to medical school.

2 thoughts on “Arielle – UofM

  1. Rand says:

    Writing this review truly from my heart…
    Arielle is an excellent and a truly amazing mentor for medical school interviews, she teaches you how to master the stations in a very understandable and professional way. Arielle teaches interview mastery in a very personalized way no matter what weaknesses or strengths you have , whether English is your first or second language, Arielle will guide you to ace the interview with her excellent skills and tips! Also, she’s super super friendly and an extremely lovable person and will even go over time with you sometimes to make sure you that you understand the skills and tips thoroughly! So, if you need a Medcoach, definitely go with Arielle!

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  2. MacC says:

    Arielle is such a kind person and a wonderful interview prep coach! The advice and feedback she gave me during our session was so helpful. She worked with me to develop a framework and structure for answering questions which was very insightful. She also followed up with additional practice questions and resources to help me prepare further. I would definitely book a session with Arielle if you need any help with the interview process! 🙂

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