Before anything, on behalf of the entire class of 2023 and the QMed administration, we would like to congratulate you on receiving an interview, what a major accomplishment! The back and forth communication with your references, hours stressing over OMSAS, and time spent on your MCAT have paid off!
This website has been designed by the Class of 2023 to provide you with all the information you’ll need for your interview weekend and time in Kingston – most of us remember our interview weekends well and know what helped make us feel more at ease before our interviews, and what made us fall in love with Kingston.
We will continue to update this website with more information as your interview date approaches and will have information on getting to Kingston, staying in Kingston, the events that happen during the weekends (outside of the time of your interview), facts about Kingston, Queen’s Medicine and our unparalleled student life. We recommend that you bookmark this page and visit it regularly to stay up-to-date, any updates will be highlighted in the announcements below.
If you have any questions (regarding your trip to Kingston, Queen's medicine, the interview weekends or anything else) please do not hesitate to contact us at email@example.com. We are here to help and are tremendously excited to meet each and every one of you! Even if we do not have the answers, we can put you in contact with the person who will be able to give you the information you need.
Please take a look at our official welcome letter here.
Good luck with your preparations, we can’t wait to meet you!
Your friends and future colleagues in the Class of 2023
As you all know, the second interview weekend is online this year, and will therefore be different than it was supposed to in many ways. While candidates primarily come to visit Kingston for their interview, we know that it is an opportunity to see Kingston, the medical building, and to meet students who can speak to the qualities of the school including the curriculum, opportunities, and community. We are working on making a couple resources for applicants to compensate at least a little bit for the missed opportunity.
Keep an eye out for a virtual tour of the medical building and the talk typically given at interview weekend on Student Perspectives on Queen's Med.
As always, if you have any questions feel free to email firstname.lastname@example.org