I have so much to do with applying to medical school this year - and even though I still have like 2 months to do it, I know I need to get on it...I've made a start, but I would rather be "done" and have time for last minute things I forgot about rather than realize when its too late*.
1. Letters of recommendation - draft all 3, as all 3 of my "recommenders" want an outline and points about myself that I want mentioned. I hate this, it seems a bit unfair but I hear its very common. It honestly makes me question the purpose of these letters.
2. Contact all the verifiers for my extra curricular activities and see if they are willing to verify that I participated in said activity.
3. Start drafting my essay responses for the universities I plan to apply to. I think this I will enjoy the most.
4. Refine my list of extra curricular activities - I think I need to cull the list a bit and only focus on relevant stuff.
5. Keep studying for the MCAT. I'm happy to report that my verbal marks keep getting stronger and stronger with each attempt. Hurray!
6. Contact the out of province university I did courses for and order my transcripts and makes sure that they get delivered to OMSAS.
7. Register for my 1.5 worth of credits for U of T - though with the MCAT cut-offs, this is going to be a LONNNNGGG shot.
* I wonder how many people miss the application deadline every year because of stupid mistakes?