Little Sib Survey (for the Class of 2017)
Congratulations and welcome to the UVM College of Medicine community! As a part of your first-year experience, we match up each first year student with a second year medical student who can hopefully offer some insight into our lives as medical students. Get excited for a challenging, rewarding, and fun academic year.
Full Name
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Age:
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Gender:
You would like to be matched with a Big Sib who is:
Hometown:
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Previous Career(s):
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Alma Mater(s):
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Degrees Earned:
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Where are you planning on living?
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What will be your living situation this coming year (living with family, roommates, significant other, pets, etc)?
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What about living in Vermont are you most looking forward to?
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What would you do with a free weekend?
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How would you describe your study style?
Do you prefer to study on your own or in a group?
on my own
Are you planning on attending most lectures or podcasting?
Hobbies:
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Medical specialty interests:
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Some Little Sibs want a lot of support from their Big Sibs throughout the first year of medical school, others prefer to handle the year independently. Please select any of the following roles you would like your Big Sib to fulfill. We will try to ensure that you are placed with a Big Sib who has the same expectations for your pairing.
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If you know any current second year students student who you would like to be matched with please list your preference(s) here:
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In order to optimize your match, please select up to 3 of the most important factors you would like us to consider in matching you. We will attempt to find a Big Sib who best fits what you have highlighted as important.
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Do you mind having some of your answers to this survey given to your Big Sib?
If you wouldn’t mind including your contact information, please list email, phone number, or any other preferred method of contact for your Big Sib:
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