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  1. It's definitely doable as the 47 bus comes pretty often and it drops you off right on campus. I know a bunch of friends who were commuting, but it depends on your personal preference and how far you are from the Burlington GO station
  2. There's Toronto available on September 11th if you're a bit flexible with the date! Also, would you mind letting me know if you switch out of the August 21 date? I'm looking to switch mine as well. Thanks
  3. I spoke to someone who got into the program in August before, so it's probably a good sign that they didn't hear back with a rejection. I think that means they're on the waiting list.
  4. This is a good starting point for comparing nationally: http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/qc/job_futures/statistics/3141.shtml http://www.servicecanada.gc.ca/eng/qc/job_futures/statistics/3143.shtml
  5. This is slightly off-topic, but still pertaining to grad school ECs. I'm debating between doing an exchange for the program I was accepted to, versus staying in Canada and completing some long-er term ECs. I already have some long-term and strong ECs from my undergrad, so I'm leaning more towards doing the 4-month exchange. However, I'm scared that this will limit the ECs I can be involved in compared to my undergrad. What do you guys think/Am I overthinking this?
  6. I don't think I've heard of that before. I understand why it wouldn't be included, but at the same time, it involves you being involved in a research project of your own, so I'm not sure why you wouldn't include it.
  7. I was wondering the same thing but for course-based masters. I was heavily involved during undergrad in a variety of things I enjoy, but I'm worried I won't have any ECs since my masters is course-based with no TA-ing or thesis components. Any suggestions on where to start?
  8. Here's the analysis: https://www.aamc.org/students/download/434504/data/percentilenewmcat.pdf
  9. Im with Virgin Mobile and with Canada-wide calling, it's not a problem at all. I'm from Toronto and I have a 416 number but I use it in Hamilton and I've never been charged long-distance calls. I'm sure other companies have something similar, so it may be a good idea to shop around.
  10. They won't know until the analysis from the April/May exams are done. They said June 16th would be the date of release, I believe.
  11. This is an awesome initiative. Thanks for taking the time to do it!
  12. Thanks, but I meant for the Class of 2016. I guess no one has created one yet
  13. You may be able to get in if you spin it as a volunteer position in the email
  14. Just got my offer as well and I was wondering if there is a facbeook group or anyway to connect to current students to ask about the program, exchange, specializations, etc.
  15. Emailing always works, you just might have to be a bit patient. Also, in terms of sending emails to profs about a potential position, does anyone have any tips of what to include/not include in an email to increase the likelihood that you actually get a reply?
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