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  1. Does anyone know if you absolutely need to go to ServicePoint to get your sworn statement stamped/signed by the Commission of Oaths? (I am not in Montreal right now) Thanks for your help!
  2. Time Stamp: 11:40am Invite! cGPA: 3.68 (didn't think I'd get an interview at Mac because of this) VR: 129 CASPer: Went well I think IP, MSc candidate
  3. Hi, I was wondering if you had any rules of thumb for deciding whether or not an applicant should submit their MCAT scores? For reference, my cGPA is 3.71 and I'm applying as an in-province student. I've written the MCAT 3 times, and my most recent score is on the new MCAT version: Total: 518 (97%) with breakdown of CP:130 (97%) CARS: 129 (93%) B/B: 128 (87%) P/S: 131(98%) I'm concerned with what McGill stated on its website "Competitive applicants tend not to have written the MCAT more than two times and have generally achieved a minimum overall numeric score of 30 (for 2014 version or earlier)." since this is my 3rd MCAT writing. What are your thoughts? Would submitting my MCAT scores help my application?
  4. My cGPA is 3.71 and I'm applying as an in-province student. I've written the MCAT 3 times, each time getting better, and my most recent score is on the new MCAT version: Total: 518 (97%) with breakdown of CP:130 (97%) CARS: 129 (93%) B/B: 128 (87%) P/S: 131(98%) I'm undecided on whether or not my MCAT score will help my application/be competitive enough to submit? Also I'm concerned with what McGill stated on its website "Competitive applicants tend not to have written the MCAT more than two times and have generally achieved a minimum overall numeric score of 30 (for 2014 version or earlier)." since this is my 3rd MCAT writing. What do people think? Any insight would be greatly appreciated!
  5. Chenoa - I was wondering if you could share any feedback you got from your classmates who chose different "fields of interest"? I'm a bit stuck between a few different fields that I'd be interested in. Do you know of any pros/cons of the different fields? I like the sounds of the Global Health Management and Global Diseases fields, but I am also really interested in going to Maastricht. If I go to Maastricht though, I'm not sure which field I'd like better - "Implementing innovations on a Global Scale" or "Globalization and Development", cause they sound pretty similar.. What do you think?
  6. Hi, I just received my offer for Global Health today (yup pretty late!), and I will be applying for medicine for the following year. Should I be worried about not finishing this masters degree in time? For example, UfT med's website says: "Applications from graduate students who will not be completing their degree requirements by June 30 in the proposed year of entry will not be considered; this policy is strictly enforced" Basically, will doing Global Health (course-based option) this year limit the number of med schools that might consider me for the following year? Thanks for any help/personal experience you can provide!
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