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  1. Hi everyone, Based on previous years, is a 510 MCAT good enough for the total cutoff score to be invited to an interview? Or has it always been 512?
  2. Hi everyone, I'm currently enrolled in a 1-year course-based masters program, and I'm applying to UofT this cycle. From my understanding, UofT requires a letter from the department informing them that I will have completed my graduate program by June 30th. Does anyone know where I'm supposed to submit the letter? Do I just fill out the Toronto Grad Supervisor form (in the referees section of OMSAS) with the graduate program department info and then have the department send the letter to UofT through the email link provided? Thank you very much for any help in advance!
  3. Thanks for the info, Donald! Do you also know if there is a cut-off score for Casper that has to be met to be considered for the interview, or are all three components (GPA, Casper, and sketch) weighted and an overall score determined?
  4. If you took 9 courses, wouldn't that be 27 credits in a 30 credit system? (9 courses * 3 credits/course) = 27
  5. Looking at the interview invite/reject thread from last year, some invites have different timestamps so I'm assuming they don't come out all at once.
  6. Hey, I emailed uoft admissions regarding this exact question and they said that as long as you take the non-degree courses on a part-time basis (up to 2 courses per term), then the non-degree courses will not count toward your wgpa and you will not lose your eligibility for weighting. Hope that answers your question!
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