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  1. I've heard the same thing regarding Queen's 2019 class. Apparently they were all (or very high majority) off the waitlist, except the ones that came through the high school program that Queen's has implemented. Source: I know a couple people who got off the waitlist for that year.
  2. I am in the middle of completing a professional MSc with research as well, and had the same question. This is the response I got from the U of T admin when I asked a few months ago. "Unless you have substantial research productivity (usually, a minimum of one first author publication), you would more likely be assessed as an undergraduate i.e. the competitive minimum is currently in the region of 3.8. Each graduate case is assessed based on the application materials submitted but the academic CV is really what determines eligibility for a graduate review" Hope that helps!
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