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  1. I was worried about this too since now they merged NTP applicants with the regular stream which would make it more competitive.
  2. Hi Jero123, First of all, have a deep breath and do not worry too much. If your proof of residency papers were not good, they would have contacted you and told you exactly what you would be missing. Also, have you looked on the table with all the items ? (picture attached). It should say QC residency verified. As long as that there, it's perfect. If you want to have a peace of mind, you can always contact the admission and make sure everything is in order. Good luck !
  3. They take your score in % and use it for the GPA conversion without looking at your R-score. https://www.mcgill.ca/medadmissions/applying/requirements/elements/maaw Download the user guide pdf on this page. It has a section for Cégep grade conversion.
  4. It might take you another few years in university, but don't give up if this is really what you want!!!! You'll see how fast it goes by
  5. Jan the 15th and yes, u can submit the unofficial transcript
  6. Because silly me forgot to upload a document in support of my QC residency.
  7. oh it makes sense ! the person who contacted me had RD as initials. thank's for the info
  8. What is written on the left, under the requirement column of the same line ? Mine is fine now it's written Quebec residency verified
  9. I'm an IP applicant, and usually when the Quebec residency is verified I see the code "QCVF". Now I see RD,does anyone know what it means ?
  10. Mine were contacted last year post-interview and I still got rejected ( my total ranking was 18 spots away from the last waitlisted person as my science pre-req GPA is very weak). It is not really a reference that they give, but more of a verification that your CV inputs are true. In other meanings, even if your verifiers give amazing feedback about you, it won't impact the way your file will be evaluated. All that been said, if they contacted your verifiers, it could probably mean that you have a really good CV, which is a good thing . Good luck to you, and I hope you will hear positive news in January
  11. https://www.mcgill.ca/medadmissions/fr/postuler/exigences/elements/preuve-de-citoyennete-ou-de-residence I think the first situation applies to you. So I think yes
  12. Est-ce possible que tu as également coché MD-PhD et non MDCM régulier ? c'est le seul programme pour lequel les lettres de référence sont requises. EDIT: je viens de voir l'EDIT :p
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