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  1. Premeds, I am considering returning to uni for the completion of two courses, intro biochem and intro organic chem. This would be in preparation for the MCAT, and for having a better grasp on the material I can expect to encounter on it. However, can anyone speak to attending an MCAT prep course without these pre-reqs behind them, and then still writing a decent grade on the MCAT? ~studious
  2. May I ask if you are a student at Queens, or know anyone who was successful this way (entrance after 90 credits) ?
  3. Yeh thats correct. 90 of 120 credits completed and planning to keep re-applying. This said, I agree with your second statement - may be a tough-go trying to explain not finishing it off. Thanks for your advice. Just to re-affirm, the early acceptance is for those superstar applications? Could you give me some idea of what that is, im guessing you are a student at Mac?
  4. Has anyone gained entrance into Queens without completing their 4th year of undergrad, in other words- gained admission with solely 90 credits ? Further, has anyone out there repetitively applied with solely the 3 years of undergrad and significant, health related workplace experience (and been accepted)?
  5. Has anyone gained entrance into McMaster without completing their 4th year of undergrad, in other words- gained admission with solely 90 credits ? Further, has anyone out there repetitively applied with solely the 3 years of undergrad and significant, health related workplace experience?
  6. Hello all, New here, Wondering if the geographical status for in-province applicants includes living in ONT for 3 years cumulatively? IE: If I have lived in ONT for 1 year, moved away, then moved back for another 2 years by the time I would step into the white coat at Mac, would I be considered an in-province applicant? Also, how scrutinized is this? IE: how would I prove this to the admissions board?
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