SA95 got a reaction from masterofnone in 2 Year Wgpa
Hello! I tried to email Queen's Admissions to get a clear and accurate response but however, they were unable to provide me with further clarification. I am hoping that I'll receive some clear answers here!
My question is: If I take additional courses (i.e Athabasca University) after the completion of my undergraduate degree, will the courses that I take count towards my 2 Year WGPA EVEN IF these courses are individual undergraduate courses that DO NOT count towards an additional degree or towards my completed degree? As long as these courses:
- Fulfill the requirement for full-time study (3-5 courses per semester)
- Completed between September to April
I plan on taking additional courses according to these guidelines however, because there is no formal term structure to follow, I would plan on simply taking these courses according to the following format:
- 3 to 5 courses between September to December
- 3 to 5 courses between January to April
I apologize if this question has been asked already! I was going through the forum and was unable to find the answer to this specific question.
Thank you in advance!
SA95 reacted to hollyjolly in Accepted/Rejected/Waitlisted??? (for current applicants)
Accepted to Hamilton Campus
Timestamp: 10:58 am
Total GPA: 3.30
Casper: Felt pretty neutral.. I did lots of prep. Honestly felt kinda meh about it, I had felt better in previous years, but clearly it went well!
Interview: Felt good, most of the questions felt like easy answers but again so hard to say.
Mostly posting this so you other low GPAs out there can see - kill the MCAT, kill Casper, and it can be done!!!!
SA95 reacted to tiel in Kaplan Mcat Online Course Plan Takeover
I've registered for MCAT course with KAPLAN, but will not be taking it as I already am attending a med school. If anyone wants to take over my plan at a much reduced cost, please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I know this post is not as relevant, so please let me know if it is inappropriate, but I'm not advertising for anything and this is a personal transfer.
SA95 got a reaction from sykern in Queen's 2018 Ama
Hello! I am currently a registered nurse and plan on taking a year off to work as a nurse, gain more experience and hopefully get involved in research, as well as take additional courses. I am wondering if Queen's has a certain perception (for lack of a better term) on nurses applying to medical school?
Also, are there any previous nurses in your class?