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  1. If those classes are part of your basis of admission degree and you have NOT yet graduated, then they will count for both prereq GPA and pre-interview. If you have completed your degree, then these courses will solely be used for post-MMI purposes.
  2. dreamteam22

    French as first language

    same here with finals, let's link up after anytime! Good luck
  3. dreamteam22

    French as first language

    Congrats! Shoot me a message. Would love to meet you in August when we start!
  4. Little late, but was overwhelmed with the joy and excitment during the day. Result: ADMITTED WITH CONDITION Sci GPA: approx 3.60 --> after retaking several courses. 6th application, 3rd interview - DO NOT GIVE UP.
  5. Is anyone still further review required? I am.
  6. Please dont call it will slow the process, let them work.
  7. ITS SO ODDD
  8. if your science GPA was 3.10 and you were WL, that's pretty good MMI performance ... congrats on the WL
  9. Stil further review but I heard of acceptances coming out as well.
  10. this is really brutal ... i am so nauseous
  11. it's coming out today. A friend was refused.
  12. OK but is it even coming out today? ... so silent
  13. I think what Bambi is trying to say (and correct me if I'm wrong), is that this a long arduous process for some. I have applied 6 times to medicine at McGill and have received 3 interviews (including this cycle). After each rejection (pre MMI or post MMI), I have constantly tried to improve my application each cycle (whether that's completing more undergrads/education, retaking classes such as basic sciences, improving and reflecting on myself). It's okay to feel sad and discouraged, but don't let this feeling make you feel like you cannot become a physician. It's much easier said than done but I encourage you to take some time to go through your emotions, get back up and continue persevering if this is what you truly believe you want to do. Should you need to complete an undergraduate degree (if the French schools don't work out this cycle), then I encourage you to reflect a lot and do things you love and are passionate about. From experience, McGill seems to appreciate and invite students with a holistic applications /well-rounded. Although my grades weren't super competitive, my Casper and CV have significantly helped me get to interview stage in recent years. I wish you all the best of luck in your French interviews!
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