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The basis of admission degree is the undergraduate degree and the cumulative grade point average (CGPA) is the primary measure of degree performance. A candidate’s academic background is weighted at 70% during the prescreening process. Within this 70% academic score, 90% is based on the undergraduate CGPA and 10% is based on academic context. The assessment of an applicant's academic context consists of (a) the progression of difficulty of coursework, ( post-bachelor's academics and © the recognition of professional degree programs (i.e.: programs that lead to the practice of a profession for which one must be a member of a professional order).