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  1. Here is the answer you are looking for! Straight from their site. 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). https://www.mcgill.ca/medadmissions/applying/selection-process/academic-evaluation
  2. Hello, I've been recently invited to the McGill medicine interviews however I am a little worried about my basic science gpa which is a 3.6. I'm wondering if anyone has had any success entering McGill with a gpa around that number, thanks!
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