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  1. Recently got accepted into HSP Neuroscience at Western for 2nd year. There's not much information about the specialization online, so I was hoping someone here could fill any gaps. I was in Med Sci (BMSc) and I'm not sure if I should continue with that or switch to Neurosci. Putting all interest in neuroscience aside, how easy is it to get a high GPA in the program? Any courses I should be wary of? Any benefits in 3rd and 4th year? Are courses more application or memory intensive? Thanks in advance!
  2. Recently got accepted into HSP Neuroscience at Western for 2nd year. There's not much information about the specialization online, so I was hoping someone here could fill any gaps. I was in Med Sci (BMSc) and I'm not sure if I should continue with that or switch to Neurosci. Putting all interest in neuroscience aside, how easy is it to get a high GPA in the program? Any courses I should be wary of? Any benefits in 3rd and 4th year? Are courses more application or memory intensive? Thanks in advance!
  3. I've been debating between these two courses for the past 2 days and can't come to a conclusion. I'm looking for the easier course (as bad as it sounds) because I have a packed schedule and would appreciate a break. Should I take Classics 1000 with Steinbock (11:30 am - 12:30 pm on M,W,F) or Lamari (7 pm - 10 pm on T)? I prefer taking it in the morning but I've heard that Lamari is easier. Should I take psych 1000 with Mike instead of Classics 1000? Thanks in advance!
  4. I have been admitted to the following programs, and I'm trying to decide which program to enter: Western Medical Science McGill Life Science/Biomedical McMaster Life Science Queen's Science University of Guelph Biomedical Sciences York U Kin/Life Science I've looked at the courses of all the programs above, and I love them all. I wouldn't mind campus environment, scenery, and location. So I guess I'm just asking which program has the best student to professor ratio and is the easiest to achieve a high GPA. My end goal is med school (LOL, like everyone). Currently, I'm leaning towards Western's Medical Science, but I'm turned off by the extremely large class numbers and high student to professor ratios. I also applied to McMaster Health Science and iSci, but sadly got rejected from both So if there are alumni, current students, or anyone else who knows about the programs, please help me out. THANK YOU FOR HELPING A CONFUSED PRE-PREMED P.S: I understand that you can get into med school from any degree and school, but I would like a low student to professor ratio.
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