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  1. Thank you so much everyone! I've registered for Athabasca's course
  2. Yay! Do you have a screenshot or something? I'm a little paranoid haha
  3. Does anyone know if either BIOL3131 at Thompson Rivers University or CHEM301 at Athabasca counts for the biochemistry requirement? I'm working full time and this is the last course I need so I'd like to be able to take it online. The withdrawal deadline for the in-person course I'm in right now is this Friday.... I've called and emailed and no response. Thank you in advance!
  4. Thank you two for the feedback! I am involved with the LGBTQ2S+ community in other capacities, so I might do what you said Instagrammar!
  5. I've attended Pride for many years - would it be a bad idea to put it as an activity? It would tie in with my other activities as well. Being queer is part of my identity, and it's shaped me as a person. I think it paints a better picture of who I am. Just looking for insight as to how it might seem to admissions. Would it seem like I'm just trying to fill a space? Any thoughts are appreciated
  6. Finishing up at uO. Your degree does not matter at all. Take the program that will give you the highest GPA, don't worry about how the program sounds, or its future potential if med doesn't work out. GPA is basically the #1 most important thing in Canadian admissions. Take the program with the courses you're most interested in. Pretty sure you need calculus for biology and biomed, but for biomed, I believe you can take BPS2110 (pharmaceuticals) instead of physics. Keep in mind that you can also do a major in biology with a minor in something else etc. There are lots of degree combinations but if your goal is med, GPA is key and your program doesn't matter. Hope that helps :)
  7. Hello! I'm doing my undergrad and I'm really interested in medicine, but I need a lot of sleep. My question is, especially for those in clerkship - how much sleep do you get, and if you were better at managing your time, how much more sleep could you realistically get? And how much do residents get? Thanks in advance.
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