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  1. @swtomd I have just sent you a message regarding this.
  2. Thank you @MEDusa for sharing this. It was very helpful. I am one of the people who was refused post-interview so this message resonates with me deeply.
  3. Hello I live at York University and would be very interested in something on campus here. Let me know if that works for you.. I think I can book rooms in the library here. Sidrah
  4. I was in a similar situation and called them today about it. They said to just upload it in the system through Minerva. Edit: Just log into Minerva and it says "Upload New Version" beside your College/University transcript section. Use that to upload a new transcript. hope this helps!
  5. I wrote the exam on the 23rd too but have not received any such email.
  6. Thank you @HoopDreams I guess "one must be a member of a professional order" are key terms here.
  7. Hello I have double major degree in BFA/BA in Film production and computer science. Would the computer science degree portion be considered a professional degree for McGill Medical School purposes. Any comp sci people here who have applied and have been their degree considered a professional degree? My program (at York) is accredited by CIPS (Canadian Information Processing Society). Any ideas?
  8. Thank you cardiomed for your response. I had written to Mcgill last week and I heard from them today stating that in my case they would ask that I complete the extenuating circumstances information with my application. I am not sure what this means for other candidates who do the first degree on part-time basis but I suppose this is done on a case by case basis. Perhaps you could confirm with them regarding your situation too?
  9. Hello... First time posting here with a question. If I finished my first degree (120 credits) with 1.5 years doing part-time (due to illness and family issues) and thus completing it in 5 years (more than what it should have taken had I taken it fulltime), will McGill consider my second undergrad degree? (I am doing second undergrad to boost my gpa and am concerned that I needed to be completely full time in my first degree to have the second one counted)... Thanks for your help!
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