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  1. I'm assuming the CASPer, last year I got interviewed with a weaker ABS/GPA.
  2. Did anyone else get a paragraph in their rejection emails saying they might get a call should an interview spot be available ?
  3. Rejection Time Stamp: 1:10ish Location: IP Stream: French wGPA: 3.93 Current year: 4th year UG
  4. Better pack your sunscreen, Ross is waiting for you !
  5. Sure, with a good CASPer everything is possible. Give it a shot
  6. Anything from anyone who applied to the uOttawa french stream?
  7. unfortunately a condition that my PI set when he hired me was that I'd stay and do my summer internship with him regardless of what happens with med admissions so I can't go back on my word and quit haha
  8. Waiting on uOttawa here ! Who else is taking the day off if they receive good news ?
  9. Nope, just be proficient enough to complete your casper and communicate well at the interview in french.
  10. Hi OP, I agree with both the advice above. If I may add, I also suggest asking your prof if you can review your exam and possibly argue a point or two - depending on the weighting associated with it, it should get you the additional 0.25%.
  11. hey ! I'm in the Ottawa region and is interested in some help. Could you PM me the details?
  12. Invite Time Stamp: 12:20 AM Location: IP Stream: French wGPA: 3.87 Current year: Third year UG ECs: Pretty average ; hospital volunteering, few clubs ranging from high school to second year, jobs, no research Casper: Did not prep really heavily, just increased my typing speed a little and developed a good answering strategy using free sample Qs. Left out the third Q blank in 2-3 scenarios, otherwise felt good about my answers.
  13. Speak to the TA and ask why you're losing marks. If they refuse to answer or you believe their marking is unfair, go speak to the prof. I understand where you're coming from in your frustration, but TAs (at my institution at least) don't take marks off, let alone give you a flat 0 on a question for no good reason. Also don't take their late answers to your email personally, they're busy people ! Good luck !
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