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  1. When UofT calculates their wgpa would they round the final score to the nearest hundredth also? Or do they leave it as 3.955
  2. Hi yes I did apply this cycle but it was using my 4 yrs GPA (not listed) as I am currently in 5th yr. All listed gpas by school has had the school's formula applied. I guess I was hoping if anyone could provide insight into how competitive I am per school, for example is 3.847 (5yrs) and 127 cars worth it for mac? Or would 3.87 (6yrs) and 127 cars give me a much better chance?
  3. Hi everyone, I am currently half way through my 5th year undergrad (projected 3.99 GPA) in order to raise my GPA. However, I'm discouraged by the number of applicants with 3.95+ gpa and high MCAT that get flat out rejected. Below are my stats, could you offer me some advice on whether or not I should do a 6th year to further raise my GPA OR take a gap year/MSC/1yr diploma? I'm unsure whether my stats are competitive or if my mindset is stuck in the premed101 echo chamber. Clearly projected GPA after 6th yr (assuming another 3.99) is significantly better than after 5th yr. Thanks all, appreciate it. Year 1 - 3.59 Year 2 - 3.94 Year 3 - 3.87 Year 4 - 3.84 Year 5 - ANTICIPATED 3.99 MCAT - 127/127 cars/128/130 All years have been full course load with majority courses at appropriate year level so I think I should be ok for most schools and UoT's wGPA. GPA after 5th yr by school: uottawa - 3.92, McMaster - 3.847, Western - 3.965, Queens - 3.915, Dal - 3.933, UBC/Calgary/Alberta - 3.91, UoT wGPA - 3.93 GPA after 6th yr by school: uottawa - 3.965, McMaster - 3.87, Western - 3.99, Queens - 3.99, Dal - 3.99, UBC/Calgary/Alberta - 3.926, UoT wGPA - 3.952 Or should I consider USMD? AAMC GPA after 5th yr: 3.875 AAMC GPA after 6th yr: 3.895
  4. Hi everyone, I am currently half way through my 5th year undergrad (projected 3.99 GPA) in order to raise my GPA. However, I'm discouraged by the number of applicants with 3.95+ gpa and high MCAT that get flat out rejected. Below are my stats, could you offer me some advice on whether or not I should do a 6th year to further raise my GPA OR take a gap year/MSC/1yr diploma? I'm unsure whether my stats are competitive or if my mindset is stuck in the premed101 echo chamber. Clearly projected GPA after 6th yr (assuming another 3.99) is significantly better than after 5th yr. Thanks all, appreciate it. Year 1 - 3.59 Year 2 - 3.94 Year 3 - 3.87 Year 4 - 3.84 Year 5 - ANTICIPATED 3.99 MCAT - 127/127 cars/128/130 All years have been full course load with majority courses at appropriate year level so I think I should be ok for most schools and UoT's wGPA. GPA after 5th yr by school: uottawa - 3.92, McMaster - 3.847, Western - 3.965, Queens - 3.915, Dal - 3.933, UBC/Calgary/Alberta - 3.91, UoT wGPA - 3.93 GPA after 6th yr by school: uottawa - 3.965, McMaster - 3.87, Western - 3.99, Queens - 3.99, Dal - 3.99, UBC/Calgary/Alberta - 3.926, UoT wGPA - 3.952 Or should I consider USMD? AAMC GPA after 5th yr: 3.875 AAMC GPA after 6th yr: 3.895
  5. The minor has 10 courses which couldn't all fit into one year, so unfortunately the courses are spread out into two years. This wouldn't be an issue if I had chosen the minor after my first year of undergrad as most students do, so that my elective courses could go towards completing minor courses.
  6. Full course load per year. I've completed my degree in the fourth year, but since I added the minor in fourth year it will take 2 years to complete due to scheduling, but if I choose to graduate after year 5 I'll have to abandon the minor and graduate with just my major.
  7. Ah I forgot to include UoT, fixed thanks. That sucks that you could do everything right but still get rejected due to probability.
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