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    Hey!! msg me!
  2. I agree. If you don't feel ready for the upcoming exam, take your Prof's offer and study as much as you can for the next exam. Also, try to decrease your working hours as school always comes first
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    UBC med from Ontario?

    Hey if you become a BC resident would you have to change your healthcard/drivers license? I live in Ontario so i have the ON healthcard/drivers license. Would I still be able to use my ON cards even if I live in both provinces?
  4. Anyone in London or GTA that wants to study together????? could also do skype would be helpful if we could bounce off each other for any questions!
  5. Hey! I say go for it. You never know unless you try. If you have a lower GPA than the acceptance average, then address it in your application. Don't get too discouraged as you have a lot of volunteer experience in that field!
  6. Any updates? did you go back for any undergrad courses or did you apply for med school?
  7. What school did you get admitted to with a GPA below 80%? Did you have a Masters degree too?
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    Looking for an MCAT study buddy!! we could be online friends if anything haha please msg me if interested planning to take it spring 2019!!
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    MCAT - Advise for beginner and study partner

    What city are you guys studying in?
  10. Happy Friday everyone Anyone currently studying for the MCAT and balancing a FT job? If you are, HOW ARE YOU DOING IT?!?! I need tips and tricks to overcome being tired at the end of the day. I usually study for an hour during lunch but lightly as I'm not taking the exam until sometime next year.
  11. Did you go back to school for the science classes after you graduated? Did they include the GPA from your science classes with your cGPA from your drama degree?
  12. Hey guys, I graduated with a BSc in Biology but my GPA wasn't that great. It is a 3.0 cumulative. I never took my MCAT yet because I am working full time in clinical research ( i got a real job once i graduated) but I am studying for my MCAT. I was planning on taking it next year early in March so I would have an idea of what to do. I wanted to go back to school but I don't want to take time off of work, also I asked some med schools in Ontario and a lot of them said that they take undergrad grades. What should I do?
  13. Your GPA is already great to get into medical school. Most schools just look at your undergrad GPA, but I think some actually give you "points"' for having a professional degree. UWO Medicine actually takes into consideration a biography of your life - so you would be able to explain to them that you are a working professional. I am also currently studying for my MCAT and I am working in Clinical Research! Feel free to message me if you wish
  14. Hi everyone! I just graduated in June with a BSc in Biology and I am currently working full time. I want to boost my GPA but I do not want to take time off work to go back to school right now. Could I take online courses? I went to Western but I was looking at some online courses from UofT, would that be included in my overall GPA if I were to apply to med school next year? Thank you!!!