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  1. Result: Invite Time Stamp: 9:20 EST Interview Date: TBD wGPA/cGPA: Unsure, 3.97+ depending on how its weighed Year: MCAT: *126 CARS* ECs: Pretty extensive. Volunteering for a number of years, research, sports, scholarships, etc! (feel free to dm if you want more details) Geography: OOP
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    Hi, this info may not be accurate since you did CEGEP. Generally, you would complete your pre-requisites (you can also take them the year you apply), and if you have the minimum wGPA, you complete your application here https://www.ouac.on.ca/fr/omsas/ in the fall! You will also need to do the CASPER test (https://examencasper.com) and send that score to the university! Also, it is a good idea to volunteer and do other things in your community so you will have some diverse experiences (and grow as a person!) to include in your application. Good luck! https://med.uottawa.ca/premier-cycle/admissions/processus-demande/conditions-admissibilite Bonjour, cette information peut n'être pas correcte parceque vous faites CEGEP. Normalement vous faites vos pre-req (tu pourrais le faire la même année de ton application), et si vous avez un WGA approprié, vous faites votre application ici https://www.ouac.on.ca/fr/omsas/ en automne! Vous doit aussi faire le CASPER teste (https://examencasper.com) et envoyer votre score à l'université. C'est aussi une bonne idée de faire des choses (eg. bénévole) dans votre communauté pour votre application (et aussi pour le développement personnel!). Bonne chance! https://med.uottawa.ca/premier-cycle/admissions/processus-demande/conditions-admissibilite
  3. Invite! Time Stamp: 22/01/19 - 12:29 PM EST Location: OOP Stream: English wGPA: 3.97 or 3.98?? Current year: in UG ECs: Pretty extensive. Music, clubs, sports, volunteering at a few places, etc etc. Also research (no pubs or presentations yet) & scholarships. Casper: Noooooo idea. I'm a speedy typer (answered everything easily) and have a pretty good conscience lol
  4. Out of curiosity: they only offer 10% of their seats to OOP, but they reviewed 1307 IP applicants and 704 OOP applicants this year. That's more than half as many OOPs reviewed, for only a small fraction of their available seats. Seems like a lot of work. Do yall think they review the OOP applications as in-depth or is it a faster/harsher process because of the applicants:seats ratio?
  5. OOP regrets. AQ 35.64, NAQ surprisingly low..
  6. Do those that submitted their applications for the earlier deadline have higher rates of invites? Or is there no difference?
  7. Did they say anything about when regrets will come out? Or would that be the same as invitations?
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