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  1. I am meeting with an advisor in my home town. Do I just call Kyu Tompkins out of my own accord or should I ask for a referral?
  2. Thank you so much! Did you meet with an advisor in your home town or in Ottawa?
  3. Ohh so I can still set up a LOC, just not access it? What if I need the fund before August?
  4. I am meeting with a Scotia advisor tomorrow to open up a LOC, who asked me to bring a proof of registration/enrollment. I will be attending uOttawa, but they did not give me an "official" registration letter other than the congratulatory email and the list of things I should get done. Anyone know what to bring to the bank?
  5. Hey everyone, I am an incoming MS1 at uOttawa. I am looking to live alone in an apartment, preferably at one of these two locations: RGN or downtown. Are there any bachelors apartments that medical students have lived previously in? We are not to get a housing list until the COVID19 situation is cleared so we need to hunt for places on our own. Thanks in advance!
  6. Anyone know when we get our uoZone email? I did my undergrad at a different uni
  7. I don't know if this is a very silly question but is it possible to get mortgage (with LOC) as a medical student?
  8. Oh really? I recall vaguely hearing that the rule is mutually exclusive... I never confirmed with Admissions, so I guess I'm wrong. Thanks for correcting me! Also Tess, if you are worried about the online course, just know that some universities don't indicate how the course is delivered in the transcript. Inquire your school about this and you should be able to get some closure.
  9. Agreed with Mel. I only did the official sample test right before my exam, and that alone was sufficient for McMaster and Ottawa. CASPer is a Situational Judgement Test, and I feel that doing rigorous practice actually does a disservice to your on-the-spot thinking abilities. Remember that the raters do care about the originality and genuiness in your answers. At most, I would say get a taste of the possible question types and increase your typing speed. Don't make preformed answers, that's just going to make you sound like everyone else who has "prepped" for CASPer.
  10. I submitted my transcript via OMSAS but am yet to hear back about uoZone.
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