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  1. Yup you can! You just need the credit cards to start receiving points (not the LOC)
  2. DocBrown9 answered this question earlier. Here is his/her response: "It's literally a click on a website sometime in September. You have to fill a financial questionnaire on the Ottawa student page. If you get OSAP, you can expect probably around 1000 or maybe a little more (it's very random). Ottawa is not known for large scholarships or bursaries (there's a couple that require you be going for a specific specialty or be from a certain demographic but they aren't huge amounts)."
  3. I have only applied for 1/4 payments. So, I am just applying for the 2nd payment now.
  4. I second what DrOtter says. Mac Health Sci seems to be a incubator for producing healthcare professionals especially doctors. A lot of the students from that program get into medical school. I personally would avoid U of T at all costs. It's a pretty cutthroat school and it may be harder to achieve higher marks (due to competitive environment and the prestige of the school). Also to add, pick a program in which you will enjoy. I know it's stressful to think about what program prepares you the best but trust me, you will learn the best if you actually like what you are doing. If you're super into the human body and movement then Kin/Human Kinetics would be awesome. Look into the programs as well to see how much flexibility you have. For example, in Human Kinetics at Guelph every student is required to take cell biology, and molecular cell and genetics bio. Thus, this would be advantageous if you are looking to take the MCAT. My main piece of advice is do not worry about the prestige of the school. Don't just pick U of T cause it's one of the top schools in Canada. Professional schools don't care at all where you did your degree. Pick where you think you will excel the most!
  5. For Scotia's 300 cash offer, would payments from CESB via direct deposit count as one of the criteria? I've pasted the criteria below for reference. EDIT: Advisor said ANY direct deposit counts so COVID support counts. 1) Make at least one (1) eligible online bill payment of at least $50 through the Scotiabank Mobile App or through Scotia OnLine, or 2) Set up a minimum of two (2) separate eligible recurring pre-authorized transactions† with a minimum value of at least $50 per transaction which will each recur monthly for a minimum of three (3) consecutive months, or 3) Set up an eligible recurring direct deposit† which will recur monthly for a minimum of three (3) consecutive months.
  6. https://www.ratehub.ca/chequing-accounts/account/scotiabank-scotia-one-chequing-account This summarizes the preferred package from Scotiabank pretty well. From my research I also noticed that VIP banking offers a small safe (I personally would never use it but if it's that's your vibe).
  7. Sweet, thanks for information!! Appreciate it. Do you think it's worth it to get the pro or is the air enough? How much storage have you used so far that's school related? And did you purchase extra storage space on your google drive?
  8. Awesome, thanks for the info! Nice that's sweet! Will definitely look into PDF expert. I also heard from someone that you can purchase an external hard-drive and use that to transfer files (trying to find the cheapest way possible haha). So I'm assuming you don't have any trouble having an iPad and windows laptop right?
  9. Hey! Just wondering if there are any users that have a windows laptop and iPad air. How easy is it transferring files from the iPad to windows laptop and how do you achieve this? I am looking to buy an iPad to take notes on (via noteability). Additionally, what storage size of the iPad would be sufficient? Would the 64gb be enough?
  10. Hey! Just wondering if there are any users that have a windows laptop and iPad air. How easy is it transferring files from the iPad to windows laptop and how do you achieve this? I am looking to buy an iPad to take notes on (via noteability). Additionally, what storage size of the iPad would be sufficient? Would the 64gb be enough?
  11. Boards and beyond (BnB) is also amazing! You can use this deck to accelerate your learning with the BnB videos: https://www.**DELETED**.com/r/medicalschoolanki/comments/8rdcqz/lightyear_a_boards_and_beyond_based_step_1_anki/ EDIT: It's called the Lightyear Deck
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