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  1. It's down for me too right now. The MD program is still up, but all the info relating to the application is gone. I wonder if they're changing some things?
  2. Wow, this is great, thank you! I didn't know this info was released
  3. Damn, that's not what I was looking to hear, but thanks for the info!
  4. Hey guys, I'm curious on how much more competitive OOP is. Obviously you're competing for only 10% of the interviews, but I would assume most applicants are from Ontario. OOP GPA: 3.93 CARS: 130
  5. I go to McGill, and in the Faculty of Science we had 72 hours to complete all finals. Some of the profs just gave us the 3 hour MC exam we were going to have anyways; the average must have been over 95% (this is a class with a usual B/B- average). If you legitimately had a 4.0 for the first time this past semester that sucks, but let's not pretend that there aren't numerous variables at play other than students "not being able to adapt". There's most likely a bimodal distribution between those who took advantage of all the accommodations and those who were legitimately affected by the pandemic.
  6. What's your CARS? Where are you in-province? Total MCAT score isn't really important for many Canadian schools. A 512 is decent enough, and it sounds like you have lots on your plate as it is. I'd suggest forgetting about it and rewriting next summer if you need to reapply and really feel you need to boost your score
  7. Am I the only one who is disappointed these are less "philosophical" ?
  8. Thanks! A little frustrating that they decided to make this change this year
  9. Thanks for the suggestion! Unfortunately I didn't take enough compsci classes or have any related internships so if I tried to enter I suspect I would be denied or stuck with a boring job. But if I could do it again, I would definitely double major in compsci and do this!
  10. Yeah I have a cousin who went to UWaterloo and is now in big tech... it does look like a great lifestyle. When I was in high school I always thought more education is the path to a good life and didn't know programs like those existed (and even if I did, I probably still would have done premed). I am applying to medicine for my first time this fall, and reading threads like this, combined with my enjoyment of the compsci classes I've taken, does leave me a little apprehensive.
  11. I've seen this often in threads like these, and as a premed student, I am genuinely curious as to what these jobs are if anyone can fill me in
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