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  1. I'm a grad student from Toronto working on my PhD and I was wondering on my chances on getting into U of T. My undergrad had annual GPAs of: Year 1: 3.64 Year 2: 3.47 Year 3: 3.68 Year 4: 3.91 Year 5: 3.94 My U of T cGPA was 3.75, but I think my wGPA would be 3.77. I also had an MCAT CARS score of 129. I've recently gotten 2 publications in journals with impact factors of 20 and 11, and am planning on having 2 more by the time I graduate. I've gotten a Canadian Graduate Scholarship (Master's level), and 2 Ontario Graduate Scholarships so far. What do my chances look like and does anyone have any advice on how I can improve my chances? I have considered taking additional courses and re-writing the MCAT, but some advice would be really appreciated.
  2. I'm a grad student outside of Alberta working on my PhD and I was wondering on my chances on getting into U of C. I visited Calgary last year and really liked the city, plus there are some research clinicians at U of C who I'd really like to work with due to their strength in my field. My undergrad had annual GPAs of: Year 1: 3.64 Year 2: 3.47 Year 3: 3.68 Year 4: 3.91 Year 5: 3.94 According to their calculator, my GPA is 3.76, but that doesn't include my grad courses unfortunately. I also had an MCAT CARS score of 129. I've recently gotten 2 publications in journals with impact factors of 20 and 11, and am planning on having 2 more by the time I graduate. I've gotten a Canadian Graduate Scholarship (Master's level), and 2 Ontario Graduate Scholarships so far. What do my chances look like and does anyone have any advice on how I can improve my chances? I have considered taking additional courses and re-writing the MCAT, but some advice would be really appreciated.
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