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  1. thanks for your answer! when you talk about the 3-6 people with low r scores, around what r score do you consider as low? I’m currently taking online statistics classes that I will need to be able to do the research, so would the fact that I’m taking these courses make my cv even better? I think I will try to do the research, and if I find my grades aren’t improving enough, I’ll simply quit and go all in on studying. my dream school is mcgill med p, which is why I’m trying to put an emphasis on my cv. but I understand that it’s highly unlikely to get in, especially considering my low r score of 34.7.
  2. Could you elaborate please? I’m also personally interested in doing the research. I’m just not sure if I should do it:/
  3. Thanks for your reply!! However, I thought UdeM was 50/50 for R score and Casper? Did that change? edit: Also, isn’t the CV at McGill worth 10%?
  4. I have an opportunity to participate in research this fall, and possibly have my name on a published paper. However, I want to focus on getting my R score up this fall semester, as I’m on the low side (34.7). Will I be able to do the research all while raising my R score? Is it worth the time and effort? Would research on my CV actually help me get into med-p at mcgill, or any of the french schools? Thank you!!
  5. I have an opportunity to participate in research this fall, and possibly have my name on a published paper. However, I want to focus on getting my R score up this fall semester, as I’m on the low side (34.7). Will I be able to do the research all while raising my R score? Is it worth the time and effort? Would research on my CV actually help me get into med-p at mcgill? Thank you!!
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