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  1. Do you guys think that a cGPA of 3.80 is competitive enough for the french stream? Should I apply? Has anyone gotten in with a similar gpa? Although they've used the wGPA in previous years
  2. I emailed them, they said yes! They will use the 2020 winter grades
  3. Hey! This is what it says on their website word for word: Applications will be accepted from students in good standing who will have successfully completed, prior to the beginning of June preceding registration, in a recognized university, three years of full-time studies (five courses per semester each per year) in any undergraduate program leading to a bachelor’s degree, including specific prerequisite courses completed with a minimum Grade of B (CÉGEP equivalent 70%). A full-time academic year where the equivalent of four (4) courses per semester is taken is accepted and counted in the cGPA calculation only if the missing course/unit is completed either as an additional course within another academic year or as a summer course. Individual courses taken during a summer session are accepted and the mark obtained is counted in the calculation of the cGPA if completed during the last 3 years of full-time undergraduate studies leading to a bachelor’s degree. So i'm really thinking that you may not qualify ? It doesn't specify if the three years have to be the most recent years, so if you've taken 5 courses during your first degree then those years may be eligible. I'm really not sure though, i wouldn't take my word for it
  4. Does anyone know if OMSAS rounds the GPA? For example, if you have a 3.89765, is it rounded to a 3.90? Since it's always 2 decimals. Or will it stay at 3.89 on OMSAS?
  5. Does anyone know if OMSAS rounds the GPA? For example, if you have a 3.89765, is it rounded to a 3.90? Since it's always 2 decimals. Or will it stay at 3.89 on OMSAS?
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