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  1. Hello everyone, Please allow me to introduce myself. I am an Alberta university student of African descent, and I am obviously as seen with my post interested in applying to pharmacy. I am currently completing my third year of studies in Biological Sciences and I am just wondering out of curiosity what the racial demographics of the U of A pharmacy school are? For instance, have the incoming classes been predominantly white, are there black students, are there Asian students, etc.? Also, I am wondering if there is a relatively even split of male-female students? I don't want to be the sole or one of the few minority students during the time I spend at U of A pharmacy school if I do eventually get accepted. Thank you all who answer for your time. Regards, An inquiring soul
  2. Does it require the MCAT? Because back in 2016 apparently they brought it back but in their website they say its not required. https://med.uottawa.ca/undergraduate/hidden/does-ottawa-require-mcat
  3. So, I know some have gone out and I would start this thread. I received my interview rejection today! Not too worried about it, I am an ontario student.
  4. How did everyone find the DAT this morning? Personally, I thought the sciences were okay for the most part, with chem being easier than bio. There were still 2 or 3 tricky questions in the chem section but for bio I thought the number was closer to 4-5. PAT on the other hand was a whole different story. I thought it was way harder than any practice test I had done. I used bootcamp, crack dat pat, and datgenius for practice and was scoring conistently in the 21-24 range. On the 2009 ADA I scored a 23. I thought keyholes were very tough, on which I guessed about 4 or 5 because I simply had no idea. Top front end was also very difficult imo on which I was iffy about maybe 3 or 4. On practice tests I was confident with most of my answers for these two sections and would get maybe 3 wrong max on both keyholes and TFE. Angles are angles, and cube counting, patterns and holes were prbly around the same difficulty as my practice tests. Luckily RC was easier than I was expecting.
  5. Salut, ce topic est pour ceux qui sont sur la liste d'attente et qui attendent impatiemment une réponse!! Si vous êtes sur cette liste et que vous avez reçu une convocation, ecrivez votre université, votre catégorie : collégien, bac complété : connexe ou non, en cours de bac, PhD, ect., ainsi que votre rang sur la liste. Ça pourrait donner une idée de l'avancement des LA (parce que le 15 juin c'est trop loin!). Vous pouvez aussi écrire ces info si vous avez été accepté à quelquepart et que vous avez refusé d'autres offres ou bien si ça été votre cas dans des années précédentes et à quel moment vous avez reçu une offre! Merci beaucoup
  6. Bonjour, J'ai appliqué pour la première fois cette année, et il y a des gens sur le forum qui ont dit que la liste d'attente a moins avancé cette année (2e vague, 2 juin). Est-ce que c'est vrai, et qu'est ce que ça veut dire à une plus grande échelle?
  7. Idk about you guys...but I'm already majorly stressing waiting to hear back..... it's gunna be a brutal 2 months
  8. Thread pour les appliquants en médecine à ULaval, UdeM, USherbrooke et McGill Considérant que les convocations pour les MEMFI sortent bientôt, j'ai jugé pertinent qu'on en discute. Faites-nous part de vos peurs, inquiétudes, émotions, anxiété causée par la cote R... Perso, j'ai appliqué partout et je regarde mes courriels obsessivement. Ma cote R est dans la moyenne (je crois), soit environ 35. Ahhh, et j'ai hâte!
  9. https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bxz0j-2f_P4mbUQwRkRhckRXaUk/view?usp=sharing
  10. Any other Yukoner med-school hopefuls out there? A bit about me: Live in Dawson City (and have for 20 years) Have applied to MUN, USask, NOSM, Queens, and Ottawa Interviews offered: MUN (done!), USASK and NOSM Previous Applications: applied to NOSM last year and was wait-listed Really curious to see how many other Yukon applicants for the MUN seat this year !
  11. Salut tout le monde ! Vous visez un programme universitaire contingenté comme médecine, pharmacie ou autre comme moi ? Je suis à la recherche de gens motivés qui compte débuter en biologie à l'automne 2016 à l'UdeM et qui vise une entrée dans un programme contingenté afin que l'on puisse s'entraider à performer dans le programme et qu'on puisse ainsi tous entrer dans nos programmes respectifs le temps venu ! Si ça vous intéresse, hésitez pas à me contacter ici ou en PM.
  12. If anyone has a Toronto Interview Jan 18, 26, 27, 28 and is willing to switch please let me know. Thank you
  13. Hi, Thanks for spending your time to read my post. I am a Canadian high school student hoping to start university in 2016 September. I'm going to apply for admission in universities starting this October 2015. I'm still completing my high school courses and I'm sure I complete my high school with an average of 90-94%. I want to become a doctor in the future and I am interested in the sciences. I just can't figure out which university to choose for my undergraduate that will be best for applying into medical school in Canada later on. I live in Ontario so I prefer staying in Ontario for my university and staying in residence at the university will not be a problem anywhere in Ontario. I have heard people and my friends say that medical schools in Canada don't care which university you come from only the GPA and MCAT scores matter. I am really confused first I was thinking of going into Guelph or York for biomedical sciences or psychology. But as soon as I saw the statistics everywhere the most students who got accepted into medical schools were from McMaster, then UofT, and the Western. Guelph and York admissions into MD were very few. Now I can't decide whether I should go to McMaster, UofT, or Western rather than Guelph and York. I personally want to go to McMaster or UofT because of its reputation. My father says that University of Toronto won't kill you if you study hard over there you will succeed. He says you just gotta work hard and it will also prepare you for medical school. This is a great problem for me. If you guys can give me some advice or suggestion it will be appreciated. I am not scared of studying. And I did not study that hard in high school otherwise I could pull of a 95-97% too. So guys studying in university of Toronto please share your experience what's so hard over there why people are so scared. And I think that these top universities will provide me with more learning as they will have better professors who are more experienced. Please all suggest if I should take life sciences/biomedical or psychology. Thanks, Aanish http://www.md.utoronto.ca/admissions/statistics.htm.
  14. Hi, Thanks for spending your time to read my post. I am a Canadian high school student hoping to start university in 2016 September. I'm going to apply for admission in universities starting this October 2015. I'm still completing my high school courses and I'm sure I complete my high school with an average of 90-94%. I want to become a doctor in the future and I am interested in the sciences. I just can't figure out which university to choose for my undergraduate that will be best for applying into medical school in Canada later on. I live in Ontario so I prefer staying in Ontario for my university and staying in residence at the university will not be a problem anywhere in Ontario. I have heard people and my friends say that medical schools in Canada don't care which university you come from only the GPA and MCAT scores matter. I am really confused first I was thinking of going into Guelph or York for biomedical sciences or psychology. But as soon as I saw the statistics everywhere the most students who got accepted into medical schools were from McMaster, then UofT, and the Western. Guelph and York admissions into MD were very few. Now I can't decide whether I should go to McMaster, UofT, or Western rather than Guelph and York. I personally want to go to McMaster or UofT because of its reputation. My father says that University of Toronto won't kill you if you study hard over there you will succeed. He says you just gotta work hard and it will also prepare you for medical school. This is a great problem for me. If you guys can give me some advice or suggestion it will be appreciated. I am not scared of studying. And I did not study that hard in high school otherwise I could pull of a 95-97% too. So guys studying in university of Toronto please share your experience what's so hard over there why people are so scared. And I think that these top universities will provide me with more learning as they will have better professors who are more experienced. Please all suggest if I should take life sciences/biomedical or psychology. Thanks, Aanish http://www.md.utoronto.ca/admissions/statistics.htm.
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