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I am having trouble picking between the Biomedical Sciences program at Guelph and the Biomedical Sciences program at Ottawa. Both of them seem to be great programs. So, any insight on them and how your experience has been would be very nice. Even if you can't provide a comparison, please explain to me the pros and cons of your experience, including how you felt in the city for either of the schools. Thank you very much for taking the time to help me.
At Guelph, the first year biology courses don't offer lab components. Does anyone know if they can still be accepted by Ottawa U and McGill med schools or if there are other courses at Guelph which they'll accept instead? I've tried emailing admissions officers and they've given really generic responses and I was hoping maybe someone knew from experience. By the way, I know someone already asked this question some years ago, but the replies didn't provide a really good answer and I thought maybe in the last few years some people have obtained better results. Thanks in advance!
First of all let me say that I'm not sure whether Non-Traditional applicants was the most appropriate place to post this. In my view engineering to medicine is considered "non traditional" from all the science majors that apply. Anyway, now that that is out of the way... I am a first year biomedical engineering student at the University of Guelph that is planning to apply to medical school after my degree. I was wondering if any other engineer doctors could relate their experiences as to how they managed to keep up on ECs while at the same time navigating what I've come to realize is a very difficult curriculum. I am very scared currently because I believe I failed a first year mechanics course.