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Hi, I am a UofT St George first year student looking forward to applying both Canadian and US Med Schools. May I get your kind help on addressing my following concerns: 1) Since I have to take 1 year full English, I am thinking to take a summer course at US University to fulfill the requirement. Do you think it may help to build my ties with US ? I do not want to take this course at my home University as I am afraid it will pull down my GPA. is there any comments from Canadian student at Ontario Universities who has taken summer course at US University for applying US med schools? 2) Is it achievable to get A+ or A from UTSG English course like ENG1001G1? any recommendation on English course at UTSG that can help my GPA or at least not hurting it? 3) If I decide to take 1 full year English course at Ontario, can I take it at UofT Scarborough or Ryerson and submit the grade to US schools but not to Ontario schools? will it look odd? 3) is it doable to get a A+ in UTSG organic chemistry? Do we need to take 1 full year of organic chemistry if we want to play safe in applying US med schools? is there any course recommendation in organic chemistry at UTSG? 4) I took 2 phy/ 2chem/2 bio/2 math/psychology /sociology in my first year. Any suggestions in drafting my second /third/fourth years courses map to suit the US applications? any course recommendation on anatomy/biochem/physiology or things I have to be aware of? 5) I am thinking to choose Immunology or cell biology or global health as my major. In terms of achieving high GPA in UTSG, which one is a better choice. Is there any other majors that is more likely for one to achieve high GPA? 6) How can I get more premed support at UTSG? I feel there is not much advice in campus. Appreciate some UTSG alumni who have successfully got in US med schools would show me the light. Many thanks for your kind help.
I am currently in my 2nd year of MedSci at Western. I was looking at some of the courses for the 3rd year physiology module. Other than the required courses, I have to take Classics to meet degree requirements. Are there any benefits to taking Classics 2200 or 2300? Also, I could use some advice or insight as to some of the courses available in the physiology module. I was particularly looking at Histo 3309 and Anatcell 3319. The schedule I have made so far for 3rd year includes Physiol 3140A, Physiol 3120, Physphrm 3000E. Any help on what other courses I could take would be appreciated!
Hey everyone ! I was wondering if someone can suggest me a university where I can take organic chemistry 1, and online. I know Athabasca offers it, but I don't know anyone who has taken it over there. I am enrolled in a non science program, and my schedule doesn't allow me to take this course. I would also prefer somewhere where I can cram and study for it for 2-4 weeks and get it done, and relatively easier because I will be working that summer. Thanks in advance!
So I got into UTM for "Behaviour, Genetics and Neurobiology" and these are the courses I have to take for the program... Students in Behaviour, Genetics and Neurobiology take Biology, Calculus, Chemistry (BIO152H, BIO153H5, MAT134Y5, CHM140Y5).What other courses in first year do I have to take for pre requisites for med school? I did some research and it said "Prerequisite courses include two full courses in life sciences and one full course in social science or humanities or language. " for UofT Faculty of Medicine. In general, to be eligible to apply to UofT, McMaster, Western, etc. What courses should i take first year in addition to the required ones in my program. Thanks