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Hi everyone, I applied to uOttawa this year and thankfully got an interview. However, IF I get accepted , I will need to have completed a pre-req from Athabasca University before June 30th to send my transcript to OMSAS. I was planning on doing my midterm and final exams in the upcoming months, but since all universities in my province have closed due to COVID-19 I will not be able to be invigilated (aka take my exams). Depending on how Athabasca deals witht the situation, I am unsure if I will be able to finish my pre-req before the OMSAS deadline. I know that everything is extremely uncertain at the moment, but does anyone have any idea of how pre-reqs will be handled by med schools in the event that unforeseeable circumstances like this one make it impossible for us to finish them before the deadline or, even worse, entering med school in the fall? Hope everyone is safe!
I received my bachelor's degree back in April 2018 and after 2 failed med school application cycles in Canada I turned to US MD and DO schools. I realized I am missing many prerequisite courses (i.e. English + some lab courses) and was looking into post-bacc programs that could help me get the missing credits and apply to the US. Are there any post-bacc programs (with labs, so assuming I cannot do online) that you guys would recommend? I've heard of a lot of shady programs so I'm looking for some feedback. I found https://www.medschoolimg.com/premed-postbaccalaureate this program so far which is pretty close to me in Toronto. Has anyone heard of it? Any feedback would be appreciated! Thanks!!
Hi guys! (sorry in advance for the long-winded post). I'm planning to apply to Dalhousie for OT 2017 admission, however I have to take the physiology (6 credit hours) and anatomy (3 credit hours) pre-requisites in order to apply. I will also apply to a few other schools (U of T/Queens/McMaster) and UBC), however Dal is my top choice (just based on location). Thus, I'm stuck spending this semester (sept 2016) and next (Jan 2017) getting those pre-reqs! I am trying to decide from which online university I should take physiology, as I am having trouble getting into any UVic or Camosun Physiology classes because seats are offered to kinesiology students first and generally reach saturation. Has anyone taken Bio 230 (Human physiology - 6 CH) through Athabasca? Online reviews for Athabasca are awful, but when I look at the syllabus for Bio 230 it doesn't seem that demanding, plus I will have 8 months to work through the course. Please let me know if you've personally taken this course before, or recommend alternate online courses! I am going to try to enroll in my Anatomy pre-req here at UVic as it doesn't have the same kines restriction that the physiology ones do, and I *think* classroom learning is generally easier, although I do work 3 part-time jobs at the moment so flexibility is also key. *As a note, I have no physiology or anatomy background, but do have chemistry/physics/biology/math from my undergrad (though, that was over 6 years ago now). **As a second note, I did enroll in TRU's Bio 3701 Advanced Anatomy last year (because their intro anatomy was full) and completely bombed it, even though I am an anal A+ student generally. So, I really want to avoid a repeat experience and thousands of dollars down the drain. SO I guess on that note I do in fact have anatomy experience, although I think I've tried to black out most of it. THANKS SO MUCH! Chantele
What are the available options for talking the ore-requisite courses somewhere in Toronto after graduation? Any university offering course based registration (v.s a second undergrad degree)?