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  1. Hi everyone! My question is a little bit tricky but please bear with me! I have completed my undergraduate degree this past May 2017. I am choosing to take additional undergraduate level courses in order to improve both my cumulative GPA and weighted GPA for Queen's University. However, I understand that for Queen's wGPA requirement, they look at your 2 most recent years of study in which you completed a full-time course load, which is defined by them to be a minimum of 3 courses each semester between the months of September - April (the academic year). My final year of undergraduate study will not be considered a full-time course load as I had to complete clinical placements, therefore, I strategized to take these additional courses (6 altogether) between the months of September 207 - April 2018 in order to satisfy Queen's "full-time course load" requirement. I emailed Queen's directly and they confirmed that this would be fine. However.. I was unable to enrol in the courses that I initially intended on starting in the beginning of September right on time due to various reasons. I ended up enrolling for 3 courses which I am now set to begin in December, rather than September (which I initially hoped to do). I have also enrolled in an additional 3 courses on top of that, which I am set to start in the beginning of January. Due to the flexibility of these courses that I enrolled in, I would still finish all 6 by the end of the academic year (April 2018). Therefore, technically, I would still have completed the minimum number of courses to be considered full-time in Queen's eyes within the academic year. My question is: Is this assumption correct? Despite the late start, because I would still be completing the minimum number of courses within the Academic year, to be considered for their weighted GPA. Please let me know if this assumption is a correct one to make! Thanks everyone! Good luck.
  2. Hey, anyone here applying for QuARMS this coming year? We can use this thread to connect and get to know fellow QuARMS applicants. Here's some info that could be useful Grade (Probably 12, but you never know) High School Cumulative GPA (percent) Province ECs Research Experience/other med related activities you've pursued (yes, it's technically EC, but this classification is more medicine related which is much more important) What you think distinguishes yourself from the rest of the candidates And just curious, do you know QuARMS students or have a bit more info about the program not mentioned on the website? My info: Grade: 12 High School Cumulative GPA (percent): ≈ 95% Province: Ontario ECs: Volunteering (day camp for kids for 2 yrs, monthly marathons/large community events, Canadian Cancer society), a lot of in school work with Free the Children, leading science club in school, coaching/mentoring students through ecs + academics Research Experience/other med related activities: Research for nearly a year now, volunteering at a hospital for 2 yrs What you think distinguishes yourself from the rest of the candidates MAYBE this 1) Exploration of a larger variety of fields to show that I've considered medicine thoroughly 2) My goal is to craft my essay + personal statement really well so that aspect of myself (eloquence, self expression) is well represented and interesting, with an unlike perspective Honestly though, there are huge expectations for a student in this program, that while I am painfully aware that I will 99% not get in, I want to at least give myself the best chance in that 1%
  3. Anyone know much about Queen's Kinesiology program?
  4. Hi, I know that Queens' interview consists of a short panel and a MMI. It is what I heard about the format: Panel: MMI: Varies every year Does anyone know how can I get correct information about the interview format of this year. The Queens website (Interview) hasn't specified how many stations will be there, what type of questions they will ask (acting/critical/ethical....),..... Thanks,
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