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I just noticed on the OMSAS guide that applicants must be completed or on the last year of their bachelor's. Does that mean that someone can't apply in the summer between second and third year? is this the case for other universities as well?
Has anyone gained entrance into McMaster without completing their 4th year of undergrad, in other words- gained admission with solely 90 credits ? Further, has anyone out there repetitively applied with solely the 3 years of undergrad and significant, health related workplace experience?
Hi everyone! I am going into my second year at UBC and trying to wrap my head around when I should be writing the MCAT. I do want to apply after my 3rd year, however I'm not so sure my GPA would be competitive enough (judging from how I did in first year science courses as well as second year courses taken this summer, it'd be somewhere from 79-82), as first year math really brought my average down. 1. Would it be better for me to maybe take one/two less courses during my second/third year to ensure I have enough time for courses, such as Ochem/Biochem which are known to be "weeders," or should I stick with a full-course load and try to rack up enough credits to apply in 3rd year even though my gpa would definitely not be on the high-side of the spectrum? Or would you recommend, taking it slow and just waiting until fourth year when I'd have enough credits to be able to "adjust" my gpa by getting rid of my worst year? 2. If I were to write the MCAT in second year, would I need to take specific courses in Psych/Soci to further prepare for it? Or would taking MCAT preps / studying on my own be enough without these courses? Please let me know what you think! Any suggestions / input would seriously be very helpful!