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Found 5 results

  1. ginster

    TFI TEST

    If I pass the TFI test with an 860/990 in august 2017, will my results be valid for all Quebec French schools for the 2018 application cycle. I heard that UDM requires test scores after September 1st of the year of application. Thanks
  2. Salut! J'ai toujours voulu être un pharmacien ou un physiothérapeute. Malheureusement, j'ai été refusé la première fois. J'ai présentement 3.3/4 de GPA (je sais c'est bas) en ergothérapie et je me demande c'est quoi mes chances de rentrer en physiothérapie ou en pharmacie pour la catégorie en cours de bacc (ulaval, sherbrooke, udm). Ma cote R qui est de 31,2 compte encore pour 70%. J'aimerais aussi confirmer une rumeur que j'ai entendu: Ulaval et Udm font une règle de 3 pour convertir un gpa sur 4 à sur 4,3 ou 4,33. Est-ce que ce fait est vrai ou faux? En supposant que la rumeur est vrai, est-ce que mon estimation pour ma cote à Ulaval est bon? (Je voulais le faire pour udm, mais il n'y a pas de tableau d'étalon pour udm.) Calcul: 3,3/4=?/4,33 ---> ? = 3,57 Selon le tableau d'étalon de Ulaval un 3,67/4,33 = 31,040 CRU et 3,33/4,33 = 25,841 CRU Donc j'ai fait la moyenne des gpa ainsi que des CRU pour avoir quelque chose de plus représentatif de mon GPA de 3,57. (3,67+3,33)/2 = 3,5 GPA et (31,040+25,841)/2 = 28,441 CRU Vu que mon GPA compte pour 30% (j'ai 15 crédits) et ma cote de 31,040 compte pour 70%, 28,441* 30% + 31,040* 70% = 30,260 CRU Spécifiquement pour Ulaval, j'ai lu que en pharmacie le dernier accepté en 2017 (catégorie en cours de bacc) avait une CRL (pas sûr si c'est la même chose que CRU) de 30,013. "Les candidats universitaires (en changement de programme) avaient une CRL minimale de 30,013" - Ulaval Pour physiothérapie, selon Ulaval, la CRU du dernier admis en 2015, 2016 et 2017 sont respectivement 30,06, 28,148 et 29,618. Aurais-je une chance de rentrer à un de ces programmes? (ulaval, udm ou sherbooke) Merci pour vos réponses en avance!
  3. Hi all, long time lurker, first time poster. I wanted to hear your thoughts about my situation. I just finished up my third year at an Ontario university. Year 1: Let's not even talk about it Year 2: 86.2% Year 3: 88.1% Year 4: TBD Here's what I'll be applying with this year (all full time semesters) Western (Best 2): 87.1% OMSAS (Lowest year dropped): 3.75 AADSAS (No years dropped): 3.62 Here's what I'll be applying with If I take a year off so schools can include my 4th year grades. Western (Best 2): 90.6% (assuming I get 8 A+'s and 2 A's which I think is doable considering I would only be taking 3 courses per semester + 2 courses per semester counting towards my honours project). OMSAS (Lowest year dropped): 3.83 AADSAS (4 year gpa): 3.78 So here's the deal. Realistically, I think I only have a shot at Western while my other option would be the states. Option 1: Apply to US schools and Western this upcoming cycle and go to US if I get a rejection from western. Let's assume I get a rejection from western but I get accepted in the states. Option 2: Apply to western only this upcoming cycle and if I get a rejection, apply to western and the states in the next cycle (Class of 2022) and accept any school that accepts me. Let's assume I get an acceptance from western and the states in the second attempt. Option 1 Pro's - Much better clinical training in the states (from what I've heard) - Become a dentist at age 25 (enter the field 1 year earlier compared to option 2) - I have a buddy in UDM tearing it up so I'll have all his notes, guidance and connections Option 1 Con's - I would be $230,000 more in debt compared to option 2 (but keep in mind I would be a year ahead, so I think I think I can knock off at least 80k off of this in my first year of work) - Tuition (410k) - I would have to write the US DAT, write up a personal statement and get 3-4 LOR's all within the next 2-3 months while working 40h a week in a lab. - AND I would have to write the Canadian DAT in November to apply for western because they wouldn't accept the US DAT that I would write this summer. - My dad would pass me down his 2010 Honda Civic Option 2 Pro's - Save $230,000 compared to option 1 (tuition 180k) - I can write the Canadian DAT this November which I can use for BOTH US and Western. - Take a year off (I don't know if this is a pro or a con LOL) - I would reward myself with a 2017 Civic SI Option 2 Con's - Enter the workforce 1 year later (I always have the thought where I would be making 300-400k in my 50's, so working an extra year as a dentist (if I go to the states) would outweigh the price difference between US and Canada, but then again I think about the ~10 years that it would take to payoff a 500k loan ) - There is also the chance that I don't get into western on my second attempt. I would feel like crap for wasting a year of my life just to bank on western. EC's - 2 years of lab experience (hopefully I'll have a first author publication by the end of my 4th year) + 4 poster sessions this summer (2 conferences in Toronto) - 100h shadowing - VP Pre-Dental club, Pres this year - Half-marathon coming up next month - Competitive beach volley ball in the summers - Private piano teacher (had 5 students at my peak) There is hope for western considering the new ABS and personal statement system they're implementing and I'm really curious as to what will come out of it. I know the cutoff for last years interview was 87.5 however I've heard that people with 84's have been interviewed this year. I'm just not sure if western is going to accept a lot of people with lower averages but impressive EC's. I'm patiently waiting for them to release their stats for the class of 2020. Hopefully those who applied to western this year will get the good news soon! Also, StriveP, congrats on the Harvard acceptance!!!!! So what do I do? If I go with Option 2, what would you suggest I do during my year off? I was thinking of doing a 1 year MBA but it seems like you have to have full time work experience . Thank you in advance!
  4. Je suis en quatrième année en pharmacie à l'udem. Ma CRU n'est pas très élevé à 3,226. J'ai récemment changer d'idée et souhaite étudier en médecine après mon pharm.d Qu'en pensez vous? Quelles sont mes chances?
  5. Bonjours, Je viens de débuter ma troisième session en sciences de la nature au Cégep. Avec mes deux sessions antérieurs, je me retrouve avec une cote R de 31,6. Je sais que remonter ma cote à quelque chose de potable serait très difficile considérant qu'il me reste qu'une seule session. L'option de faire un bac pour remonter mes notes me semble le meilleur chemin. Par contre, j'ignore totalement quel programme prendre pour augmenter mes chances d'être admis par la suite. Je suis extrêmement intéressé par soins infirmiers, mais j'ai cru comprendre que ce n'était pas ma meilleur option (est-ce vrai?). Bref, est-ce que soins infirmiers est une bonne option pour ouvrir la porte de médecine? Sinon, quel autres programmes me recommandez-vous? Merci énormément!
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