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  1. Hi everyone! I have been accepted into PT at McMaster University and University of Ottawa. I was wondering if any current or past students from either school had any information about the programs? Specifically in terms of student life/experience, program difficulty, and any differences between the programs (besides the language difference). I'd be really happy to hear about people's experiences. Thanks in advance!
  2. I am a high school student who is considering to accept Ryerson’s Biomedical Sciences program. I have been accepted to Western Health Sciences, Brock Medical Sciences (and their MedPlus extra program which is really good), Laurier Health Sciences, Uft Life Sci, Carleton Health Sci, and McMaster Life Sci. My major concerns involve the arrangement of the coop terms. Medical Schools in Canada require at least two school semesters to be consecutive for students enrolled into coop programs. In Ryerson, semesters 5 and 6 are separated by three work terms. I wanted to know if I would be able to keep semesters 5 and 6 together, then have them followed by the three coop terms. On the other hand, if I choose not to take coop, would I be at a disadvantage since most of the research positions will be taken by the coop students? Additionally, I will be a commuting student and would like to know the general timings of the lectures, tutorials and labs last year. Lastly, are there any additional resources at Ryerson that would help me with the MCAT preparation, or the general application of medical school (including volunteering and job shadowing opportunities)? Even for volunteer research places downtown, won't I be competing with UFT students? ANY help and info on Ryerson graduates in med school would help. My goal is to go to a small university where I stand out. I know people in med schools from all universities except ryerson! My financial situation isn't so great either and therefore Ryerson helps. I have to accept an offer by next week.
  3. I am having trouble picking between the Biomedical Sciences program at Guelph and the Biomedical Sciences program at Ottawa. Both of them seem to be great programs. So, any insight on them and how your experience has been would be very nice. Even if you can't provide a comparison, please explain to me the pros and cons of your experience, including how you felt in the city for either of the schools. Thank you very much for taking the time to help me.
  4. At Guelph, the first year biology courses don't offer lab components. Does anyone know if they can still be accepted by Ottawa U and McGill med schools or if there are other courses at Guelph which they'll accept instead? I've tried emailing admissions officers and they've given really generic responses and I was hoping maybe someone knew from experience. By the way, I know someone already asked this question some years ago, but the replies didn't provide a really good answer and I thought maybe in the last few years some people have obtained better results. Thanks in advance!
  5. Hello, The admission offer package states "The success of the current academic year, including having maintained your average; (your average must not be lower than the minimum WGPA cut off that was established according to your geographic status)". Does this apply for course-based Master's students? That is, would marks from graduate courses be considered to meet this condition? Thanks!
  6. ENGLISH FOLLOWS Bonjour à tous! Encore une fois cette année, les étudiants de médecine de première année de l’Université d’Ottawa, sont fiers de vous offrir des séances d’entrevues simulées pour vous permettre de vous familiariser avec le déroulement de la vraie entrevue! L'inscription est ouverte aux gens à qui l'Université d'Ottawa a offert une entrevue, vous coûtera 12$ et tous les fonds seront versés à l'oeuvre de bienfaisance choisie par la classe de 2020: Repaires Jeunesse du Canada. Le paiement se fera à l’aide de Paypal pendant votre inscription en ligne. Le lien ci-joint vous dirigera vers la page d’inscription. La période d’inscription débutera le lundi le 30 janvier à 17h00. Les séances sont offertes de façon premier arrivé, premier servi donc ne tardez pas! Il n'y aura pas de liste d'attente. Pour toutes questions, contactez-nous au admissionsmd2020@gmail.com. PARTAGEZ CE MESSAGE! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409094ea5af2ba6fc1-mock — Hi! Once again this year, the first year students of the University of Ottawa - Faculty of Medicine are proud to offer mock interviews, which aim to give you a practise run before your real interview. Mock interviews are available to students who have been offered an interview at the University of Ottawa, will cost you $12, and the money will go towards our class charity, Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada. The payment will be processed online through Paypal along with your registration. The link below will bring you to the registration page. The registration period will begin on Monday, January 30th at 5:00 p.m. The sessions are offered on a first-come, first-served basis, so please don’t wait! There will be no waiting list. If you have any questions, contact us at admissionsmd2020@gmail.com. PLEASE SHARE THIS MESSAGE! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409094ea5af2ba6fc1-mock
  7. ENGLISH FOLLOWS Bonjour à tous! Encore une fois cette année, les étudiants de médecine de première année de l’Université d’Ottawa, sont fiers de vous offrir des séances d’entrevues simulées pour vous permettre de vous familiariser avec le déroulement de la vraie entrevue! L’entrevue simulée est offerte aux étudiant ayant reçu une invitation d'entrevue à l'Université d'Ottawa, vous coûtera 12$ et tous les fonds seront versés à l'oeuvre de bienfaisance choisie par la classe de 2020: Repaires Jeunesse du Canada. Le paiement se fera à l’aide de Paypal pendant votre inscription en ligne. Le lien ci-joint vous dirigera vers la page d’inscription. La période d’inscription débutera le lundi le 30 janvier à 17h00. Les séances sont offertes de façon premier arrivé, premier servi donc ne tardez pas! Il n'y aura pas de liste d'attente. Pour toutes questions, contactez-nous au admissionsmd2020@gmail.com. PARTAGEZ CE MESSAGE! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409094ea5af2ba6fc1-mock — Hi! Once again this year, the first year students of the University of Ottawa - Faculty of Medicine are proud to offer mock interviews, which aim to give you a practise run before your real interview. Mock interviews are available to students that have been offered an interview at the University of Ottawa, will cost $12, and the money will go towards our class charity, Boys and Girls Clubs of Canada. The payment will be processed online through Paypal along with your registration. The link below will bring you to the registration page. The registration period will begin on Monday, January 30th at 5:00 p.m. The sessions are offered on a first-come, first-served basis, so please don’t wait! There will be no waiting list. If you have any questions, contact us at admissionsmd2020@gmail.com. PLEASE SHARE THIS MESSAGE! http://www.signupgenius.com/go/409094ea5af2ba6fc1-mock
  8. Premedstudent0307

    French Casper Thread

    There isn't much information about the French Casper thread so I thought I'd start one. I'm guessing it's a lot more difficult than the english one since french is wordier and takes longer to type. How do you even prepare for this? Does anyone know how heavily uottawa evaluates spelling and grammar?
  9. Hi everyone, UOttawa seems pretty discrete on how their interview looks like (unlike MMI's). All I know is that they are "traditional style" and most likely are panel interview. Would a nice soul describe to me concretely what their interviews look like? Are you alone in front of a panel or are you more than one person? Is it more than one panel? Do they ask strictly traditional-like questions (regarding medicine, leardership, health, ethical questions, personal experience), or they may ask some unexpected questions? How long does it last? Thank you! It's always more reassuring when you know exactly what to expect. Best!
  10. Hi there I am looking to find out the admissions stats for applicants applying through the aboriginal streams. I am specifically interested in University of Ottawa and NOSM. I am looking at applying and can not find very much info on aboriginal applicants that have been previously accepted or applied. If there is anyone that has applied to medical school as an aboriginal student and gotten an interview or been accepted please share you GPA, and EC's below. And any other info if you feel necessary. My info: GPA: 3.7 (after two years, intend on applying to UOttawa) EC's: volunteering, coaching, lots of volunteering, but no research. Stream: English, Aboriginal applicant From: Northern Ontario
  11. Hi there I am looking to find out the admissions stats for applicants applying through the aboriginal streams. I am specifically interested in University of Ottawa and NOSM. I am looking at applying and can not find very much info on aboriginal applicants that have been previously accepted or applied. If there is anyone that has applied to medical school as an aboriginal student and gotten an interview or been accepted please share you GPA, and EC's below. And any other info if you feel necessary. My info: GPA: 3.7 (after two years, intend on applying to UOttawa) EC's: volunteering, coaching, lots of volunteering, but no research. Stream: English, Aboriginal applicant From: Northern Ontario
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