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Hi all, I plan on taking 4 courses per semester for my second undergrad (currently enrolled). My overall GPA is 3.78. MCAT Score (126/129/127/129). Is it worth doing an additional two years of school if i'm not going to be taking 5 courses per semester?. Im in Ontario, and i think the only school that i wont be eligible for is Western.

p.s. i cant take five courses because of other responsibilities as an older person, and i don't want to hurt my GPA again.

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Did you do full course load in all 4 years of your first undergrad ?  Full course load allows you to use U of T weighted wGPA (drop xx courses from calculation).    You must do full course load in all years to use that.   

Have you calculated your wGPA for U of T on existing undergrad as it stands now ?

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2 minutes ago, Meridian said:

Did you do full course load in all 4 years of your first undergrad ?  Full course load allows you to use U of T weighted wGPA (drop xx courses from calculation).    You must do full course load in all years to use that.   

Have you calculated your wGPA for U of T on existing undergrad as it stands now ?

I didn't do a full course load in my 4th year of undergrad. It was nursing, and your schedule was basically predetermined. Ive always known that would not qualify for WGPA for that reason. The hope for UofT is for them to only consider my second degree. 

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