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I currently live in BC and is a BC resident. I'm heading to UofT for undergrad soon. If I maintain my MSP coverage, will I still be considered a IP applicant in the future? 

Thanks very much!

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56 minutes ago, Blank7 said:

I currently live in BC and is a BC resident. I'm heading to UofT for undergrad soon. If I maintain my MSP coverage, will I still be considered a IP applicant in the future? 

Thanks very much!

Under the current rules, yes, but no guarantee it won’t change in the future.

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Not totally relevant to what you are asking. But if I may offer some advice, do not go to u of t for undergrad unless you are willing to risk your GPA. I am saying this as an u of t graduate with 98%ile MCAT and a shit GPA to med school standard. 
I only realized this after I finished so I thought I would let you know before someone tells you “ no one forced you to attend U of T in 4 years from now. 

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9 hours ago, sorrynotsorry said:

Not totally relevant to what you are asking. But if I may offer some advice, do not go to u of t for undergrad unless you are willing to risk your GPA. I am saying this as an u of t graduate with 98%ile MCAT and a shit GPA to med school standard. 
I only realized this after I finished so I thought I would let you know before someone tells you “ no one forced you to attend U of T in 4 years from now. 

I echo this. Avoid UofT if possible

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2 hours ago, Vancouver Premed said:

I agree with all the comments above... if you look at most of the matriculants for U of T med, most of the people in the program are from McMaster and not from U of T itself.

I know its a risk, I thought about it a lot beforehand but I still wanted to go to UofT. Plus I can't exactly turn back at this point. I'll just have to do my best. Plus, if someone attending Uoft made it in, then why can't I? The reason I would fail is because of my own lack of effort

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2 minutes ago, Blank7 said:

I know its a risk, I thought about it a lot beforehand but I still wanted to go to UofT. Plus I can't exactly turn back at this point. I'll just have to do my best. Plus, if someone attending Uoft made it in, then why can't I? The reason I would fail is because of my own lack of effort

The words of every high school student before attending university ever.  Good luck.

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46 minutes ago, Blank7 said:

I know its a risk, I thought about it a lot beforehand but I still wanted to go to UofT. Plus I can't exactly turn back at this point. I'll just have to do my best. Plus, if someone attending Uoft made it in, then why can't I? The reason I would fail is because of my own lack of effort

Fair enough, I am glad that you made an informed decision. I wish you all the best with your studies :) 

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