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McGill Medicine Admissions Aggregated Academic History Workbook (MDSR)

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Hi guys,

 

McGill Medicine Admissions Aggregated Academic History Workbook (MDSR) is a pain in the butt as you guys probably agree.

 

I was wondering, for table Tbl3 where I enter my marks.. do I enter ALL my marks and designate certain courses as pre-reqs... or do I simple enter my Pre-req courses and not my upper-year courses?

 

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Enter ALL your courses including courses in progress and designate which courses are the science pre-reqs

 

Thanks! How do I know which of my courses are pre-reqs? I know first year bio is a pre-req... but instead of putting in my first yr bio as a pre req could I put in a second year cell bio course as I got an A+ mark in it compared to my A- mark in my first year bio course :)

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I'm from UdeM and I retook a course to increase my grade, so my first (bad) grade wasn't used for the calculation of my UdeM GPA. Does someone know if I have to enter both grade for that same course in the workbook ? Or only the one that UdeM used to calculate my GPA?

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Is the WorkBook something I can do last minute or am I invariably going to encounter some problems filling it out?

 

Well considering it is not a document that you put on Minerva and that it takes 10 days to acknowledge the reception...I do not know their politic about this.

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Hm, could this mean submitting the workbook today will result in an incomplete/potentially rejected application due to the 10 day delay? That sounds terrifying...

 

It could although this information needs to be verified. I just wrote what was on their website. Anyway it should not be a huge deal for a lot of people considering we had over 3 months to fill this.

 

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From: http://www.mcgill.ca/medadmissions/

 

The submission deadline is the deadline to receive all supporting documentation (elements of an application).

 

From:http://www.mcgill.ca/medadmissions/applying/elements/mdsr

 

A receipt will automatically be provided if the submission was successful. Please allow up to 10 business days for your document to show as received in your application checklist.

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It could although this information needs to be verified. I just wrote what was on their website. Anyway it should not be a huge deal for a lot of people considering we had over 3 months to fill this.

 

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From: http://www.mcgill.ca/medadmissions/

 

 

 

From:http://www.mcgill.ca/medadmissions/applying/elements/mdsr

 

I think you just need to email the workbok before tomorrow night.

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Hey guys so I filled in table 1 and 2 and 3 for the workbook, the 2 tabs for report 1 and 2 is blank still, is this suppose to happen or did I do anything more?

 

Also, for table 3, how come only up to row 36, it's shaded pink? that's only enough space for year 1....did anyone come across this?

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Are we both talking about table 1&2?

 

Also should all undergraduate be included in table 3. Specifically, I had to drop out of an elective because it was no longer credited. I am now taking 6 courses this semester. Should the elective that has a W remain in the workbook considering no grades are associated with it nor will ever be, and i have my 120 total credits from other courses?

 

Medschool2012 are you saying you didnt include any of the courses that will be completed upon graduation and prior to a hypothetical admission, but that aren't currently underway (in progress)?

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My degree is an honours degree. I'm not really required to do a research project but my degree is not a specialization. So what should I put?

 

Also, what's the program owner for CEGEP? I don't think they have a "faculty of science"... so what do I put?

edit: the answer is CEGEP

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My degree is an honours degree. I'm not really required to do a research project but my degree is not a specialization. So what should I put?

 

Also, what's the program owner for CEGEP? I don't think they have a "faculty of science"... so what do I put?

 

CEGEP,

pretty sure its written somewhere in the guidelines

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Do I put my Winter 2013 courses as well even though they are not in progress? I wouldn't think so but wondering what you thought.

 

Also, in table 3, the right side (shaded blue) doesn't give me any values. I'm scared I screwed something up in inserting rows or copy-pasting values. I am suspecting that simply dragging down the equations for those cells will do the trick, but I'll let the school do that. I don't want to screw things up more than I should.

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