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  1. If you love Vancouver for those reasons, you probably will like Toronto, but neither Western or Queens is like that. I would choose to go to Western or Mac for an elective. Queens is a smaller program, a more relaxed program, but also a small university town. Western's IM is also considered a more relaxed, less service based program with good teaching. Both programs aren't particularly strong on research. London is a mid-sized university town and closer to Toronto.
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  2. PhD2MD

    Rads Pay

    Yeah and I'd also say that that logic should be applied to the services that make management decisions (some times split second ones like in stroke) based on their own reading of scans, independent from the rads read that may show up hours to days later.
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  4. Med Schools all have different methods to do a weighted wGPA for application assessment. Only MAC uses the full 4 year cGPA. Dal which you reference, as example uses last 2 years. Note they do require full course load and do NOT like repeat courses. So keep going with full course load and work to achieve a high GPA. Your first year will not hurt you if you can do well in year 2,3,4 You will see many schools do similar things - Queens, Western, Ottawa, U of T all haved weighted GPA's. https://medicine.dal.ca/departments/core-units/admissions/admissions/gpa-requirement/degree-as
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  5. I'm not sure if this will be helpful, but if you are looking for an alternate interview date, please also contact the schools to let them know. For internal, I was able to be placed on the waitlist for a few schools and they were really helpful in resolving conflicts when spots opened up!
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  6. Médecine20

    Résultat MEM

    Oui c'est vrai, c'est ça que je pensais aussi. Il y aurait sûrement des moyens de calculer le score global pour compenser, au moins en partie, la plus petite variation des cotes R pour se rapprocher plus d'un vrai 50-50, mais de ce qu'on voit ça ne semble pas être appliqué vu que l'entrevue fait toute la différence pour l'admission. C'est quand même impressionnant de voir comment 20 ou 25 points sur 600, ou même moins, peuvent faire la différence entre une offre ou un refus (ou une liste d'attente loin). C'est compréhensible que l'entrevue ait du poids, mais c'est un peu de la fausse publicité
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  7. Bonjour, Voici des données pour Sciences biomed UdeM selon la 1ère page de ce thread (données de 2016 mais qui donnent quand même une bonne idée) : 4,3: 38,6 | 4,0: 35,5 | 3,7: 32,5 | 3,3: 28,4
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