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  1. C’est la première fois que j’applique donc j’étais pas au courant que y’a des erreurs de leurs part ... haha merci !
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  2. haha oui je vérifie souvent parce que je m'attends à ça de leur part y'a tellement d'erreurs et de problème ... et j'imagine que oui !
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  3. Look at the statistics on the website for OOS. Even someone with cGPA as low as 3.5 I believe has been admitted. Imo why even bother think about competitiveness? All you are going to lose is 130 dollars and some hours on the application, but that way you still have some chance, rather than not applying and have 0 chance. Maybe you think you are not competitive, but you might actually be a very good applicant in their eyes. We never know!
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  4. Let’s eat together tonight - Uber-eats carries everywhere!
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  6. SUS[U]AN'S Some upstarts saw unimpeded activity - no standoffishness!
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  7. DEFINITELY Don't expect favours! It's not indefinitely tolerated - eventually, lovers, yodel!
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  8. YOUTHFULNESS Your outgoing unique truthfulness has full understanding Larry, now, especially Sandra's, Susuan's.
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  9. DISMISSED Don't insinuate supposed misinformation, I'm somewhat surprised Edward, definitely!
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  10. SATISFIED Some attempted to investigate suspicious fraud - it's easily dismissed.
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  11. DILIGENTLY Digging into legalese, interestingly gained exciting new terminology, learning youthfulness.
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  12. If you have 15 first-author publications during medical school, that actually sounds really shady. Hard to be that productive and have anything of adequate quality.
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  13. SCATTERBRAINED She can advise the teacher, even revise basic reports and inform nurses especially diligently.
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  14. STRAIGHTFORWARDNESS Some trainees reported an incident George. Having thought forever on reporting, Warren also reported. Deciding not, Ed seemed satisfied.
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  15. FreddyHeff

    Trop vieux?

    l'année où j'ai débuté en physiothérapie, à 35 ans, j'ai aussi été accepté en médecine (oui, je sais, c'est rare, mais je me passionne beaucoup plus pour la physio, ça vient avec l'âge et l'expérience, on sait ce qu'on veut). Les facultés ne discriminent pas, donc vas-y fort!!
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  16. Probably a combination of different life history, different values around money, and different personality. I certainly didn't grow up in poverty myself (though my father has told me he didn't have much growing up), but we sure weren't rich, and if we wanted something as kids we were mostly expected to save for it, and it was very clear that large purchases (more than 50-100 dollars) were a Big Deal to be thought about carefully and made infrequently, especially if they were purely for enjoyment. I didn't grow up having the nicest or newest anything, and I still mostly don't, nor do I partic
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  18. Considering that file review hasn’t even started yet I would not hold my breath until the date rolls around
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  19. I had 0 shadowing experience and am in Uoft program. Your experience sounds great and definitely related to OT!
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  20. For anyone who has returned back to university to upgrade their marks after graduating, did you select "correspondence/Continuing Education/Open Learning" along with "Undergraduate" for your transcript? (I completed undergrad in Ontario)
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  21. Hey! I am a first year at Queen’s OT & had zero shadowing experience before applying! However I had experience working with both children & adults with disabilities through work, school, & volunteer positions. I think direct shadowing experience is of course helpful, but definitely not a requirement. Hope that helps, good luck!
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  22. Hi! I applied last year with a W in the last 20 courses when I applied, and a total of 5 Ws throughout my undergrad (big yikes). It didn't seem to have impacted my applications for Ontario schools and UofA!
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  23. Le questionnaire sera disponible au début du mois de janvier, après le congé des fêtes. L''information sera communiquée aux candidats à leur adresse courriel personnelle. C'est toujours difficile avec les admissions en pharmacie à l'ulaval :/
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  24. Yeah - very sad news. I agree that newer cars usually have better safety features, but sometimes in collisions it comes down to something as simple as weight of the vehicle. In the t-bone case, I think only a much heavier vehicle might have done better, like a SUV - but mileage, CO2, .. are less favourable (and roll-over risk). Rust can also really compromise body integrity and so increase risk during a roll-overs. Cars generally roll over less though than SUV, minivans etc.. but still a newer car would likely have improved safety. Sounds like a dangerous turn.
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  25. I also know Queen's only accepted 50 OT and 50 PT students this cohort (as opposed to their usual 70 in each) - not sure if this will also carry over to next year's application cycle as well, but some insight.
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