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  1. Réponse : liste d'attente rang 42 Réponse de l'UdeM : Refus Catégorie : Universitaire Cote CRU laval : 28.XXX de CRC Impressions sur le CASPer : J'imagine que le Casper s'est bien passé vu que ma côte est relativement basse comparé aux autres (Quelqu'un pourrait confirmer/ infirmer?) Commentaires : Quand même content d'être sur la LA avec ma cote qui est quand même basse!
  2. I do believe they are going to show up! My advisor told me that all transferred credits (GPA included) will be counted towards the cumulative GPA of the BSc.
  3. Hey Imz, Thank you for your answer, I will definitely do that. I have spoken to my academic advisor before and he said that although it wont ''appear'' as it's one program, the credits that will be transfered into my BSc in psychology will count into the GPA of the BSc. in Psychology. At the same time, the credits that would have been transfered will not count in the GPA of the minor and major and these two programs would be ''nullified'' in some sort. So in the transcript, there would only be a GPA for BSc in psychology and not for the minor or Major.
  4. Hey everyone, I have tried looking up the forum and also written to the admission office, but I haven't gotten a clear answer, so I would like to know if anyone have experienced something as I did. So basically, after graduating from my first undergraduate, I decided to pursue a minor in arts and science during my first year (which accounted for 30 credits) and in my second year (this year), I started doing a major in Psychology (Another 30 credits). However, I would like to transfer all my credits from my minor and major to the Bachelor degree specialized in Psychology which I have appl
  5. Hey everyone, I have tried looking up the forum and also written to the admission office, but I haven't gotten a clear answer, so I would like to know if anyone have experienced something as I did. So basically, after graduating from my first undergraduate, I decided to pursue a minor in arts and science during my first year (which accounted for 30 credits) and in my second year (this year), I started doing a major in Psychology (Another 30 credits). However, I would like to transfer all my credits from my minor and major to the Bachelor degree specialized in Psychology which I have appl
  6. Hi everyone, Does anyone know if "most recent three years of undergrad" is taken for a same degree or can it be from different degree? Im currently in my second year of my second undergrad so I would like to know if the CGPA would be calculated base on my first and second year of my second undergrad or will they also take the last year (3rd year) of my first undergrad into the calculation of my CGPA? Thanks!
  7. Salut, Je te dirais de te fier à cette liste là, qui indique les programmes encore ouverts pour l'automne 2020. Malheureusement, la plupart des baccalauréat ''contingenté'' ne sont plus ouverts. https://admission.umontreal.ca/programmes-detudes/filtres/cycle_1/particularites_etat_ouvert/trimestre_2204/particularites_admission_prochain_trimestre_automne/ J'espère que cela t'éclaircie un peu!
  8. Wouldn't fall year 3 not count at all because it's not full time? A full-time academic year where the equivalent of four (4) courses per semester is taken is accepted and counted in the WGPA calculation only if the missing course/unit is completed either as an additional course within another academic year or as a summer course. By additional course, don't they mean like 5 + 1 additional?
  9. Hello, I am kinda confused and Uottawa hasn't answered my emails yet regarding their admission process. If anyone could help me it would be great! So for context I have graduated from a BSc in Biomedical Science (3 years) and I am doing a second degree at the moment (4th year) 1) One of their admission requirements is that ''A full-time academic year where the equivalent of four (4) courses per semester is taken is accepted and counted in the WGPA calculation only if the missing course/unit is completed either as an additional course within another academic year or as a summer
  10. Hi ! To add to this topic, without making a new posts, can someone help me with my situation, I'm a little bit confused ... If I have completed my bachelor studies as follow, which years will be counted towards the wGPA and which year would not? 3 credits = 1 course Year 1: Fall 15 credits Winter 15 credits Summer 3 credits Year 2: Fall 12 credits Winter 15 credits Summer 15 credits Year 3: Fall 15 credits Winter 0 credits Year 4: Fall 15 credits Winter 12 credits Could the Credits during Summer Year 2 be used to complete for example the missing
  11. Hi I got my ranking today! It would be awesome if everyone could share their stats I was ranked 705/819 Academics (I am not sure if they considered my extenuating circumstances, I would need to call to verify because it's lower than what I was expecting) 190/819 CV 190/819 Casper General Rank: 630/819
  12. Bonjour, je finis présentement mon baccalauréat en sciences biomédicales et je vise la pharmacie comme programme. J'ai présentement un GPA de 3.6 avec la bonification de UdeM, par contre je ne suis pas sûr si ma côte est assez forte pour être admis / liste d'attente. Ainsi, je voudrais augmenter ma cote sans toutefois passer par un autre baccalauréat (ds les 3.7-3.8). Est-ce que vous croyez que ca serait suffisant. Quelles sont mes meilleurs options pour faire cela? Merci pour vos conseils!
  13. Bonjour, je suis à la recherche d'une étudiante au collège boi -de-boulogne que j'ai rencontré aux portes ouvertes le dimanche 27 octobre 2013. C'était une étudiante en 3e session en science de la nature profil santé. Elle m'avait donnée son émail, mais je l'ai malheureusement perdu. Info de plus, elle était responsable pour surveiller les escaliers du pavillon Ignace Bourget pour descendre vers les toillettes en bas. C'est une étudiante de taille moyenne (1m70-75), cheveux bruns/chataignes. MErci beaucoup!!!
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