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  1. I don't think so, they have a lot of applicants and they probably will take weeks to verify everyone. They contacted me to clarify my QC residency and they wrote back saying it has been verified. Yet nothing shows up on my minerva, so I think there is a processing time plus, it takes time to get through everyone
  2. 1. You can take them part time, many people do. Especially with online universities such as Athabasca. 2. Honestly, med schools don't care so much about clinical experience. They want you to pursue extra-curriculars that you are passionate about and stick with them for quite some time. As for research, look for positions online kind of like when you are looking for a job. You can also contact professors at a university asking if they need assistants for their research. 3. If you have already graduated, most schools don't allow you to redo prereqs to bring up the gpa. Your gpa is pret
  3. Anyone willing to do some practice for the Casper together? DM if interested
  4. It is still required for Ottawa unfortunately
  5. Can I ask when you registered? The website says that the labs are running.... I hope not since we are still in the middle of covid so I'm a little confused.
  6. Do you guys have room for one more? I am writing at then end of october and looking for people to practice with
  7. Oh I see what you mean. Awesome! thanks so much for the advice!
  8. A lot of people have clinical experience? Interesting, I thought it is quite difficult to shadow in Canada. I have clinical experience from nursing school practicums. Would you suggest I put it under work experience (even though I wasn't paid), or just under the skills section?
  9. Has anyone taken the Thompson Rivers online ochem course? I am considering that since I am hearing so many bad things about ochem at Athabasca....
  10. I don't think the mcat has much of a role at all at McGill anymore. The other french schools look at program difficulty which would work in your favor (since I assume dentistry is quite difficult), so you might stand a chance at those.
  11. Personally I think it would be really unfair to just terminate this semester from admission, especially for the people who are doing a 5th year to raise their grades. Everyone spent a lot of time and money on courses this semester. I think that if you have grades, they will use them and if it's P/F they won't. Or maybe the entire admissions system will be revamped for the upcoming cycle. Hard to say though, we will just have to wait and see...
  12. Are you considered “in province” if you did your entire undergrad at Dal? (Parents were in another province).
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