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  1. As somebody not following the situation can someone give me a quick recap of what happened?
  2. Sorry all for the basic question. What is ROAD and what does it refer to?
  3. Don't worry about it. Happened to me and was accepted. Just be honest
  4. wGPA! My cGPA is in the low 3.7s to be honest, I can't exactly remember and I can't find a way to logon to my old application If I did though, it would've been an explanation on why I didn't pursue a graduate degree (I had some extenuating factors that precluded me from continuing my education at that point in my life). I didn't really have a compelling reason for my lower marks in 1st year other than it was a big transitional period.
  5. I'm not sure where all these rumours for the numbers for "internal cutoffs" come from, but it's not 3.85 and I'd take these circulating rumours with a huge grain of salt. I got in this past cycle with a 3.82 as an undergrad (albeit off the waitlist)
  6. https://www.thespec.com/news/hamilton-region/2020/05/25/mcmaster-moves-fall-semester-online-amid-covid-19.html "Health-care professional programs will be on campus, but can anticipate additional information from their programs." It's obvious at this point that all med schools across Canada will be online, with a few exceptions for small group interactions.
  7. -Reserving 1/4 of the seats for the online interviewees wouldn't be the fairest way of going about this. -It makes more sense to look at the scores from both in-person and online and see if there are any significant statistical differences in scoring, then make necessary adjustments to the scores. People assume that online interviewees are disadvantaged but this might not be the case, it could just as well be the other way around as there are many factors at play (ex. interviewers more sympathetic to the online interviewee's situation). Only by looking at the results can we ensure fairnes
  8. Whew that's actually good news all things considered. Mac canceling all interviews isn't really sitting well
  9. I don't think you need to fill it out if you're done school. I think it's more a place to explain if you had gaps in your undergrad studies. "Ummmm.....I'm not attending college or university because I respect myself too much"
  10. Thanks for the help! Is that the case? On the dal site it says "For all of the above assessments, you must meet the stated minimum GPA requirement for the applicant category you are applying in, in EACH year being assessed. GPAs from each year of study are then averaged to determine your overall GPA." I thought that this meant they took an "average of averages." Would it not then be better for me to use my best 3 years (years 2, 4, 5) which goes (3.9 + 3.7 + 3.8)/3 = 3.8 overall GPA?
  11. The wording on the Dal site regarding their GPA assessment is confusing me a little. I'm finished my degree, and I did 5 years --> Do they take the 2 most consecutive senior years (i.e. year 4 and 5) --> Or do they take the best 3 years? (for me: Years 2, 4, and 5) Year 1: 3.6 Year 2: 3.9 Year 3: 3.6 Year 4: 3.66 (Does this round to 3.7?) Year 5: 3.8 Do I even qualify to apply? I'm OOP so the minimum is 3.7
  12. I'm still confused on their policy towards graduate degrees. Let's say you have two applicants with Master's degrees, both are conferred already. One is course-based and one is research-based. Would they weigh those two graduate degrees in the same way? In the June 27 livestream, they only addressed how these two are assessed differently if you are applying before the degree is conferred (Course based master's means you're still in the undergraduate pool, basically, if you haven't completed it)
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