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  1. Thank you both! Western confirmed the restrictions are indeed only if you're doing a special year. Now I can go into my semester with some peace of mind
  2. Hi all, Sorry if this question has been asked and answered before, I tried to browse a bit but I couldn't find anything. I am currently in my last year of school and taking three 3rd year courses and two 2nd year courses, which I know satisfies the requirements, however, one of the third year courses did not require any prerequisites. It's also a class that has nothing to do with my degree, just something I thought would we fun to take. Is that fine? I could have sworn I once read on the Schulich website that once you are in third or fourth year you cannot take courses that don't req
  3. Hey everyone, I'm selling a Kaplan MCAT Complete 7-Book Subject Review 2018-2019 set for 200$. Never opened and in its original packaging. Please message me if you're interested. I am willing to meet anywhere in Ottawa but would prefer to meet at The University of Ottawa. Thanks!
  4. Hey all, A friend of mine is applying to medical school this year for the first time. Her third referee informed her yesterday that he lost the link they sent him to submit her reference letter, she called OMSAS but they gave her another email to contact and said it may take up to two business days before she gets any sort of response. Have any of you ever been in a similar situation? How strict is Queens with their deadline? And does anyone know at what time the deadline is tomorrow? Any insight anyone could give me on this would be much appreciated, she's pretty broken up about
  5. Okay, from all that i've read I thought as much. It just seemed strange to me that they wouldn't even check if someone failed courses, you know? But anyways, thanks for both your inputs!
  6. Hello everyone! I had a question about Western's grading scheme. I understand that they take the best two years of your undergrad but do you guys think that this is really all they consider in terms of GPA? For instance, I'm currently completing a fifth year at a university in Ontario. My first three years I failed 3 courses and did very poorly in others. However, my fourth year I managed to turn it around and got a 3.84 GPA. I think my fifth year's GPA is going to be even higher then that (maybe 3.9), as I got a 3.95 first semester. I haven't taken the MCAT yet, but I am confident I c
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