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  1. Well if you look at that document leak, it seems the weighting changed gradually every year - so perhaps UBC is pretty flexible with those weightings?
  2. Hi, I go to UofC, but I want to take an english in the spring/summer semester at UBC or UofL or UofA (or whatever school has a good online english class) so I can fulfill the UBC english prerequisite since UofC isn't offering any good english options in the spring/summer. Now that spring/summer courses are online at most schools, can I enroll in them and how would anti-requisites work (I've already taken ENGL201 at UofC)? Thank you!
  3. I am going to be choosing my courses for uni, and I'm not sure whether I should take these physics courses to prepare for the MCAT or just self-study physics over the summer and replace these courses with some bird courses. I've finished Alberta physics in high school with a pretty high mark (97%) and I know the physics on the MCAT is pretty easy, but I want to make sure I'm covered without ruining my GPA for no reason. Should I just take physics 221 or both or none? Physics 221 Mechanics Introductory Newtonian p
  4. No, they should not. But I'm just not sure if I would be allowed to decline that award after initially accepting...
  5. Yes, they are for separate programs and the one I have been accepted to does not allow you to accept any other research grant in addition to it.
  6. Hi everyone! I'm going into 1st year of undergrad, and I have to start thinking about course selection. What do you all think about taking 4 courses vs 5/semester? Pros of taking 4: - more time to focus on remaining courses and do better in them - more time to work on ECs and other parts of my app Cons of taking 4 / pros of taking 5: - some med schools won't allow you to drop your lowest year (ex. UofT) I am hoping to go to UofC medical school, and it seems that it would be advantageous to just do 4, b/c the school seems very focused on ECs, and won't
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