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  1. Hi everyone, I've been lurking this forum for years and find you all to be so helpful so I figured I'd post this here (hope it's in the right spot). I'm an incoming Med-1 at McGill (YAY) and wanted other people's input on commuting vs living close to campus. My commute is ~2.5 hours/day roundtrip and I've been doing it for 5 years now (been at McGill for awhile haha). I'm getting really fed up with wasting so much time commuting and I'd really love to move close to campus this fall. However, I would be paying for rent/groceries/bills/tuition/everything completely on my own. I currently
  2. Since you know people involved in the selection process, do you happen to know if GPA is assessed as part of detailed file review? I keep hearing conflicting information, some say academics account for 60% and others say UofT creates a competitive cutoff each year and once you've met that, only ABS/LORs/essays determine whether or not you receive an invite. I don't know if anyone actually knows the answer to this but I'm right under a 3.9 and it's been worrying me since September lol
  3. I'm also still waiting for a response. However, this was posted yesterday on their Facebook page - might help calm some nerves: "To those who are still awaiting a response, we will continue to send out interview invitations to applicants over the next few weeks. #UofTMed"
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