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  1. HI @Meridian, That's why I am a bit confused, and my chance for Canada seems limited to a few schools....I've heard about the Special Master's Program in the USA, where you do a year of studies with medical courses, science prereqs, and research/clinical experience and I have been debating between doing that or a year of Masters in Calgary, because I know in the US a masters can make a bigger difference than in Canada. What do you recommend? I have been limited from applying to US schools because they look at science GPA as well, which is quite low for me (<3.0). Have you heard
  2. Hi @Meridian, Here are my GPA scores for each year, each was a full course load: Year 1---> 3.09 Year 2---> 3.14 Year 3 ---> 3.91 Year 4----> 3.75 I can't do a 5th year as I have already graduated
  3. Hi @Meridian, Here are my GPA scores for each year, each was a full course load: Year 1---> 3.09 Year 2---> 3.14 Year 3 ---> 3.91 Year 4----> 3.75 I can't do the 5th year as I have already graduated.
  4. Hello everybody, I am in a dilemma between choosing options to best work towards med and so I thought I'd seek your input. Here is a bit of my background: Undergraduate in Kinesiology, graduated with a 79.8% overall, after dropping worst year, my percentage moves closer to 81%. My MCAT score on the new MCAT is 517, which is in the 95th percentile. Volunteering/ECs: I have shadowed a family doctor while volunteering as an interpreter for almost 1 year, I have volunteered at a rehabilitation/research center for those with spinal cord injuries, with my role mostly consisti
  5. @MedForDays did you end up moving to Alberta to gain in-province status? How did that go? Did you get into Albertan medical schools?
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