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  1. Hey i took mine in french yesterday! How much did y'all end up writing for the different questions on the french casper?
  2. Hey! I'm in the same boat as you, can't find much unfortunately, just been translating english ones
  3. Hey everyone, I was just wondering if Ottawa only looks at your top 3 for each category when looking at your ABS. Do they simply ignore all the other entries? Also, would it impact me significantly if I don't have at least 3 for multiple categories? Thanks in advance!
  4. Seems strange that Ottawa would implement this somewhat last second without even updating the application requirements on their site... Hopefully we get a confirmation soon!
  5. Hey, Based on previous years, the cut-off for OOP french stream applicants is 3.87. The GPA cut-off for the french stream is much lower than this, but only if you're IP or in the Outaouais-Québec region. The English stream has had a GPA cut-off of 3.85 or so for the last few years. Good luck!
  6. Thats strange, why does Uottawa have the lowest rating in ontario?
  7. Ohh yes that makes sense, thanks for your help!
  8. Great thanks so much! I checked that out on their site and noticed that that sentence is followed by "leading to a bachelors degree". So one could assume you would need to complete your bachelors degree?
  9. Hi, I was just wondering if you need to complete your bachelors in order to be accepted to uOttawa med? I was thinking of applying in my 3rd year, and since I am in a 4 year degree, I would NOT have completed my bachelors if I were to ever get accepted. Would this disqualify me? Thanks!
  10. Hey just curious, but how does being french help you get into Ontario med schools?
  11. Wow thanks for the great answer! I will have 2 other references for when I apply, so really that only leaves me with the con of having less experience on research techniques and different areas of research. Do you think this con would have an impact on my application?
  12. Hey everyone, I started doing research in a lab in my 2nd undergraduate year. I do think that I am going to stay in the same lab for the next 3 years (up until I graduate). This would also include an NSERC position in this lab during one of the summers. My question is: Would it be better to do research in different labs, or would staying in the same lab be just as good? I am asking this because there's not a specific research area that interests me more than others. I would enjoy them all the same. Thanks for your help!
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