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  1. Beautiful! Exactly what I need to know. Thank you! This pretty much finalized the decision for me. Any more opinions are, of course, still welcomed!
  2. Thank you all for your responses so far! One question still remains though. The statistics for the Med School admission shows around the same number of admissions from U of T as the rest of Canada excluding Ontario. The graph I'm referring to is here: http://applymd.utoronto.ca/admission-stats Does this mean that I have less chance of admission from McGill (i.e. 13 admissions / 200 applicants from all over Canada VS 13 admissions / 50 applicants from U of T itself) or does it only mean that roughly the same number of people apply from the rest of Canada as just U of T itself (i.e. 13
  3. Greetings all, I am new here as a lost grade 12 (thus my username ). I currently have offers from McGill Biochemistry and U of T Life Sciences. With the ultimate goal of getting accepted into U of T Medical School, which one of these two choices is better for me? More specifically, which one offers me the greatest chance of acceptance? As subjective as that is, I still decided to ask the powerful online community. I'm asking these questions based on two conflicting observations I made while searching online: 1. McGill undergrads tend to have higher GPAs. U of T is notorious online fo
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