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  1. Thank you. It's because I know Queen's doesn't use Winter 2020 for the 2YR GPA, and I also only took four courses in Fall 2019 (2 half courses, 2 full year - but the full years don't show up on fall transcript) so I am not sure how to confirm if Queen's deems me eligible for a 2YR GPA, since my fall transcript looks like I only took 2 courses (they have a minimum 3 course requirement)..
  2. Hi everyone! I was wondering if there is a way after submitting your application to confirm that the admissions committee has calculated your 2YR GPA correctly? Do you send an email to ask them, or does it show up on an application portal?
  3. Hi, does anyone know how Queen's views full-year courses for their 2YR GPA? Full-year courses usually don't show up on fall transcripts, so do they assume you didn't take the course?
  4. Hi everyone, I know that Queens calculates best 2 years based on a course load of 8 courses per academic year. My program only allows a maximum yof 7 courses per year, so I decided to take the 8th course through an online school affiliated with my university (Chang School-Ryerson). I sent an email to Queens but haven’t received a reply yet. Does anyone know whether Queens accepts online courses into the course load?
  5. Did you have any ABS that stood out in your application?
  6. Thanks for your reply DrOtter. I saw that a lot of the people on this forum who got interviews were in the 3.9x range so felt unsure.
  7. Hi everyone, I currently have a wGPA of exactly 3.80 and was wondering what your advice is regarding whether I have a good chance of meeting the cut-off. I know it varies each year depending on the applicants, but Queen's is the only school I'll be applying for and I was wondering if I should just give up on med school or try one more time to apply.
  8. would this be a temporary position, or permanent? because i think many of us on premed101 still have full-time school starting sept
  9. I'm thinking of taking this route, but make sure to look through the admissions info carefully. For example, many medical schools need you to have 5 courses per term (30 credit hours) in order to be considered. For nursing, we usually have less than that due to clinical placements.
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