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  1. Result: Accepted (French) Time Stamp: 6:46am wGPA: 3.81 CASPER: Prepped for about a month. Wasn't sure I did well and I got cut off on one question I think. ECs: Diverse, music and church stuff, and little research experience. Interview: My first ever interview and I thought it didn't go well. I left feeling ok and started to doubt my answers ~10 min after. My panel was sort of neutral and one of the interviewers kept asking follow up questions. I was expecting to be placed on the waitlist but I'm so grateful! Year: 4th year (graduating this
  2. I responded to the email I received (I didn't get an automatic response).
  3. Hi! I just got an invite for an interview at uOttawa in the French stream. I have one month to prep and I was wondering where should I start? Does anyone have some really good resources (I'll take french and english) that I could use? Any advice? For those of view who interviewed for the French stream, how was it? Any advice? Thanks!
  4. INVITEEEEEEE:)))))))))))) Time Stamp: 2:30 pm Location: IP Stream: French wGPA: 3.81 (OMSAS) Current year: 4th ECs: I think pretty diverse. Church, piano, tutoring, and clubs on campus. Casper: I have no clue lol. This was my first time applying and writing it
  5. Oh wow. Thanks for the advice! Do you mind telling me what you're doing now? Did you go back and did a second undergrad or..?
  6. Oh ok. I wanted to continue my studies and work as university professor (if medicine doesn't work out). I think I can get credits from Biomed, but is my Bsc. in Biomed degree useless then?
  7. Hi, I'm a 4th year student at uOttawa in biomedical science. I'm set to graduate this spring and I've been thinking of what I'll do next. I applied to uOttawa med (french stream) for the first time in fall 2019; however, my wGPA was not the best (3.81) but so far, it's going up and it should (hopefully) be closer to a 3.9 once I graduate. I haven't heard anything from uOttawa yet but I'm trying to be realistic. I'm considering applying for a Master's. I'm doing my honours project in animal physiology (behaviour and stress) and I really enjoy it. I'm not doing a Master's to improve
  8. Hi, For those who applies more than once, did you use the same study materials (same scenarios) to practice for every cycle? If I need to apply again, I'm wondering where I'll find more materials for the CASPer test if I use everything I have for this cycle (which I will; I need to increase my chances at getting in). Thank you!
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