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DR@YCC

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  1. I understand both jobs are the great, but which one is better in terms of standings out in the extracurricular part of the medical school application? ps just graduated high school, so I will be doing this jobs for around 4 years. and I have a passion for both for both of these career paths.
  2. I understand both jobs are the great, but which one is better in terms of standings out in the extracurricular part of the medical school application? ps just graduated high school, so I will be doing this jobs for around 4 years. and I have a passion for both for both of these career paths.
  3. I understand both jobs are the great, but which one is better in terms of standings out in the extracurricular part of the medical school application? ps just graduated high school, so I will be doing this jobs for around 4 years. and I have a passion for both for both of these career paths.
  4. should i list this on my application and, just how value will it be ?
  5. The Admissions Committee gives priority to Manitoba applicants. The University of Manitoba defines Manitoba applicants as those who: • have graduated from a Manitoba high school; or • have a recognized degree from a university in Manitoba; or • have completed a minimum of two consecutive years of full-time academic studies in a recognized program at a university in Manitoba, while physically residing in Manitoba; or • have been a resident in the Province of Manitoba for a minimum of two (2) years following high school graduation; the two year residence period will not be
  6. Hey guys, I'm think about doing a chemistry major, here at university of Saskatoon, any experience or gossip, would be greatly appreciate.
  7. I'm in grade 12 in currently have no volunteer experience at all. So as the title says should i be looking towards traditional volunteer experiences such as soup kitchens, libraries and hospital. Or go towards volunteer online as getting to the location could be kind of challenge. Also if anyone could recommend online volunteering platform it would be greatly appreciated. Has anyone used https://www.onlinevolunteering.org/? and my ultimate goal is to get in med school.
  8. Option #4: Do a second undergrad, do that undergrad in another province and stay there for 3 years to get IP (thinking sask) only if you know you can get your shit together and kill the mcat plus get a gpa(+90)
  9. Do you think USask will start look at ECs in the next 6 year or so?
  10. I was reading the handbook and it said it only count as ten percent. Is this true?
  11. Hey, why is this. Also, do you think it likely you're going to have to show extracurricular for med school in the next five year or so.
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