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  1. All the Québec francophone schools don’t require the MCAT. In Ontario, the University of Ottawa doesn’t require the MCAT for all the different streams (anglophone, francophone, CNFS)
  2. Peut-être que ce tableau de OMSAS peut te donner une meilleure idée? https://www.ouac.on.ca/fr/guide/omsas-echelle-de-notation/ Je ne sais pas ce que chaque uni utilise pour la conversion au Québec, mais ce tableau peut peut-être t'aider
  3. À uOttawa, on a eu le droit de changer toutes les notes qu'on voulait pour S/NS à l'hiver 2020 dans la plupart des facultés. Par contre, sciences de la santé nous avait averti que ça pourrait avoir un impact sur l'admission à des programmes d'études supérieures. Personnellement, je n'ai pas osé demander un S/NS, au cas où... Je pense que c'est un risque calculé selon la note/les notes que tu veux enlever. C'est probable que ça ne soit jamais un problème pour toi Aussi, pour uOttawa médecine, j'ai entendu dire qu'il faut que les cours pré-requis aient une note numérique ou une lettre.
  4. Don't worry about this Applicants from later interview dates get in too! There really doesn't seem to be a correlation between your interview date and offers.
  5. Any other first year med students panicking reading this thread? I don't know how to function on less than 8hrs of sleep hahaha!
  6. With Scotiabank in Ontario, you get the full amount right away (takes a few days to process).
  7. Salut! J'ai fait un bacc en sciences de la santé à UOttawa direct après le secondaire 5 et je ne le recommande vraiment pas. C'est faisable, mais je te suggère très fortement d'aller au Cégep, où tu vas pouvoir compléter tous tes préalables. Ensuite si tu n'es pas accepté tu peux remonter tes notes à l'uni En plus, sciences de la santé ne donne pas des cotes de rendement élevées au Québec (c'est considéré comme biologie, même si c'est vraiment pas un bacc en bio). Tu peux me contacter si tu as des questions!
  8. Québec med schools (except McGill), use this system which is very different than rest of Canada. It can be in your advantage depending on your grades and the program you're in. They are also changing how interview invites work this year. I recommend checking out their pages. Good luck
  9. Check out les étalons de cotes de U Laval. Your GPA is converted based on which program you're in. UdeM and Sherbrooke don't release their étalons. These are not actual numbers, but let's say someone with a 4/4 GPA in biology could be a 33 CRU at Laval and someone else with 4/4 in physiotherapy could be a 36 CRU at Laval.
  10. Hi! Assuming your Casper went very well, you probably will get an interview. Receiving an offer really depends on the interview though. Good luck, and I advice to stop thinking about it until January
  11. I remember our advisor in high school telling us that we were getting an extra something for our cégep applications It was a while back though!
  12. I'm not sure if it's still the case or even if it ever was at these Cégeps, but we were told we had a small bonus to our average if we did IB (like 0.5 or something). I'm not sure as it's been a while but it's worth asking your academic advisor about!
  13. Bonjour, À ma connaissance, l'Université d'Ottawa accepte uniquement des étudiants canadiens (aucun étudiant international, sans exceptions).
  14. Hi! Some students are native speakers, others are not. No one is expecting students to have a perfect french. However, everyone is comfortable interacting in french with their peers, professors and patients. If you are able to write the Casper in french and interview in french, then your french is good enough
  15. I really don't know. You can contact their admissions officer by email
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