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  1. I agree with your statement if there were 4 applicants per day as you said. Unfortunately, I have to disagree with you based on the number (your logic is very sound, it just doesn't work with large numbers). there are 1600 quebec resident applicants. and we have estimated that 50% had the test on the last day possible (there is a thread that did a poll on this, I copied the estimates below), . you can see now why the 2 distribution must converge. when you have such large number, you have to converge. it's the law of large numbers. the other thing that could support your claim is
  2. no big difference though. if you are 6f2 tall you are in the top 10% of men, almost no matter where you go (unless it is the NBA). this is why I am saying that I expect inter-day changes to be slight but the difference between the casper pool and the applicant to slightly higher. so far, even those in the first quartile are applying. and if I were them, I would apply too (because most didn't know there results before hand. the second part of my comment is mostly a speculation. but the first part cannot change that much (it's not like the first day of the casper is general population
  3. Even if someone in the 3rd quartile was in the lower end of the quartile =>51st percental. that means that he/she scored the median score #1 ( in a pool of about 150 candidates). scoring the median on the last day of the casper (early october) would yield a median score #2 (pool of 1000 candidates). the law of great numbers clearly gives convergence between the two medians. (of course, given that both pool are similar and that none is intrinsically better than the other) the two medians must converge (and if the sample are very similar, which I think is not the case frankly, the entire
  4. then, I guess a third quartile will do it!. I saw the 1.5STD thing on Ulaval website I think. or Usherbrooke. isn't it?
  5. ohh ok. so one would expect the bottom 14 percentiles (of GPA and casper ) to be systemically eliminated (and not reviewed/verified). this was my theory too. as I always ranked in the top 10 in the academic section but was not invited in one of the previous cycles due to an issue with the casper . thanks for the confirmation guys
  6. Pareil ici quelqu'un connait il les stats de marché du travail de 2021. je trouve juste ce lien. ca ne contient que 2020. mais pas 2021 (qu'un sait il combien ont été interviewé dans cette catégorie. la logique veut que ca soit 3 pour 1 donc environ 36 candidat au entrevues) https://www.fmed.ulaval.ca/fileadmin/documents/programmes-etudes/etudes-medecine/doctorat-1er-cycle-medecine/documents/bilan-admission.pdf
  7. could you please update the form? I just added some small details to it. I would greatly appreciate! thanks
  8. Hi everyone. In order to estimate the prescreening Cutoff for Casper that McGill is using. I would like you to answer some questions. I want to know whether your IP status has been verified on Minerva (for MDCM applicants only) or not yet. please let us know: IP verified: Yes or No when were you verified? Casper Quartile: 1st, 2nd, 3rd or 4th First letter of your name: (in order to check if it's done alphabetically) Situation #: if reapplicant, were you verified last year? : were you invited last year? :
  9. oui, tu vas devoir envoyer un relevé de notes vide (y'aura juste les titres des cours ou tu es inscrit, sans notes). c'est juste pour que l'université verifie ton status d'inscrit à l'université et aussi de verifier que tu es belle et bien inscrit a moins de 12 credit toutes les université (sans aucune exception) donne un relevé de notes avant l'attribution de notes. tu verras justes les noms des cours pour les quels tu es inscrit. il n'y aura pas de notes. un relevé de note n' a pas besoin d'avoir des notes. c'est juste un document officiel qui est dit ou tu es inscri
  10. tu dois tout declarer! meme si tu n' as pas de note finale encore. aussi l'université s'attend a ce que tes resultats au cours du processus d'admission ne baisse pas trop. exemple. si tu as une offre d'admission et que tu decide d'abandonner tout les cours et avoir des F partout. alors l'université se reserve le droit d'annuler ton offre (c'est clairement discuté sur le site). good luck! keep up the good work!
  11. McGill. Udem.. je ne savais que ca allait si bien se passer en Français. Et l'autre etait déjà envoyé. Penses que je peux envoyer le français aussi?
  12. Absolument. Il faut faire attention les données posté sur premed représente moins de 5% des données réelles. Donc notre perception pourrai être très biaisé si on se base uniquement sur les postes ici. Aussi mathématiquement parlant il ya 50% qui sont dans le Q1 et Q2. C'est le principe meme de la distribution en quantile
  13. As tu vu les corrélations? C'est très faible!! J'étais choqué!! Aussi la corrélation est avec les MMI et pas avec le nombre de poursuites judiciaires. Donc on compare un mauvais snack a un autre mauvais snack pour dire qu'ils sont pareil (car les MMI sont tres subjective et la seule métrique réellement intéressante c'est le nombre de poursuites judiciaires/plaintes... C'est ce qui etait utilisé par le passé)
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