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  1. Warm congratulations to each and everyone of those who got in. Make sure to never forget the excitation as it will propel you and be a constant reminder of why you embarked on this path down the road. In 1 year time, you’ll be doing your block F and wondering how fast time flies in that environment. Welcome to McGill! To those in the waitlist, the game is still on. Do not lose hope until the very end, life always has something in reserves for all of us. To those who got rejected, I have been there and I know it musn’t be easy. Talk to your loved and closed ones about it to make your
  2. Je ne suis pas en pharmacie mais je voulais juste te souhaiter beaucoup de courage dans ton cheminement. Ne lâche rien et bats toi comme un diable, ultimement tu rentreras en pharmacie.
  3. This x100. It’s normal to question your performance and even think you messed up badly. I remember thinking I would get a reject but the adcom thought otherwise; Just to say you cannot objectively rate your performance. Congrats on making it to the interview and good luck for decision day.
  4. Check Sorrynotsorry answer up there for more information. I too, went through the same process some time ago (when the requirements were stricter) and was denied a study permit 5 times because my family was not able to show they had the funds to support me for the entirety of my study program. CIC has no lower threshold for medicine, I can assure you and again check their website. I am very familiar with the process. I am not saying she is lying or not lying. Many on the forum were born in Canada, have never dealt with CIC and are not familiar with how it goes. I just want to give people
  5. Following your argument, look here the first year tuition fees at UofT for medicine: https://md.utoronto.ca/current-fees The 35-40k estimate you gave is not correct.
  6. the info is available here, in the proof of financial support section: https://www.canada.ca/en/immigration-refugees-citizenship/services/study-canada/study-permit/get-documents.html#doc3 Ask any international student around you and they’ll confirm
  7. For those who do not know, before granting you a student visa, the immigration services require (extensive) funding proof for the entire duration of the studies. And that money has to be wired in its entirety to a Canadian bank before the student even sets foot in Canada...
  8. Having graduated in both bio and biomed, you are 100% correct.
  9. thank you very much for the prompt response and the information.
  10. what if we don’t have a fb account and don’t want one?
  11. Toutes mes félicitations. Ca fait des années que je vois tes commentaires dans plusieurs posts et ca fait plaisir de voir que tu as enfin eu ton “précieux”. Bonne chance dans ta carrière.
  12. I had an appointment at my local CLSC but they called last Friday to cancel due to the current situation and to book another appointment at the end of the crisis. I called at multiple places, even private clinics and didn’t get an appointment.
  13. YESTERYEAR Yesterday Evictions Summarize Terrible Essays, Romeo. Yearn Everyday At Reinsertion.
  14. I’m not an Ontario applicant but stressing over a button won’t do any good to any of you. Getting an offer/reject shouldn’t be viewed as a fatality. We spend so much time thinking about the future and we forget about now. You are alive now, you are in good health, you have a family, a roof over your heads, food...Learn to appreciate what you have now. If you get a reject, take it as a good opportunity to strengthen and prepare your spirit, as failures are quite normal in life. All the best to all of you
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