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  1. Moi j'ai commencé! J'ai remarqué que PSL 1993 est offert pour l'automne et l'hiver mais ça m'a juste laissé m'inscrire pour l'hiver
  2. Ce ne sont que tes 46 crédits qui attribueront à ta CRU pour sciences infirmières
  3. Oui ils sont crédités Tu peux faire ton choix de cours maintenant et lorsque tu seras admis.e dans ton choix supérieur tu seras automatiquement désinscrit des cours de ton choix inférieur
  4. J'estime que c'était 35 pour moi
  5. Oui, félicitations! Le dépot et/ou la lettre d'admission apparaîtront dans 24-48h
  6. Yes, as a nutrition student you could apply to transfer to the dietetics program with high enough grades (and possibly a letter of motivation but I'm not sure about that). Although, the nutrition and Dietetics programs both study the field nutrition, you MUST do the 3.5 year dietetics degree (which includes stages and other dietetics-specific courses) to get the nutritionist title.
  7. Si on a été accepté à un programme pour l'automne 2021 à l'UdeM, est-ce que ça serait possible de reporter son admission pour l'autonome 2022? Est-ce que quelqu'un sur ce forum a déjà eu du succès avec ça? Merci!
  8. Non, c'est juste possible lorsque le refus est en raison d'un nombre de places limité
  9. Lol tu n'auras pas de difficulté à te trouver des camarades avec des buts similaires, je dirais que 60-70% des gens en nutrition dans ma cohorte utilisaient le bac comme tremplin.
  10. Because BNI students have done cegep in Quebec, so there is the expectation that they've already taken French classes in cegep and worked with a francophone clientele. Meanwhile, the BScN program accepts a wide variety of students from OOP and other countries, many of whom have more difficulty adjusting to the clinical setting due to the language requirements.
  11. In our first semester of nursing school, those who did not go to a french cegep/high school had to complete a French placement test and, based on the results, take french language courses offered at McGill. Their main expectation is simply that students are proficient enough to speak with francophone patients in the clinical setting since, in the last few years, English-speaking clinical sites have become harder and harder to find. There isn't a set goal such as, "please be a level B1 French speaker by the end of your first year", but they want to minimize the difficulties that come with organ
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