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  1. Interested too, and if anyone wants we can start another smaller group to practice interviews
  2. You can update it by emailing admissions it you made a mistake or need to change someone. They used to let you re-upload as many times as you wanted in previous years but apparently not this year. That said it's probably too late to get a response from admissions in time for the deadline.
  3. Hey I'm starting at McGill this year and the only verifier that was contacted that I know of was my current job at the time, it was a real full time job and I think it might be better to find someone. Luckily my boss was happy to do it, McGill I think prefers verifiers for the most recent or most important things. I didn't put verifiers for my superficial entries but yeah I'd suggest getting one for the most recent job you have even if its an uncomfortable ask. As a non-trad I felt bad asking but my boss was fully ok with it. Going to med school's a great reason to leave and there are a lot wo
  4. https://www.google.ca/amp/s/beta.ctvnews.ca/local/montreal/2021/5/5/1_5414699.html should be here right at the end
  5. yeah there are a lot of things that haven't been updated on the website even for last cycle. The Quebec Health minister also said in May that they'd increase medical school admissions "quite significantly" and never announced anything after. Hopefully we'll hear more about it.
  6. Idk how relevant it is to you but it explicitly advantages you in Quebec. The French schools openly put that you get more preinterview score if you did dentistry, and I asked a McGill admissions person and they said it doesn’t disadvantage you and since it’s a professional degree they add a bump to the preinterview score. Anecdotally I asked someone that made the switch and they told me there’s no disadvantage, schools don’t care, it’s not like America where it might matter. Also I asked a loc rep from scotia bank about what happens if I switched and they said they just continue the loc. I wou
  7. Kinda wild that the IP waitlist moved once and then stayed stagnant since. Hopefully, we'll get movement soon!
  8. Cegep rscore doesn’t reset. Why would you have to redo cegep? Taking a gap doesn’t mean you start over from the beginning, you still have the credits you start where you left off
  9. No I meant if the exemption would still apply to those that did cegep and high school in Quebec considering the Montreal and outaouais campuses will require different levels of french to apply (B2 vs C1)
  10. I think it was either could lead to exemption. Hopefully they’ll expand on it in the website soon. As an Anglo Quebecor our only option is McGill for med school. Did anyone catch if the high school and cegep in English would allow people to still apply to Outaouais?
  11. Yes but I think they start for fall 2023 admissions. The black student pathway starts next cycle
  12. They’re adding 2 changes to admissions. They’re adding a black student admissions pathway and they’re adding French level requirement, B2 for Montréal and C1 for Outaouais
  13. Right at the end of this document they mention changes to admissions www.mcgill.ca/ugme/policies-procedures/ugme-policy-language-proficiency
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