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  1. Kinda wild that the IP waitlist moved once and then stayed stagnant since. Hopefully, we'll get movement soon!
  2. 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
  3. 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)
  4. 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?
  5. Yes but I think they start for fall 2023 admissions. The black student pathway starts next cycle
  6. 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
  7. Right at the end of this document they mention changes to admissions www.mcgill.ca/ugme/policies-procedures/ugme-policy-language-proficiency
  8. Ok according to the policy it seems language proficiency is going to be a requirement starting for fall 2023 admissions
  9. Hi can I ask where you heard about that requirement? Seems reasonable hopefully they give people time to adjust
  10. If it’s any consolation it’s very easy to get into Australia. Pretty sure it’s free to apply too! I got in to several schools and completely forgot I applied. They only look at Gpa and mcat. None of those subjective things like ECs or letters. Too bad matching is rough
  11. How high are the acceptance rates of early decision programs? I'm curious as I know my chances as a Canadian are low to get into the US in general
  12. Didn’t the other med schools come out already?? You’d think there’d be movement on the waitlist now
  13. It really depends on what school you go to. I know someone that paid around 500k USD purely on tuition. Ended up way more with housing, food, travel, insurance. And that was on top of their student debt from undergrad!
  14. I had the same problem. Because of covid a lot of clinics aren't doing immunization forms and the clscs are just refusing to do it. I called my clsc and they put me on a waitlist and never got back to me. I called even went to a walk in clinic and they said to go to the CLSC lol. I ended up going to a private clinic and just paying for them to fill the form and give me whatever vaccines and blood tests I needed.
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