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  1. Hey all, I'm a non-trad planning on doing an undergrad program that may give more opportunities (with the idea of transferring to a different program / university if I don't do well), but I'm unsure if transferring to another university for your second year would wipe your slate clean and make it look like you're a first year student to medical schools. With that in mind, does anyone know if medical schools like USask (who look at GPA for all 4 years) or medical schools in Ontario would count the marks of any previously attended institution, to your GPA?
  2. Hi everyone, I'm planning on starting my undergrad for CS next year in University of Saskatchewan. I've recently heard about living in Yukon to increase the amount of provinces you receive IP status in, and was wondering where I could find more details about this, or if I could get a summary. Would it also be wise to move to Yukon after graduating (is there opportunity there in CS?). While an uncommon route, I've heard that going to the military would develop your character significantly. I'm unsure if this means I'd be deployed in the front lines, but could going to RMC for undergra
  3. Didn't know Sask or Manitoba don't value EC's as much! Could you expand a bit on going to "a school school in a rural town"? I haven't heard of this before, so this is new to me.
  4. After days of thinking, I'm leaning towards doing my first year nearby where I still have family & support groups before moving out of province for second year. The only thing that's holding me back from doing that is whether or not I'd get IP status. I heard that I'll need to have completed my 3 years of staying in Saskatchewan or Manitoba before I can apply to their medschools with IP status. I also heard that I'd be applying for medschool in my third year of university. However, by transferring in second year, that'd mean I would've only stayed for two years and not received IP sta
  5. Hi all, I'm a grade 12 student from Ontario who's looking to do my undergrad in computer science as a backup. I'm still very determined to enter medschool, and I heard that going to Saskatchewan or Manitoba will allow me to have IP status in those provinces and in Alberta, allowing me to have a much higher chance at medschool. However, I'm lost as to where I should be going for my CS degree (stay in Ontario, or go to another province for IP status), and what universities I should be looking into. Should I do first year in Ontario and transfer to a university in another province (and if so
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