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  1. I completely agree with this person's advice. It is advantageous for you to finish your master's because several Canadian schools provide a 'bonus' for it. Nursing certainly would provide you with valuable patient experience; however, the 'nice to have' experience does not outweigh the negative attention you will draw from dropping out of your master's and the GPA drop you will have from studying nursing. (It's not about how 'hard' it is, just the way it's graded. Very few people do exceptional in nursing). Consider that medical schools produce 'x' number of graduates each year that go on
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