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  1. Yeah @bearded frog, I am going through the school's requirements. But I do not think there is a way other than doing a second undergrad. Because, I need many more semesters to lift up my cGPA from 3.45 to 3.8 if I go for the non-degree courses. Maybe it will be easier for me if I go for another undergrad. I don't know, I need to do more research. Anyway, thank you so much for your response!
  2. Hey @Persephone! I have another query. Is there any problem if my first undergrad is from an accredited university of Bangladesh? (I obviously know that a PR/Citizenship is required to get into medical school) I was actually going through some medical school requirements and found some of them mentioning "undergrad from Canadian universities". So I was thinking if it will cause a problem that I have an undergrad from Bangladeshi university. Would you please share your thoughts on it?
  3. Thanks a ton dear! Yeah, I definitely will go through all the medical school requirements. Thanks again!
  4. Thank you so much @Persephone! So, I can actually get enrolled in courses as a non-degree student and lift up my cGPA! I was getting confused whether the medical schools consider the non-degree courses GPA or not. Thanks for clearing! I have few more things to know. From which university have you done your prerequisite courses as a non-degree student? Did you apply to Canadian Medical Schools? Can you please suggest which medical schools in Canada count the non-degree courses GPAs? And also can you please tell us which five medical schools did you apply to and which four of them offered a
  5. Thanks for your response @Persephone! You are right, I also thought of taking non-degree courses at UBC but I have relatively low CGPA (3.45), and that's why I am thinking about doing a second undergrad. Am I taking the right decision?
  6. Thanks @offmychestplease for your response! I also want to know, that, if I want to do a second undergrad in Health Science or in Biology, then what would be the scenario? I did a quick search about after-degree programs in Canada, but couldn't find after-degree program in life science subjects. So, in that case, do I have to do a full four year undergrad? Or is it possible to apply to medical schools after two years of studying in a second undergrad?
  7. I really want to know if it is possible to do only two years of second undergrad. I am a CS major and want to do another undergrad taking just the prerequisite courses, I hope two years will do. Is it really possible to apply to medical schools just after two years of the second undergrad? I heard a lot of people here doing two years of second undergrad. I want to know, is it any special undergrad which is two year long? Or do they just take the prerequisite courses, do them in two years and drop out / apply to medical schools?
  8. Hey DuckieLoon! I really want to know if it is possible to do only two years of second undergrad. I am a CS major and want to do another undergrad taking just the prerequisite courses, I hope two years will do. Is it really possible to apply to medical schools just after two years of the second undergrad?
  9. Thank you so so much! I think I better go for a second undergrad! Umm, I have another thing to know. Actually, I was going through the threads in here, and found someone saying that he did his second undergrad only for two years. I am sorry I do not have much idea about it, and that's why I am asking this; is it really possible to take the prerequisite courses only and do only two years of undergrad and then apply to medical school? Or do I have to complete the undergrad for four long years?
  10. Hello yeeha! I found out your post so encouraging for me. I am a computer science major with 3.45 gpa in my undergrad, with no prerequisite courses done. I am a bit confused, should I do an MS in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology and take the prerequisite courses, or what should I do? What did you do to compensate for your average gpa? And how did you completed the prerequisite courses after undergrad?
  11. Hello there! I am a nontraditional applicant, basically I am a Computer Science major. I obtained 3.45 CGPA in my undergrad. Now, I want to apply to medical schools in Canada. As I do not have the prerequisite courses done, I am thinking of taking the prerequisite courses, should I go for a non-degree program, or should I go for an MS? I really want to know how the medical schools are going to judge my profile. Will they consider only the undergrad gpa, in which I do not have any of the prerequisite courses? Or if I take the prerequisite courses, are those grades going to be considered? I was
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