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Hi Everyone!! So I had a couple of questions if anyone could answer it would be highly appreciated! 1) Right now I am in my last semester of CEGEP (I did my CEGEP in 4 semesters, however i started during the winter semester). Obviously I want to apply to med-p and dent-p at mcgill. However, in order to do so that would mean that i would have to wait for a semester (since I am finishing my cegep in the fall). Would i still be applicable to applying for mcgill's med-p and dent-p after staying for a gap semester (not doing any studies)? 2) At the moment i have an r-score of 35.2 which is really stressing me out. Like its not a competitive r-score but its not that bad (I like calling it the grey area). But does anybody know if people with r-scores like mine make it into mcgill med-p and dent-p or am I just dreaming that i have a chance of getting in haha? In order to counterbalance my r-score's uncompetitiveness I have been working as a caregiver and i got my first aid and cpr trainings. Other than that i did some volunteering (approx. 100 hours). I also got some trophies back from high school. But does anybody know if people with r-scores like mine make it into mcgill med-p and dent-p or am I just dreaming that i have a chance of getting in haha? 3) I started revising for the casper but could anyone give me any pointers on whats the best method to study for it. I bought the "**DELETED** casper" book but i found the responds they give in the book too unrealistic because they're very long. So does anyone have any suggestions?
Bonjour à tous je suis nouvelle sur ce forum, bien que je le visite quotidiennement depuis de nombreux mois J'ai accepté précédemment mon offre à McGill dans leur programme de 5 ans, mais je viens également de recevoir une offre à l'UdeM... Un choix que je ne pensais pas avoir à faire s'impose maintenant à moi. J'hésite entre les deux places. Votre avis? Bien que les deux soient sur 5 ans, je sais qu'il n'y a pas d'année préparatoire à l'UdeM. Je viens d'une petite région et ne connait aucun dentiste provenant de McGill, j'ai donc très peu d'info quant à la qualité de leur programme, etc. J'ai toutefois visité les deux cliniques et je dois avouer avoir adoré les installations de McGill. I'm pretty much bilingual, but I'm still a bit anxious about studying in English, mainly because of the more scientific vocabulary that I'll have to learn. Is the transition that hard? What should I choose?