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Hey I looked for threads on this topic but couldn't find anything. I'm sure this must have been asked before though. Has anyone passed CASPer while listening to some background music? I do know that there are video scenarios but you could have spotify open on another tab and lower the volume there but keep your overall volume higher on your computer so you still hear clearly the video scenarios. I don't know if there is a policy thing on this or not? I have just been practicing answering CASPer scenarios with music since it really helps me concentrate - plus all uni exams I've done since COVID were with music so I got used to it. thanks guys
Hello, I am applying to university soon and I would like to stay in Toronto as much as possible. For all my life, I have always been considering the traditional route of taking Life sciences to go to Med school, but my options have opened ever since I started to play the harp. I am graduating from the IB program and I want to avoid workload stress however, I do understand that taking music as a major will require a lot of my time, I heard, double the amount as normal undergrads do. Despite that, I also play music as a form of de-stressing and I go to it when I don't want to study. I also heard that there are a lot of advantages with being a music major, with it improving your likelihood in getting into university because of uniqueness, dexterity, reflectivity etc. I want to become a coroner so I definitely have to take Med school. I'm not actual sure how university works with all the majors, minors, specialists, degrees etc. So considering that I want to have the minimum amount of stress while still having the required courses for Med school, what would be the best options for me? Major in music and take bio courses during summer school? (yikes) Take Life sciences and somehow find a way to do music (um?) or are there any options? If I take music as a major, would I have to take a gap year before I get into med school? Thank you so much!