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Bonjour à vous, J'ai l'opportunité de commencer un baccalauréat combiné avec mon emploi comme professeure en assistance dentaire. Le baccalauréat c'est : Enseignement en en formation professionnelle et technique à l'UQAM. Mon but étant d'améliorer ma côte universitaire avec des crédits, même terminer le baccalauréat pour éventuellement appliquer à nouveau en médecine/pharmacie/med dentaire, qu'est-ce que vous en pensez? (Mon background est : DEC Sciences de la santé avec tous mes préalables sciences + Mineure en Psychologie + DEP en assistance dentaire + maintenant coordinatrice de plan de traitement en clinique dentaire) Ces crédits m'aideraient en quelque sorte à ma côte universitaire ? (À noter que je dois absolument travailler en même temps car j'ai des dépenses toute seule en appartement) Merci! Je vous lis
I have to provide 3 references for OMSAS and I have 4 to choose from: 1. A professor I published a paper with, over 2 weeks of 12-hour days of field and lab research in undergrad, who likes me but had admittedly little face to face time. Fish physiological research, 3rd author. 2. My volunteer coordinator at the local hospital, 140 hours, 2 years, just loves me, and has very high praise from the head nurses of the wards I've volunteered in. 3. A program coordinator and technician who teaches an entomology field research course I attended. Field research, 2 weeks, 2 other courses with him. Easily my #1 fan, would be a spectacular reference with high praise, but not a professor. 4. My graduate thesis supervisor. Medical science, diabetes and atherosclerosis. Just an amazing guy but I don't think he likes me very much. Its been an unusually hard year, I've struggled with family issues, anxiety and depression and as a result I've performed uncharacteristically poorly. Missing days without notice, coming in late, slow pace of research. He has every right to be annoyed. The lab, colleagues and supervisor have all been spectacular, but I've just really struggled to make a good impression with everything going on. I've spoken to him several times to check in and while he was pleased with my progress until recently, in the last two months he's seemed pretty frustrated. I've proactively apologized for missing days but haven't told him about the anxiety and depression. Anyway, TLDR: my supervisor and I have a complicated relationship. Would it be better to use references 1,2, and 3? Would it hurt if I didn't include him? (I know UofT required him as a reference, but I'm asking mostly for other schools)