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  1. Hey I’m an incoming first year to University of Montreal! I’m curious about the competitiveness of neurology, since it’s one of the fields I’m interested in. I was planning to apply to English Canada + Quebec. Do you need tons of research and ECs? Or does an average student with electives in the field and decent evaluations have a good chance? thanks!
  2. Hey guys, I’m an Université de Montréal medical student and I have my mind set on internal medicine. I always heard it was fairly uncompetitive due to the large number of spots/programs, but apparently for the last couple of years it’s been really hard to get into. This is really disappointing since I didn’t really want to apply to FM (just all out IM -broadly). I was wondering if you guys know 1. If it’s still an option to only apply IM and be pretty safe in terms of Carms. 2. How to become competitive? Particularly research, which isn’t an area I’m really experienced in. Would a lot of research really help secure a spot? Are extracurriculars really important? Or do they just want good clinical grades/Letters? 3. Is Quebec different? I’m bilingual but have a preference for staying in Quebec or Ottawa/Moncton because of the French opportunities there. I would apply to both French and English across the country though to increase my chances. Savez-vous si les programmes de médecine interne au Québec recherchent des étudiants ayant fait beaucoup de recherche?
  3. Hey guys, I’m an Université de Montréal medical student and I have my mind set on internal medicine. I always heard it was fairly uncompetitive due to the large number of spots/programs, but apparently for the last couple of years it’s been really hard to get into. This is really disappointing since I didn’t really want to apply to FM (just all out IM -broadly). I was wondering if you guys know 1. If it’s still an option to only apply IM and be pretty safe in terms of Carms. 2. How to become competitive? Particularly research, which isn’t an area I’m really experienced in. Would a lot of research really help secure a spot? Are extracurriculars really important? Or do they just want good clinical grades/Letters? 3. Is Quebec different? I’m bilingual but have a preference for staying in Quebec or Ottawa/Moncton because of the French opportunities there. I would apply to both French and English across the country though to increase my chances. Savez-vous si les programmes de médecine interne au Québec recherchent des étudiants ayant fait beaucoup de recherche? Quote
  4. Bonjour à tous, j’espère vraiment qu’un d’entre vous aura réponse à mes questions J’ai contactée 4 TGDE différent et le service d’admission plusieurs fois, mais ils ne comprennent jamais ma question Je suis présentement étudiante régulière en première année en Kinésiologie à l’UdeM. Mon objectif est de pouvoir allez en médecine, donc de changer de programme. Pour cela je dois compléter certains cours préalables qu’il me manque dont BIO 1954 et CHM 1982 (j’ai fait science pure et non science santé, d’où le problème). Cependant, je n’ai pas envie de perdre une session complète en complément de formation ou étude libre durant l’automne ou l’hiver car il me manque seulement 2 cours... La première fois que j’ai appelé l’admission, ils m’ont conseillé de m’inscrire comme étudiante libre cet été pour les compléter tout en retournant comme étudiante régulière à l’automne 2021 pour continuer mon BAC actuel et ne pas perdre de temps. J’ai donc fait mon admission comme étudiante libre et j’ai reçu un courriel du registraire me disant que je dois annuler mon statut d’étudiante régulière en kinésiologie. On m’a alors expliqué que je ne pouvais pas avoir le statut d’étudiante régulière et libre en même temps… Ma question est donc : Si j’accepte d’annuler mon statut d’étudiante régulière, serais-je de retour en kinésiologie à l’automne quand même? Le bureau des admissions m’avait avisé que je ne perdrais pas mon statut d’étudiante régulière à l’automne, mais on dirait que tout le monde se contredit? Avez-vous une idée ou une solution à me proposer? Comme mentionné, j’ai déjà appelé beaucoup de fois à l’admission, mais les techniciens n’écoutent même pas et te sortent des phrases préenregistrées. Merci beaucoup à tous ceux qui pourront m’aider!
  5. Bonjour, Je suis présentement en 4ᵉ année du secondaire en mathématiques SN (séquence naturelle) avec l'année prochaine les cours de chimie et de physique. Au cégep, j'aimerais entrer dans le programme de sciences de la nature, idéalement au Collège de Maisonneuve qui offre un parcours enrichi. J'aimerais connaître les moyennes requises, notamment en mathématiques et en sciences (chimie et physique) pour y être admis. Évidemment, je ne m'attends pas à avoir comme réponse une moyenne précise et concrète à partir de laquelle ont est admis ou l'on ne l'est pas; je sais qu'il y a plusieurs autres facteurs qui entrent en compte. Cest pour ça que je ne souhaite avoir qu'une approximation de la moyenne requise. Faut-il par exemple simplement passer avec plus de 60% ou faut-il avoir des résultats atteignant les 90% et plus? Si d'une façon ou d'une autre vous connaissez la réponse ou que vous êtes (ou avez été) vous-même un(e) étudiant(e) (pas forcément de Maisonneuve) de ce programme et que vous vous souvenez à peu près des moyennes que vous aviez obtenues en 4ᵉ et 5ᵉ années du secondaire en mathématiques SN et en sciences (chimie et physisque), je serais intéressé à les connaître pour me faire une idée du niveau requis pour enter dans le programme de sciences de la nature. Merci.
  6. Hello! I’m currently in the process of choosing a cegep, and I’m not quite sure how to rule out my options. I definitely would like to go into medicine, but don’t know which cegep is best for me to attend in order to do so. I know that Marianopolis gives out the best R-scores, but I’m worried that going there won’t make me achieve an above average R-score (when comparing it to the one of other students). Otherwise, if attending a public cegep, I don’t know if I will be able to achieve a high enough R-score there. Basically, I’m just confused about which cegep (public or private) I should attend in order to get the best possible R-score. Thank you
  7. My brother is finishing grade 11 this year in Ontario. This summer we will be moving to Quebec. When we go, will he get into CEGEP without a high school diploma or will he automatically get a high school diploma in Québec. Thanks for answering.
  8. Hi all, I'm looking to apply to the Quebec medical schools, but my french is the greatest and needs some practice. I was wondering whether anyone else ( with the same dilemma) would be willing to meet once a week in the downtown Montreal region for a couple of hours to practice? Also, if anyone has any tips on how to practice and improve conversational french in Montreal, that would be much appreciated!
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