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  1. Bonjour, je suis actuellement au cégep anglophone TAV college. Puis en future, je veux appliquer à Udem/Laval médecin dentaire et pharmacie. Aujourd'hui, j'ai entendu par un étudiant de deuxième semestre qu'il est impossible d'obtenir le cote r plus que 30 dans cette école car il a dit que notre école est vraiment 'mauvaise'... Jusqu'à maintenant, mes notes sont suivants: calcul différentiel: 100%(moyenne: 57% écart-type: 25) Mécanique: 102%(moyenne: 74% écart-type: 21.2) Chimie générale: 103%(moyenne: 76% écart-type: 19.4). Sur la base de des informations de ce site, https://www.bci-qc.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/05/CRC_revisee_admission_universitaire_des_sortants_colleges_du_Quebec-20_avril_2020.pdf , à la page 35, CRC moyenne de mon école est environ 25, plus bas que les autres... donc je commence à croire que c'est vrai... C'était mon erreur très stupide de s'en tenir uniquement au cégep anglophone parce que je voulais étudier en anglais à Cégep.. Alors, maintenant j'ai appliqué pour le transfert à Édouard-Montpétit car je suis refusé par Vanier. Est-ce que c'est mieux de recommencer à l'autre école ou transférer à l'autre école en maintenant les notes actuelles? Le cote r sera trop bas si CRC moyenne est aussi trop bas? Qu'est-ce que je dois faire... Je veux écouter les conseils ou vos expériences. Maintenant je me sens trop perdu et dépressif..
  2. When I scrolled through the R score requirements for McGill, it shows Core R score math/science. Does that mean the average of the r score of maths and science subjects must be equal to x amount? For example, the core r score math/science for bioengineering was 34.3 for 2020. Does that mean I need at least 34.3 for EVERY math/science subject of EACH semester or is it the average of the math/science subjects of the first 3 semesters? https://www.mcgill.ca/undergraduate-admissions/apply/requirements/quebec
  3. Hey! I’m currently a second semester science student at Marianopolis who is unsure of what to do to get into Med-p. I knew that I love science but I didn’t know if a career in med or engineering would fit me so I decided to go for pure and applied because I can take organic chem and bio 2. I took bio 1 and honesty that was the best class ever and now I’m really interested in med. I have an r score in the high 35 so idk if that’s good enough since last year the average was 37!
  4. Hi, I'm currently a Sec 5 student in a French High school and it is time for me to make an important decision : choose the right cegep for me. I'm hesitating between 2 CEGEPs which are Bdeb and Vanier. As a student, I have an overall average above 90s, and I really want to enter medschool at McGill. However, it is easier said than done. To make it happen, I need to work really hard during the 2 years at CEGEP and so I am being careful about choosing the right one for me. What I'm looking for in CEGEP is a great experience, an environment in which I'm productive and students that are serious and focused on their studies. I find it motivating to have around me people that make a lot of effort to reach their goals. Also, both CEGEPs are close to where I live, so the distance doesn't really matter. The language does matter because according to my parents, it's better for me to switch from French to English during CEGEP than during University. Nevertheless, I cannot simply choose a CEGEP because of its language. According to your experiences or what you heard about these CEGEPs, which one would be the right one for me? Thank you
  5. Salut, J'ai lu sur le site d'admission qu'il faut approximativement 28-30 de CRU pour rentrer en physiothérapie et 27-28 de CRU pour rentrer en ergothérapie. Je suis curieux de savoir si ces CRU sont pour les universitaires détenant au moins 50 cr/ diplômés et sont aussi applicable pour un universitaire qui a fait plus que 15 cr + sa cote R compte encore (autrement dit c'est l'équivalent de la catégorie: universitaire en changement de programme.) Le programme de physiothérapie / ergothérapie n'indique pas clairement comparativement au programme de pharmacie qui indique clairement qu'il différencie entre un universitaire diplômé et un universitaire non diplômé/en changement de programme. (source: indiqué sur leur site d'admission) Merci d'avance!
  6. Salut, dans ce thread tous les étudiants en médecine qui ont été acceptés donnez nous une idée de votre cote r lors de votre admission et dans quelle université vous avez été accepté/refusé et ou vous avez été placé en liste d'attente et précisez le rang svp. Pour chaque université précisez votre score aux MEMS ainsi que votre année d'admission. Merci, je créé ce thread simplement pour aider les cégepiens qui se posent des questions sur ce que sa prend pour rentrer en médecine dans les universités du Québec. Université:xxxxx Année:xxxxx Cotre R collégiale CRC: entrevue: oui/non score aux MEMS:xxxxx ACCEPTÉ/REFUSÉ si non liste d'attente: rang Merci à tous ceux qui participent
  7. Hi, I found myself in a very particular situation. I will explain as far as I could: This Januay I'm going to be on my first session of health science in cegep. Because I already did some of the classes back in morocco they decided to accredit/consider them passed. Those are French and Philosophy classes, codes respectively: 601-101-MQ and 340-101-MQ. My questions are: Could this affect my recruitment to some of the selective programs? Will I have the same norms of selection to those who did these courses on cegep ? Will the jury's refer only to my R score? I'm wondering because these programs won't count on my R score. Thanks for taking the time to read my post :). Sincerely
  8. Hello, I am not sure when would be a good time to take the DAT. Here's my situation: I just graduated from CEGEP, and I didn't take the DAT before as I didn't think I had a great chance at getting into dental school because of my R score (32.5, at the time. My R score is now 33) and my below average CV (some volunteering abroad, some non-related work experience, some school clubs, non-impressive awards, no research/pubs). I also didn't have time to study the summer between my 1st and 2nd year of cegep, as I had worked 90 hours/week. I applied to McGill Dent-P but obviously didn't get in. My R score is now better (33, during my 4th semester I had a 34.95), and I plan to improve my CRU with my university GPA. My CV is also a bit better. Here are my questions: 1. The requirements for different universities are very confusing and honestly, I'm having an extremely hard time finding them out. Which francophone universities accept students en-cours de bac, and what are the CRU requirements? 2. When should I take the DAT? I haven't started studying, and I know I wouldn't feel prepared unless I studied 3-4 months so I don't feel great about taking it in September (I would likely be prepared in 1-2 months, but I wouldn't feel calm/confident. And stress strongly affects my results). I'm also working full-time and therefore don't have as many hours in a day to study for the DAT. I also really don't remember a lot of the basic bio, chem, etc. and so it would probably be quite difficult for me to study the material as I would have to learn everything again. Would I be able to take it in February and still have the results in time to apply to francophone universities as a candidat universitaire en cours de bac? Thank you for taking the time to read this! I really appreciate all answers.
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