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Hi, I hope everyone is doing well! I am a second-year health science student and I want to apply to Med-P at Mcgill. I saw that the average was around 36-37. I currently have a 35 r-score and I was wondering if someone got an interview or got in with a lower than average r-score. thank you so much!
Hi! Right now, I’m a CEGEP first year (science nat). I want to get into McGill’s Med-P program, what should I do, during my 2 years here, to optimize my chances? What r-score should I target? What looks good on an admission? I’m super motivated and I’ll do whatever I need to do. I’m just 16 years old so I’m going to school in my hometown. My CEGEP isn’t a very “reputable” one but hopefully this won’t lower my chances…? Thank you so much to anyone who’s willing to help! ☺️
Hi! The new calculation of the R-Score have put big doubts on the shoulders of cegepians who were always used to the ''34+ you're invited''. That's why I want to have a gross idea of the new cut-off with this thread and see how it has increased (if it has) and if a 34 is still competitive. R-Score : EC's : Invited/Not invited : Thank you!! And good luck on your MMIs^^
This was for Autumn 2017: Even dentistry was higher by a full point: And you have UdeM who is way up: So why is McGill so low on their exigencies for medicine specifically?