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Hey guys, I’m a year away from applying but I was wondering what I should do. Should I apply through the access pathway or should I apply through the swomen pathway. Is there an advantage to applying as an access student over swomen since they both have the same minimum requirements? I know I’d be able to apply as an access student because I went through three years of cancer treatment during undergrad and I went to high school in Elgin county so that qualifies for swomen status. I’d love any input! Thanks
Hi all, I'm currently in my 6th year of undergrad. I picked up an additional degree during my 5th year because my main issue was my GPA (very uncompetitive GPA through years 1-4). I finally reached a 3.7 in my 5th year (cutoff for Western SWOMEN) and I am currently above cutoff (or it appears that I'll be above cutoff) when I finish this year. I understand that my GPA isn't the most competitive at the moment, but from what I heard it can qualify for Western SWOMEN. I'll have to rewrite my MCAT again this summer (was off by one point overall; appears to be the reason for my rejection