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  1. I've read UofT's website and I want to know if anyone was able to apply without taking a full course load every sesmester. I took 4 courses one semester in first year undergrad, 3 courses one semester in 3rd year and 4 courses the following semester then went to another school and switched programs. I don't have a bachelors. As long as I explain this in one of my essays it's fine with UofT? Did I read their requirements correctly?
  2. Hello! I didn’t find any posts about the current application cycle and I am wondering if anyone wants to chat while we wait for the offers/rejections to come out (on the website it says up until May 15th?). The wait is killing me! How did you find the MMI? I personally was so nervous for the first station that I felt my entire body get hot and pretty sure I turned bright red . Hard to get a read on how the other stations went.
  3. Hello all. I applied to Bloomberg Nursing in December, and I am just curious to see when they will start releasing admissions. If you have heard anything, please let us know. If you don't mind, please include your statisitcs for others to see, and whether you were accepted, rejected, or waitlisted. Thanks!
  4. Hi everyone, I am wondering if anyone has information with regards to differences in the downtown sites for FM at UofT? I am particularly curious about Mount Sinai, St. Mike's, Women's College and St. Joseph's and how the different sites compare with regards to hands-on experience and preparedness for real world community practice. In addition if anyone has information regarding the Scarborough site that'd be helpful. Thank you!
  5. I applied to the MPH: Social and Behavioural Health Sciences program for Fall 2019. The website says decisions will be given in March. However, Last year's cohort received their decisions mid-April. I was wondering if anyone who has aplied to any of the MPH programs at Dalla Lana for 2019 or in past years know when 2019's decisions will be snet out. Or if you would like to share when you heard back from them in previous years, that would be extremely helpful as well. If you received a rejection, then please share some statistics of why you think you may have been rejected so it
  6. What's up people, I know this forum has people from all over Canada and just wanted some opinions on these cities. What are the best / worst things about each. Also some specifics: Cost of living, people/social life, proximity to activities/other cities, enviorment/nature, climate, highlights (parks, resorts, resturants), job oppourtunities, etc. Anything relavent to the living experience. Would love to be in close proximety to both parks and downtown. Love to get away from work and go have a bite to eat and then go hiking. Big fan of nature & nightlife too. Would love any input
  7. Just asking for a friends who's applying to University this year, which university has the best and worse GPA conversions. I know this is a bit of a wierd questions but I've found that UBC has some sort of letter grading system (A+, A-, etc), while some have percentages %. Is one significantly worse than the other? I've hear stories about some universities with great conversions where an 80 is a 4.0 GPA whereas some others you would need a 90 to acheive the same GPA. Any thoughts on this?
  8. Hi there, new to the forum. I'm currently in grade 12 and starting to apply to university. My longterm goal would be to get into University of Toronto or McMaster medical school. So the question is: Does the undergraduate school you do to matter in terms of Medical school acceptance? I know this topic has been discussed before but wanted to know if anything has changed. I currently live in Toronto and want to get away for undergrad and explore somewhere new like Ottawa or Northern Ontario (don't ask me why lol). Would going to schools like Uottawa or Northern Ontario which are ranked 10th or l
  9. Looking at the current year stats, almost half of the University of Toronto Medical school's 2018 students are from McMaster. Is there a reason for this? Also, for students who got accepted, what did you do for undergrad; life or health science? Cheers, Victor
  10. Sunnybrook Medical Student, Residency, Fellowship Fully Furnished 1 bedroom flat in triplex Walk to work, shops, subway. Current tenants in complex are fellows at Sunny brook and downtown www.MedsHousing.com Sunnybrook Hospital walk, bike, drive, bus available July 1, 2018 Min 6 months. Currently rented by Sunnybrook Trauma Fellow. Ideal for Sunnybrook medical resident, fellow or new grad. Triplex in Fabulous North Toronto Yonge/Lawrence neighbourhood (Bedford Park, Lawrence Park, Wanless Park) all current tenants in building are fe
  11. I just read this under Undergraduate Applicants on the Utoronto MD site: "It is recognized that at times, students take courses in lower years for various reasons, such as a change in program or to complete subjects of interest or prerequisites that did not fit the academic schedule previously. If you have information about your academics that you feel is important for the Admissions Committee to know, please use the Academic Explanations Essay within the OMSAS application." http://www.md.utoronto.ca/academic-requirements Since I applied as a Grad student, I didn't read what was
  12. Hello, successful UofT applicants! First of all, congrats! I’m sure the last few months of waiting weren’t the least stressful of your life but you’ve made it through. I’m presently an OT1 at UofT and also part of the O-Week Team for next September. With any luck, I’ll be an OT2 by the time you all join us in the Fall. I just wanted to open up this forum an opportunity for newly accepted OT students at UofT to get to know each other a little bit ahead of time and maybe answer a few questions (from a student’s perspective) along the way. After you have accepted your offer letter t
  13. www.MedsHousing.com 825 Church St – MILAN Condo – Yorkville – Yonge and Bloor 825 Church Street, Toronto, ON, Canada Listing ID #0014912 Available : July 15, 2017 Yorkville/Rosedale/Yonge and Bloor Neighbourhood. 802 Sq Feet – 2 Bedroom + Den North West Corner unit – Huge Balcony breathtaking Rosedale Valley Floor To Ceiling Window Hardwood Flooring Granite Counter Top Walk To Subways, Shopping, Gym and Swimming pool All Amenities. Fridge, Stove, Dishwasher & Microwave, Washer/Dryer One Parking& One Locker Included No Pets & Non Smoker Fellow & Physician
  14. Has anyone used the American DAT to apply to UofT? I emailed them asking whether Canadian students can use the American DAT and they responded saying that it is allowed. However, on their website, it states: The American Dental Admission Test (DAT) is an acceptable equivalent for applicants living or attending school outside of Canada I'm not sure what this statement means, but it implies that Canadian university students cannot use the ADAT in application process. Any info on this topic would be appreciated!
  15. Sorry for another post about the wgpa but I am slightly confused. In my first year I took 4 classes the first term and 5 the second term (9 altogether) I had to drop physics. The next three years I took a full course load with a minimum of 5 classes per term. Am I disqualified from the weighing formula because I dropped that physics class my first term? Thanks
  16. Spread the word -- The University of Toronto is hosting an alumni speaker panel on Mar 9, 2017, featuring 4 medical professionals in various stages of training. They are also co-authors of the free admissions guidebook Your Guide to Get into Medical School, second book in an award-winning book series. What's the best way to learn about medical school acceptance? Garner advice from those who have recently achieved that milestone! Entry is free, but spaces are limited. The event is not restricted to UofT students. Register for your spot today at http://www.newcollege.utoronto.ca/alumni-spe
  17. www.MedsHousing.com Listing #0002622 Click link to contact landlord. Private furnished room in large 3 bedroom 2 story walk up apartment in Leaside (Bayview Eglinton) Surrounded by shops and restaurants. Close to Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre (Ideal for short term Elective students) or long term too! 20 minute walk , 3 minute car ride, or 5 minute bus ride. Non-smoking home. Includes wifi/laundry $800/month Available April 1st MedsHousing.com has many housing options to suit your training needs. Take a browse.
  18. Toronto- Feb-May 2017- all inclusive- Entire 2 bd 2 bath detached bungalow 424 Rogers Road, York, ON, Canada Posted on January 5, 2017 Listing ID #0011889 MedsHousing.com We are looking to rent out our cozy Toronto home from Feb-May 2017. Entire 2 bdr 2 bath (with finished basement) home with big private backyard (with BBq and fire pit, patio set). This century-old house is packed with charm and includes an upright piano. $1450 inclusive (internet, cable, all utilities, laundry etc.) Public transit is located at our step
  19. Hello, I was just wondering if anyone who went to Queen's knows which physiology courses are accepted by UofT? I know that every school accepts 214 but I was wondering if UofT accepts 210 as well? I found through googling that their pharmacy school does but that doesn't mean their dental school does.
  20. So i've posted about ADHD on this forum a few times now, but now that i've graduated high school and will be starting my pre med journey, I have some questions. And before you ask, yes I have considered other careers outside of medicine, yes I have been diagnosed with ADHD by a physician, and yes I am on medication. OK NOW THAT, THAT IS CLEARED UP. I did receive test taking accommodations in high school. I believe they called it an 'informal IEP' as I did not undergo a psychoeducational assessment. I was diagnosed with ADHD-PI November 2015, and discussed accommodations with my physici
  21. So I got into UTM for "Behaviour, Genetics and Neurobiology" and these are the courses I have to take for the program... Students in Behaviour, Genetics and Neurobiology take Biology, Calculus, Chemistry (BIO152H, BIO153H5, MAT134Y5, CHM140Y5).What other courses in first year do I have to take for pre requisites for med school? I did some research and it said "Prerequisite courses include two full courses in life sciences and one full course in social science or humanities or language. " for UofT Faculty of Medicine. In general, to be eligible to apply to UofT, McMaster, Western, etc. What c
  22. Hi, I'm a student currently residing in Montreal. I'm about to complete my bachelor of science in psychology at McGill University and I'm interested in applying to pharmacy in Ontario (at Waterloo and UofT) for the Fall of 2017. My current CGPA is a 3.71 which I'm hoping to increase by the time I've graduated. 1. However, I am still missing some pre-requisite courses for my application, namely: Genetics, Organic 2, Microbiology, Biochem for Waterloo and Organic 2, Physical Chemistry and Biochem for U of T (these courses are not required for pharmacy applications in Quebec). I will most
  23. Hello! I am a first year pharmacy student and I came across the undergraduate summer research program at the Faculty of Pharmacy at University of Toronto. I was hoping there would be someone here who has participated in this program and could tell me about their experience. I have already gotten in touch with the supervisor I am interested in working with but any other tips on the application process? Letter of intent? How was the research experience?
  24. Hi, Thanks for spending your time to read my post. I am a Canadian high school student hoping to start university in 2016 September. I'm going to apply for admission in universities starting this October 2015. I'm still completing my high school courses and I'm sure I complete my high school with an average of 90-94%. I want to become a doctor in the future and I am interested in the sciences. I just can't figure out which university to choose for my undergraduate that will be best for applying into medical school in Canada later on. I live in Ontario so I prefer staying in Ontario for my
  25. Hello everyone, I am currently transitioning into grade 12 and I decided to look into which university to go to for my undergraduate degree. Upon further investigation pertaining to the admission statistics posted by the University of Toronto Faculty of Medicine, I've noticed that only 5 students from York have made it to Med School AT UofT compared to the 60+ from Mac or 55 from UofT. This lead to me question the number of students from York University who've actually made it to medical school in general and why people keep suggesting high school students to go to York? Thanks for taking the
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