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Which medical schools look at wGPA and not cGPA?


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Which medical schools only look at GPA of three years instead of all four? I am currently in second year, and I am planning on applying after my fourth year so I would be eligible for the wGPA for a couple of medical schools. I was mostly wondering if UBC, U of A, and U of C, look at wGPA or cGPA? For example, if my wGPA is around 3.97 for second, third, and fourth year combined by the time I graduate, which medical schools will look at that? If my GPA is 3.61 based on all four years, including first year, which medical schools will look at that? I am not planning on applying to any Ontario schools or Manitoba or Saskatchewan, only UBC, U of A, and U of C. Let me know, thanks.

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