OP1998 Posted December 7, 2020 Report Share Posted December 7, 2020 So I'm a little confused on how this works. Last year when I was checking for the requirements for graduate students to apply to medical school at U of T and it clearly stated that course-based masters would be considered undergraduate applicants. I can no longer find that so if anyone could confirm if that has changed, that would be great. Anyway, assuming that is still how it works, would a course based masters actually improve your GPA at all? Or are they saying that they will use your undergrad GPA from your bachelor's degree alone? I'm wondering if it's better to do a second bachelor degree or a course based masters degree. If a course based masters does in fact add to your undergrad GPA, is it a completely separate undergrad GPA like a second bachelor's degree? I'm so confused on how this works so any answers are helpful! Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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