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Is it possible to get into pre-med after one or two years of Dent in McGill or UdeM?


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If you’re referring to the med p program and not premed, after a year or two in dentistry directly from cegep then no. As soon as you enter university and do a certain amount of credits you’re ineligible for med p and have to apply to university entry med program. You can’t do dent for a year and apply to med p. You can still apply to med after dent tho, just as a uni applicant. 

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16 hours ago, Plsadmitme said:

If you’re referring to the med p program and not premed, after a year or two in dentistry directly from cegep then no. As soon as you enter university and do a certain amount of credits you’re ineligible for med p and have to apply to university entry med program. You can’t do dent for a year and apply to med p. You can still apply to med after dent tho, just as a uni applicant. 

So I have to finish dent before applying to med right? There is no way of getting into med before finishing dent?

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You'll have to be careful with your number of credits to apply in med during dent. If you start dent, you'll have to apply November 1st during your first Fall semester. At that date, you'll have 0 university credit, which makes you still eligible to some med programs (Sherbrooke for example), but not med-p at McGill. For uLaval, if at the end of your first fall semester, you have no more than 12 university credits, you are still eligible. If you don't get into med during your first year in dent, you'll have to wait to get 60 university credits to apply again (Sherbrooke, uLaval). For UdeM and McGill, as soon as you start university, you'll have to finish your degree or be in your last year to be able to apply again.

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