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I've heard something about U of t cutting two credits from your GPA if you take 5 full credits each year (U of t undergrad), is this true? a lot of ppl tell me this, but i can't find anything about it online. if this is true, does the GPA average U of t med provide take into account this fact? And the avg gpa provided by u of t med is omsas based right?

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I've heard something about U of t cutting two credits from your GPA if you take 5 full credits each year (U of t undergrad), is this true? a lot of ppl tell me this, but i can't find anything about it online. if this is true, does the GPA average U of t med provide take into account this fact? And the avg gpa provided by u of t med is omsas based right?

 

actually there is a system at U of T to remove courses from your transcripts if you are full time (5.0+ courses) each and every year of your school.

 

If you search for wGPA you will find a lot of examples on it. Check out

"5) What is the weighting formula?"

 

at

 

http://www.md.utoronto.ca/admissions/information/faq.htm

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I've heard something about U of t cutting two credits from your GPA if you take 5 full credits each year (U of t undergrad), is this true? a lot of ppl tell me this, but i can't find anything about it online. if this is true, does the GPA average U of t med provide take into account this fact? And the avg gpa provided by u of t med is omsas based right?

 

1 credit per full courseload year.

 

Average takes into account the wGPA.

 

Yes, OMSAS.

 

You should just read the site as rmorelan pointed out. This is very basic information.

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