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Hello everyone! I have an important question and would appreciate any input. One of the requirements for admission is to have a minimum of 60 consecutive graded credits complete at the time of application. I do not meet this requirement because I interrupted my studies twice do to special circumstances. However, I am in my final year and completed more than 60 credits of course, so can I still apply and be considered for admission? Thanks in advance.

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It's possible that your application could be considered because McGill takes letters of extenuating circumstances and takes them seriously. Contact them and they might ask you to attach one to your application (it's done in the minerva part of the application). It does require some sort of "proof" though. But then again, Mcgill AED would be the best to answer this question!

 

Good luck

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