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McMaster reserves 90% of its interview spots for IP and 10% for OOP. However once you get an interview there is no distinction between IP or OOP. I'm not exactly sure how they look at IP/OOP but i remember it being pretty simple, as long as you lived here for 3 years after the age of 14 or did university in Ontario (at least 3 years by June the date of entry into med school) you count. 

 

http://fhs.mcmaster.ca/mdprog/geographical_status.html

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McMaster reserves 90% of its interview spots for IP and 10% for OOP. However once you get an interview there is no distinction between IP or OOP. I'm not exactly sure how they look at IP/OOP but i remember it being pretty simple, as long as you lived here for 3 years after the age of 14 or did university in Ontario (at least 3 years by June the date of entry into med school) you count. 

 

http://fhs.mcmaster.ca/mdprog/geographical_status.html

 

Thanks for the reply. I saw this info myself after I made the thread. It also asked on the application if you've lived in Ontario for 3 years, so that section could determine residency. Do you know anything about the other schools? 

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