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Do you know if that was because they bent the rules a bit vs because Mac, like Queen's, dosen't factor your grad degree into your offer?

 

We did have some people finishing up grad degrees even in first semester. I don't think its ideal but at the same time I wouldn't turn down an offer because you haven't finished on time. 

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Unless things have changed since I started, Mac doesn't have a deadline for completing a grad degree. Theoretically, you could never finish (though I wouldn't recommend it, haha). I defended the Friday before orientation and was doing revisions during orientation. If there was a change to require finishing by a certain date, I'm sure they would have made that info widely available. 

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Unless things have changed since I started, Mac doesn't have a deadline for completing a grad degree. Theoretically, you could never finish (though I wouldn't recommend it, haha). I defended the Friday before orientation and was doing revisions during orientation. If there was a change to require finishing by a certain date, I'm sure they would have made that info widely available. 

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Unless things have changed since I started, Mac doesn't have a deadline for completing a grad degree. Theoretically, you could never finish (though I wouldn't recommend it, haha). I defended the Friday before orientation and was doing revisions during orientation. If there was a change to require finishing by a certain date, I'm sure they would have made that info widely available. 

 

 

One person in my class did not finish their Ph.D. They had no problem.

Wow...totally different than U of T and Western. Great to know, thanks guys.

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