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  1. Does anyone know what's considered competitive for McGill as an out of province applicant? Last year I applied to U of A, McGill, and Ontario schools - I was only waitlisted at U of A and I'm guessing it's because I live in Alberta, so it's (slightly) less competitive being in province. I'm reapplying to the U of A this year and I'm just thinking about whether or not it's even worth it to apply to McGill again. I think my cumulative GPA is 3.5 and my last 60 credits are closer to 3.7 or 8, but I'm pretty sure McGill looks at the total whereas other schools look at the last 60. I'm applying to Dal this time around too, because it's 3 year and I figure people will take a 2 year program if offered both. Good luck to everyone else with their applications... they are so much work and so stressful!
  2. When I applied last year I just wrote IP (in progress) for the Indigenous History course. You don't need proof of enrolment, it just needs to be completed before September if you are admitted.
  3. Hey everyone! I started a separate post for my question but figured I’d ask here too since it’s a pretty active thread.. I have received an offer from the University of Melbourne for their Masters of Speech Language Pathology to start in Feb 2019. I'm planning to return to work in Canada (Alberta) afterwards so I'm wondering if anyone else has gone this route? Based on the course information I've found on their website and comparing it to the registration requirements here it looks like I'd be short some hours. I don't want to spend 2 years and a lot of money on the degree if I won't be able to practice here afterwards! If anyone has gone through this process I'd love to hear how it went for you.  I'm thinking of applying to the Canadian schools because it will be easy to get licensed, but because of the time lines I'd have to give up my Melbourne offer to apply here. I know it's crazy competitive here so I'm worried about getting in!
  4. Hey guys, I have received an offer from the University of Melbourne for their Masters of Speech Language Pathology to start in Feb 2019. I'm planning to return to work in Canada (Alberta) afterwards so I'm wondering if anyone else has gone this route? Based on the course information I've found on their website and comparing it to the registration requirements here it looks like I'd be short some hours. I don't want to spend 2 years and a lot of money on the degree if I won't be able to practice here afterwards! If anyone has gone through this process I'd love to hear how it went for you. I'm thinking of applying to the Canadian schools because it will be easy to get licensed, but because of the time lines I'd have to give up my Melbourne offer to apply here. I know it's crazy competitive here so I'm worried about getting in!
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