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  1. If they do decide to make this change, then I hope they delay for another year! It would be so disappointing not to have that last chance. I can still apply for FRQSC, but I haven't had luck with that either. I ranked 5 in my committee, but they only gave out 3 awards. And there is no waitlist. This process is so frustrating! I guess I'll wait and see what happens.
  2. I think the more funding available refers to if someone has a Vanier (or something similar) and declines the SSHRC. I'm not sure about the funding from Covid-19 legislation, but my guess is it would have already been factored in since it's for existing federal grants.
  3. You must be close. I don't remember who, but I think there was someone in committee 5 with a score of 13.5/20 or around there. Hopefully someone with a Vanier will decline and you'll move up! I'm in my third year, so I know it's disappointing. I have one more year to try this again.
  4. I'm in the HUMA program, but political science is my 'home' department where my supervisor is and my area of research. Hope you have an answer soon! The uncertainty of not knowing is the worst. Good luck!!
  5. I though it might be helpful for those who are waitlisted to have a space to share scores and/or if they are offered an award off of the waitlist. My score was 11.7/20 in committee 5
  6. Just received my results (Concordia student) and I was waitlisted with a score of 11.7/20 in committee 5. I'm going to start a new thread for those who are waitlisted so that we can hopefully see if there is any movement with the waitlists.
  7. The waiting part is the worst, which is why I decided to ask. I just want an answer at this point so I can move on! This was the awards office reply: Due to the disruptions caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, SSHRC has put in place a new process to communicate results to applicants. This includes a new platform: the SSHRC Extranet for Applicants. Applicants will receive, via email, information on how to activate their account on the site. Once the result documents have been uploaded, applicants will receive a subsequent email inviting them to view the results. To follow-up with SSHRC
  8. I've given up on trying to figure it out. I have noticed as well that a lot of the SSHRC winners yesterday and today were the 'big SSHRC' and not very many of the regular ones. And then some people who received the extranet email today are receiving results, yet, I received my email on Wednesday and still nothing. Some universities have results (or at least claim to ) and others don't. I've been searching for some type of pattern, but I honestly don't know if there is one.
  9. I was wondering the same thing. I still don't have any results
  10. Has anyone heard from Concordia? I received login details on Wednesday, still waiting on results. I just sent an email to the awards office to see if they have any information.
  11. I don't think that's the case. My department forwarded 13 and I know at least 2 of us still don't have an answer. I don't think they would tell some of us and not everyone (we do talk to each other)
  12. I received log in information yesterday, but still no results. Same with another person in my cohort
  13. I'm in committee 5 and I received sign-in information yesterday, but still no results
  14. lleto

    FRQSC 2020

    It's in the letter part that says they could only awards to so many people. It's not in the section with our ranking.
  15. lleto

    FRQSC 2020

    Political Science, I think it was committee 6. I don't remember. It's somewhat expected as I changed my major in second year from political science to education and then September, I went back to political science with my original supervisor (and not a clear plan on what I was doing). My supervisor said my proposal was definitely strong, but I also think that the switching back and forth has affected the relevant experience since I had a year away from political science. Experience was my lower score. However, this was my highest ranking so far!
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