Originally posted by Mr. Rosewater
yup, i think when it goes from "ready for review" to "Admit term: Fall 2004" that means you're in.
Originally posted by azpremed
please let me know. i'm so sorry to be the bringer of potentially bad news... this has totally ruined her day too. i hope you both did get in. are international applicants different from american applicants? maybe that is the confusion?
Originally posted by wesgirl04
the decisions are now up on the minerva site... grrrr, i'm on the wait list, which REALLY blows.
Originally posted by Nanomed Dreams
I wouldn't bet on too much movement for a while (at least a few weeks). Apparently they're waiting on the quebec government before they can open up any more spots, and we all know how fast governments work.
As for regular waitlist movement, there probably won't be much until that May 15th deadline for people to get rid of multiple acceptances.
Nanomed Dreams said:Having US graduates (and other international graduates) allows them to have a better international reputation, which they like. After all, you can't have an international reputation unless you have graduates who work internationally.
winstonm said:McGill likes international students because you pay international student dollars. The Quebec and out-of-province Canadian tuition is super low and the school needs money.
wesgirl04 said:I GOT IN!!!!!
check the minerva site today... i think that they finally increased their american quota/started moving the waitlist!