Should I Submit a 33 MCAT with my application to McGill?

Sep 10, 2014
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I have the option of submitting my MCAT to McGill if I want to since I've completed my studies at a Canadian University.
I currently attend McGill university and will be done by BSc in a year (major Physics)
I have a 3.90 cGPA and sGPA, upwards of 1000hrs of research and 15ish years of musical experience, can play 5 instruments (won a scholarship for a summer program at Berklee College of Music for the summer between highschool and Cegep here - when I was 17). There are other nuances - strong upward trend in my cGPA going from 3.74 my first semester to the 3.90 two years later where I am now. And a good history of athletics (weightlifting, hockey, joining the university Squash club)

Is my MCAT score (33 - 12 VR, 11 PS, 10 BS) worth submitting? Will it help my application or does it look mediocre for someone with my stats? I can't find the link anymore, but I remember reading something vague on McGill's website that said 33 was the average score submitted - I'm not sure if they were referencing accepted applicants, applicants invited for an interview, or all applicants.

What dyou guys think?
 

Euxox

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People here don't know too much about Canadian admissions. You should try Premed 101.