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  1. Gardons nous au courant de nos admissions pour UdeS
  2. Just pour etre claire, si ont a 51 credits universitaires... ils regardent les 30 meilleurs crédits?
  3. Hi! First of all, thank you for answering all the questions it really helped me a lot. I am a business student at HEC and after this winter, I will have completed 2 years of my undergrad. I am applying to law for next year because my grades have gone up and I wanted to see if I would be able to get in, as Law school is always something I wanted to do. I guess my question here is on the importance of the undergrad for thee civil law schools and job prospects down the line. How important is it to have an undergrad down the line when it comes to job prospects? Is transferring to Law after 2 years of undergrad worth it or does it not make a difference? Thanks and all the best!
  4. I sent them an email - their response was "On the 4.3 CGPA scale used at the HEC of Montreal, an average of 78% is a 3.5."
  5. Is there a chance for a university student who has a GPA of 3.49? uOttawa said the CGPA that is 78% is 3.5/4.3
  6. Comment est-ce que la cote de rendement universitaire de Sherbrooke est calculer? J'ai demander a une agente de Sherbrooke et elle m'a dit que le dernier admis avait un GPA de 3.5. Est-ce que ce-ci est independent du programe?
  7. Universities in Quebec have given the option to students to use Pass/Fail on their transcripts for any course in winter 2020 and for a limited number of courses in fall 2020 and winter 2021. Does anyone know if this will effect your chances of getting admitted to Laval, Sherbrooke or Ottawa?
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