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Bonjour à tous, 


 


J'ai personnellement été accepté ce jeudi dernier, à condition que j'envois mon diplôme par la poste à la faculté d'ici les prochains mois. Donc, j'ai reçu une offre anticipée (conditionnelle).


 


J'étais pour créer un groupe Facebook qui s'intitule JDMONCTON2015 d'ici les prochaines semaines. Ce groupe serait utile pour n'importe quel type de discussion (logement, frais de scolarité, bourses, droit, etc.) concernant la préparation à la rentrée scolaire. 


 


Est-ce qu'il y a des gens qui sont POUR cette idée?


 


Merci, 


 


Philippe. 


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Moi je suis pour! J'ai déjà accepté mon offre, donc j'ai hâte de discuter du programme avec les autres étudiants.

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