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14 minutes ago, ULlaw123 said:

BCF mtl a appelé aussi! Ulaval 

Est-ce que tu peux partager tes stats? Merci et congrats!

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7 minutes ago, ULAVAL123 said:

BCF Montréal vient d'appeler Ulaval

Stats? Merci et bravo!

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Just now, Uott33 said:

Est-ce que tu peux partager tes stats? Merci et congrats!

3,74 sans bac avant mais avec plusieurs expériences cv 

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8 minutes ago, UOCivilLaw said:

BCF a commencé les appels!

Est-ce que tu peux partager tes stats stp? Et bravo !

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6 minutes ago, monsieurz said:

Est ce que BCF-Québec a appelé ou uniquement Montréal?

Moi j’ai reçu Montréal donc je sais pas pour Québec! 

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3 hours ago, Kingd said:

I did, the receptionist took the msg. I’ll never put my phone away anymore 

Hahaha. They will call back. Nobody has ever been passed on for not answering the phone ;)

The only thing that answering or getting the callback later may affect is how large your choice will be with respect to timing of the interview (if the call was to set an interview).

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30 minutes ago, USAINbolts said:

Bon, attention, Droit inc. check les commentaires de ce forum. 

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omg they rephrase my words .... but hold on! this website is not a 100% trusted source.. 

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