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Hello all! 

First thread that I've made, I thought I'd make one for 2019. I received an "admission anticipée" from Moncton yesterday! 

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C'est exactement ce que je vois quand je me connecte sur le site mais je n'ai pas encore reçu de lettre officielle d'admission.

 

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Moi non plus. J'ai entendu que ca prend plusieurs semaines pour recevoir la lettre officielle. 

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Quelle est la meilleure façon de le préparer le test de Francais ? quels genres d'exercices sont inclus ? Combien de temps dure t'il ?

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Hello all

J'ai reçu une admission anticipée de Moncton il ya quelques jours. 

Combien de temps ça prend avant d'avoir la lettre  officielle  d'admission?

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