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EN raison de ce qui c'est passé avec la pandémie et tous les changements pour les étudiants,pensez vous que la force des dossiers sera different?

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Honnêtement, je ne pense pas.. peut-être diminuer un peu par exemple une cote R normal est de 29 puis maintenant ça serait de 28, ou une cote Z normal est de 3,7 maintenant ca serait 3,6-3,5... c’est seulement à titre d’exemple, mais à mon avis il n’y aura pas vraiment de GROSSE différence, car cela n’a pas changé pour l’automne 2020 et pour les admissions en hiver 2021...

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