Transferring to McGill from UofT...

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Subject: Transferring to McGill from UofT...
Hi there,

I am planning to transfer to McGill. I am in psychology, and I have 3,78 average. What do you think? Is it easy to transfer to McGill?

[25-09-2006,23:07]
Jane
(in reply to: Transferring to McGill from UofT...)
i think so, as long as you´re not from quebec, you´ll get accepted.

plus, you´re transferring to a shittier school, with a great gpa from the best and toughest school in Canada.

you´ll get in for sure.

[25-09-2006,23:34]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transferring to McGill from UofT...)
1st writer is from McGill
Pathetic

[26-09-2006,00:28]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transferring to McGill from UofT...)
thats fucking sad.


[26-09-2006,00:51]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transferring to McGill from UofT...)
OP is not from McGill but the pple who replied are from UofT, obviously...
[26-09-2006,01:05]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transferring to McGill from UofT...)
Why would you go to a worse school?
[26-09-2006,13:18]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transferring to McGill from UofT...)
i don´t want to go to a worse school, that´s why i´m going to mcgill
[26-09-2006,22:17]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transferring to McGill from UofT...)
^ this is hiliarous, man
[26-09-2006,22:29]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transferring to McGill from UofT...)
Y´ALL BITCHES GO TO GEORGIAN COLLEGE
[27-09-2006,05:33]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transferring to McGill from UofT...)
It´s like selling a hot stock for one that declining
[27-09-2006,13:49]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Transferring to McGill from UofT...)
You should get out of UofT. Nobody cares or has even heard of this school outside of Canada. The facts argue that McGill > UofT. Rankings in favor of UofT 3 (SJTU, Newsweek, Maclean´s). Rankings in favor of McGill 5 (THES, Guardian, Princeton Review, Maclean´s, Research Infosource). Average (not total) number of publications, impact of publications, and grant money is higher for McGill than UofT. Some well-known psychologists from McGill members of NAS or Royal Society: Hebb (discover of LTP), Milner (discover where memories are stored in the brain), and Melzack (world authority on pain research). Well-known psychologists from UofT members of NAS or Royal Society: none.
[27-09-2006,23:27]
Anonymous



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