Speech language pathology at McGill?
Hi all, I have discovered my interest for Speech Language Pathology a bit late. I have completed a Bachelor's degree in French and German languages and literatures at McGill with a CGPA of 3.76 (out of 4). I than have completed a Master's degree at the Université de Montréal in French language and literature. I already have two years of experience in language teaching. I have completed all required courses as a guest student, since I was already enrolled in a Master's program and they wouldn't fit into my curriculum, I had to take them extra.
To be realistic, what do you think are my chances of getting into the program? I have read on the university's website that bachelor's CGPA of current students were between 3.5 and 4 with an average of 3.8. And all students with a bachelor's degree who have completed all required courses may apply. However, when I look at current students profiles, almost all of them have completed a bachelor's degree either in linguistics or psychology... And I have heard the worst stories about students with 3.9 not being accepted... Is it possible that they lie on their website to get students who have no chances apply? (as application costs 200$ per student)
Does someone here have personal experience with this kind of questions? (at McGill or other university)