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Will I be able to get into McGill with this GPA?


Replies to: Will I be able to get into McGill with this GPA?

  • Nicole1029Nicole1029 Registered User Posts: 24 New Member
    Seeing as you've argued with me on two different threads I have replied to, I'm not going to try to convince you that my replies aren't 'ill-thought and emotionally-based'. I'm especially not going to argue with someone who doesn't have correct spelling and grammar. Knowing the correct spelling of words and use of hyphens is pretty useful in setting up a solid argument.

    /I/ was only talking about how much grade inflation there is in the 'prestigious' upper echelon of schools.
    You, on the other hand, took it as a personal attack against yourself. Pot calling the kettle black, are we?
  • Nicole1029Nicole1029 Registered User Posts: 24 New Member
    Also, to the OP,
    I think a 3.7 is a probable GPA of getting accepted transfer. However, McGill states that is on a case-by-case basis, so take it with a grain of salt.
  • l0rdiel0rdie Registered User Posts: 41 Junior Member
    You are embarrassing yourself, Nicole.

    Your constant flip-flopping and use of ad hominem in legitimate discussion is hilariously juvenile.

    This forum is predominately full of honest answers and productive discussion. As evidenced by your 'chance me' thread among your other posts, any disagreeable opinion you encounter is countered by a personal attack on the espouser.

    You offer nothing to these forums but compliment-fishing and insults to others.

    And to anyone interested in the actual topic of this thread, I'm sorry for the digression, but if you look at Nicole's past comments and threads you'll see exactly where I'm coming from.
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