<p>I want to go to University in Canada, especially in McGill and I have a few questions.</p>
<p>I heard it was impossible to get into pre-med if you're not Canadian.</p>
<p>I do hold Canadian citizenship and studied in Quebec until secondaire 5, but I've been in an American International School in Asia for most of my high school. 10-12. How do they view that? Do they view me as an american or a canadian with the same chances of getting in the program?
I heard that Canadian universities did not care about college essays, is this true?
I haven't found one for McGill and I'm also interested in McMaster, U of T, UBC.</p>
<p>I've heard various conflicting information about SAT scores, some say they don't really care, but some say they have a certain requirement. Which is which?
I know it's a lot of questions and many of you will absolutely murder me for it, but thank you.</p>
<p>The problem is that my score in secondaire 5 in Quebec is complete rubbish.
So I don't know what my chances are right now.
My GPA average is 3.79.
My APs are:
Econ Micro: 4
With AP Chem, AP ENG, AP CALCULUS AB/BC and AP World History this year.
My SAT scores are undetermined.</p>