Is that it for my application?

<p>I just went onto the McGill website and finished my application. It seemed like they didn't require a lot of information. There was no essay, no self report grades, or a list of current courses I'm taking.</p>

<p>Is this normal?
How do I get them to know that I meet their requirements for Engineering? </p>

<p>Thanks in advance :)</p>

<p>Also, I don't think they ever asked for my GPA on the application too...</p>

<p>I am currently living in the US too, if that is relevant.</p>

<p>McGill will want a transcript from your high school at some point and your SAT/ACT scores.</p>

<p>Yes, for Canadian universities, it is normal to have no requirements for essay, letters, resume, first-born child etc.. They will probably want first semester marks at some point and that will tell them what courses you are taking.</p>

<p>Ah, yes. I just got my ID code and its asking for my SAT's and high school transcript.</p>

<p>My school year is divided into quarters, with two quarters making up a semester. When should I send my transcript? Should I send one in now and then another when my first semester/mid term grades come out?</p>

<p>^I'm wondering the same thing. I don't know when is best to send in the transcript. Does anyone who is applying or has applied know?</p>

<p>Hi guys, I really need your advice.</p>

<p>I have just finished my application to McGill; after keying in my credit card number and clicking on the button "Pay" on its website, I accidentally logged out of my account. </p>

<p>After a while, I checked with my bank and realised that about 100 odd dollars was deducted from my bank account. Then, I went to my McGill application account and my transaction status was reflected as that I have paid the amount of 100 dollars to them.</p>

<p>So, does this mean that my application is already submitted to them and that they should receive it?</p>

<p>There's an application for major scholarships where there are places to fill out your extracurriculars and the chance to write an essay. Should I fill this out? I just barely missed the GPA requirement of 95, but that's because my school does not weight grades. If I factor in my APs, I'm sure I have over 95. </p>

<p>Should I just fill out the application anyways? Or will this negatively impact my chances of a regular admission?</p>

<p>Fill out the application anyways--I assume that by "barely missed," you are between 94.5 and 95% which they might round to a 95%. Also, your grades may change between now and when they make a decision--it does not require much to take you up a quarter or half a percentage. As well, there are a variety of ways to calculate an average, so if you are close to 95%, I would be inclined to apply, especially if your EC's and essay are strong. </p>

<p>There will be no negative impact on your chances of regular admission.</p>

<p>Ah, thanks for the advice. My GPA is 94 unweighted, but at the end of this year, I'll have close to 10 APs. And I think my first semester grades are pretty strong.</p>

<p>Worst case scenario, I just won't get the scholarship. Still cheaper than most US schools though.</p>

<p>The only problem is, they want interim reports by Jan 21st. My reports don't come out until about a week after that. Would sending it in then be a problem?</p>