|Students who got into MGU say:|
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| | Application was very straightforward - coming from a U.S. school, you only need your high school transcript and standardized test scores. No resume, extracurricular activities, or essays required, unless you apply for a major scholarship.
McGill University gives their students a lot of independence. But with this independence comes responsibility, organizational skills and leadership. Along with academic achievements, highlight your diverse involvement in school activities, in hobbies (such as sports, music, art), in your community - simply show that you are more than just brains. All in all, stay on top of the deadlines, if something isn't right, then give McGill a call - everyone is very friendly and helpful.
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| Nov 04 2012 |
One final note, remember that university is more than just the next stage of education, it is a vital learning and growing stage of life, so include that factor in your final decision as well. Good luck!
The requirements for all the faculties are listed on the McGill website. If you are American and have trouble with one section of the SAT over the other (for instance, I had trouble in math), I recommend taking the ACT. McGill cares about your grades, not sports and clubs and who your parents are.
| Geography and Geosciences|| Jan 01 2012 | They only look at grades. Nothing else really matters. They don't have to be ridiculously high, but they should be pretty good (think mostly A's, some B's, little to no C's), and a solid SAT or ACT score.