I am applying to the University of Toronto as an MD/PhD applicant. What additional materials do I need to submit? How do I submit these documents?
You are required to submit a Curriculum Vitae (CV) via Secure Applicant Messaging (SAM), as outlined in the OMSAS Application Guide. If you apply to the MD/PhD program, you must also submit 3 additional letters of reference, along with the accompanying MD/PhD Reference Form. MD/PhD reference letters are confidential and must be either mailed to…
I didn’t get accepted this year and want to apply again next year. Where can I receive a copy of my application, and will OMSAS keep my references and transcripts?
You can print a copy of your application by logging into your account. This must be done before the end of June, as your account will be deleted after that time. You must submit new references and transcripts each year, as all transcripts and references are destroyed at the end of the cycle.
I have accepted my offer online but have changed my mind. I now want to apply to a different program at the same university. How can I change my program choice?
Contact the university’s admission office directly for clarification, as some universities may issue you only 1 offer of admission. Depending on the university’s policy for offers of admission, you could be advised to: Add the new program choice to your application. If you already have 3 program choices selected in your application, you will need…
If you decline an offer of admission, it becomes invalid. If you change your mind, you must contact the appropriate Faculty of Education directly and inquire if they would be able and willing to issue you a new offer.
The medical schools do not accept changes to the sketch, school submissions or verifiers. If you make a mistake, you can bring it to the attention of the medical schools during the interview process. If a medical school attempts to contact a verifier without success, they will contact you directly for updated information.
I would like to respond to an offer of admission, and I understand that this should be done online. How do I do this?
To respond to an offer of admission, log in to your submitted application. After keying your response, you will complete the following “Submit” steps: Click the “Submit” button. Review and verify your application information. If it is correct, click the button. Read the “Applicant’s Declaration” clause and click the button. If your response is successfully…
No, if you accept an offer, you will be removed from all wait lists.
My most recent LSAT test date has changed now that I have taken the test. I can’t change this date on my application. Why is this the case?
The most recent test date cannot be changed because this was the most recent date at the time you submitted your application.
If the “Offers of Admission” column is blank, there is not yet any offer on file for you. It does not necessarily mean that you have been rejected.
The application did not charge me for supplemental fees and I am worried my application will not be processed.
Some applicants are exempt from paying supplemental fees. The system will automatically exempt you if you qualify.