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How will my program choices on my application be evaluated?
If you have submitted an application with two program choices, you will first be evaluated for your first-choice program. If you receive an offer for your first-choice program, you will not be evaluated for your second-choice program.
If you do not receive an offer for your first-choice program, either because you did not meet all the requirements or because your average wasn’t competitive enough, you could be admitted later, if you submit updated courses and marks that improve your standing.
In the meantime, you will be evaluated for your second-choice program, as long as you have listed one on your application. (You can also submit a new/alternate program choice.)
Even if you receive an offer to your second-choice program, your first choice will still be reviewed when additional final grades are submitted. If you later receive an offer to your first-choice program, you will have the option to accept that program instead.
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