You are required to self-report your grades if you are:
- applying to Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Arts, B.A.&.Sc., Education, Engineering, Management, Nursing or Science, and
- applying from a high school in Canada outside of Quebec and Ontario.
If you are in a combined high school / International Baccalaureate Diploma program, please arrange for your estimated IB results to be sent directly from your school to McGill.
The web form for submitting self-reported grades can be accessed with your Minerva PIN beginning January 6. Log in to Minerva and select the Applicant menu. For more information on self-reporting, contact Service Point.
Applicants will be considered for admission in two rounds. Those who are not granted admission in the first round will be considered in the second round.
|Decision category||Period to self report*||What to self-report||Estimated dates for posting of admission decisions|
|Early admission for selected candidates||January 6 to February 1 (inclusive)||All Grade 11 and 12 course titles with corresponding results as of the reporting date. For early admission, each result must be reported as either: an interim or completed course grade or as “grade not available”.||For admission decision release dates see: http://www.mcgill.ca/applying/knowingstatus/decision.|
|Regular admission for other candidates||March 1 to May 1 (inclusive)||All Grade 11 and 12 courses titles with corresponding results as of the reporting date. All results must be reported as either: an interim or completed course grade. “Grade not available” cannot be selected in this period.||For admission decision release dates see: http://www.mcgill.ca/applying/knowingstatus/decision.|
The grades to be submitted as interim grades depend on how many terms (or semesters) your school has per year. See the table below for more information:
|Terms per year||Interim Grades|
|Two terms||First term|
|Three terms||First two terms|
|Four terms||First two terms|
|Two semesters||First term finals and second semester mid-terms|
- All self-reported grades will eventually be verified against official grades from your school.
- In case of a discrepancy between self-reported and official grades, the latter will be taken as the official version.
- If you need to submit grade revisions or additions after submitting your self-reported-grades, these must be sent to McGill by email and must include your name and McGill ID number.
- Admission decisions based on self-reported grades are subject to change without notice on the basis of official grades. In cases of significant discrepancies, the applicant may be required to provide an explanation.
- McGill does not require interim transcripts as you will be self-reporting your grades online, including all grade 11 and grade 12 level academic courses.
- Self-reporting grades will permit us to automatically consider you for a basic scholarship.
- If you are applying for a major renewable entrance scholarship, you must not only self-report your grades online, but you must arrange for additional supporting documentation to be sent to McGill. Further information can be found at Scholarships and Student Aid.