Physiology Undergraduate League of Students


Since its inception, the Physiology Undergraduate League of Students has been the elected student society at the service of undergraduate students in the Department of Physiology at McGill University.

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PHGY 312/313 Deferral and Supplemental Exams

The PHGY 312 exam will consist of long and short essays for all the three main topics (cardio, renal, respiration). The three topics will be weighted equally.

The PHGY 313 exam format will be short answer questions that cover the content of the entire course. Questions may contain multiple sub-questions, with marks per section clearly indicated. The breakdown per section are as follows: Blood (26%), Immunology (40%), and GI (34%).

More exam details available in the sidebar and here.

Physiology Program Orientation

Having trouble deciding a major? The physiology department will be holding a program orientation session for newly admitted U1 students on August 30th, 2017, in McIntyre Medical Sciences Building, Room 1034, at 11:30am.
Come on out and hear all about the programs that physiology has to offer!
*U0 students are also welcome!*

Have a great summer!

It was an immense pleasure to serve you as your student society this year. On behalf of the entire PULS team, we wish you a fruitful and relaxing summer. We will see you in September! As for graduates, we wish you success in all your future endeavours!

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The Physiology Undergraduate League of Students (PULS) is the elected student government of the Department of Physiology at McGill University in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

Views expressed on this site are not necessarily those of McGill University, or McGill University's Department of Physiology.

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    Room 1017
    McIntyre Medical Building
    3655 Promenade Sir William Osler, Montréal QC H3A 1A3