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  1. 11 points
    newmy88

    2020 Waitlist Thread

    I know someone who had previously accepted their ottawa offer is now accepting an OOP offer. There should be more calls coming!!
  2. 6 points
    I know of at least 3 people who are still in the group despite already accepting offers to other schools. One of my friends was actually added to the group AFTER accepting his offer to another school. Don't put too much weight into the group size.
  3. 5 points
    CHG

    Format of classes next year? (Medicine)

    Wait wait I got it to work!! Anything with an asterisk is a mandatory session, and this isn't a carbon copy of what your schedule will look like bc it all depends on when lecturers are available.
  4. 5 points
    heavenhunter

    Admissions MD Laval 2020

    Ahahah t'inquiète, personne ne va dire que vous l'avez eu facile car c'est faux. Vous êtes tous des machines. Le stéréotype de la cohorte Casper c'est plus au niveau social (absence remarquée aux party), mais j'ai confiance que vous allez nous prove wrong là-dessus une fois la covid terminée. Pour vos sacs, j'ai l'honneur/l'horreur de vous dire qu'ils ne seront ni vert ni rouge puisque ce sont les couleurs des 2e et 3e années. À voir!
  5. 5 points
    Dr. Shqipe

    2020 Waitlist Thread

    Since it's now the start of the next work week, let's all send off our offerings to Chantal--the goddess of the Ottawa Waitlist; may she bring forth mercy on us all
  6. 5 points
    grepefruit12

    2020 Waitlist Thread

    please, chantal. gib some lov
  7. 4 points
    CSC

    2020 Waitlist Thread

    Hey guys, just confirming that for the FB group, I was not asked to show proof that I accepted my offer!! Still lots of time to go, hope for the best for all of you
  8. 4 points
    Weluvmedicine

    Queens Waitlist Party 2020

    Yes, I emailed admissions and they said June 2.
  9. 3 points
    ok we have to be careful with the speculation - going to stress out everyone. It is also possible the person calling these out had a day off (could be for quite an important reason). It happens, and you don't want too many people doing this as mistakes are a serious concern (go back on forum and you will see cases where mistakes resulted in offers being retracted due to admin mistakes). Hopefully we will find out more tomorrow, and hang in there!
  10. 3 points
    Just got off the waitlist for Dal PT!
  11. 3 points
    Here is an example from first-term - London campus. While the topic of the classes changes week to week, the timing is usually pretty similar. 8-12 4 days of the week, and then you will have 2 days of the week with an additional 1:30-4:30 (patient centered clinical methods/PCCM) and 1:30-3:30 (integrated small group learning/ISGL). PCCM and ISGL are usually either Mon/Fri or Wed/Thurs, I started on Mon/Fri in 1st term and then in 2nd term I got Wed/Thurs. This schedule doesn't include the additional online independent learning modules you need to complete throughout the week (can range from 2-10 sometimes). Stars = mandatory Red= assessment due Green = lab Purple = PCCM Light blue = lecture (can be normal or case-based/flipped classroom style) Dark blue = discipline specific small group (DSSG) or ISGL or case of the week (CoW) Yellow (not pictured) = special event, e.g. class field trip to Parkwood for a geriatrics learning day From what I understood at our last town hall admin is looking to try and have PCCM and labs be in person and everything else be online. Lectures since March have all been all pre-recorded and DSSG was peer-facilitated so we could do them whenever we wanted., you just had to be available for ISGL which is live over zoom (so once a week 1:30-3:30). To adhere to public health requirements they will be making the the PCCM groups smaller and restricting how many people are in the anatomy lab at one time so this will probably mean a less consistent schedule for PCCM (anatomy lab was never that consistent anyways) to allow flexibility for facilitator availability. Obviously it's all pending public health restrictions, so if things get worse they will move everything fully online again and if things get better they will start bringing back more in-person learning. Hopefully that answers your questions!
  12. 3 points
    TrustTheProcess21

    2020 Waitlist Thread

    Updated Frenchie stats! https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1OHfYEzYa8ug9PiA0WizLom_8CcNha6aRIO-OttMcxKk/edit Crossing my fingers for good WL movement this week!
  13. 3 points
    SoldSoulToMED

    2020 Waitlist Thread

    Sooooo, I’m guessing some offers will be coming out today. For me this is the last day of hoping lmao. After this I’m just gonna try and focus on other things this summer. Please remember to let us know if you get any news
  14. 3 points
    The Real OD

    Optométrie 2020

    Allo, je voulais juste repondre à ces posts (et d'autres que j'ai pas quote haha) pour clear up la confusion : - La destination du stage externe est déterminée par une loterie partielle dans le sens que l'ordre dans lequel les étudiants choisissent leur lieu de stage et leur rotation de stage (4 différents choix) est déterminée par un tirage au sort. Les stages offerts (pour l'instant, comme mentionné plus tôt, la situation politique actuelle rend la situation plus tricky) sont aux états-unis (floride, alaska, virginie), Montréal (HMR, clinique Bellevue, pas CHUM pour l'instant entk haha) et d'autres lieux dans d'autres provinces sont actuellement en discussion. ILS NE VONT PAS VOUS OBLIGER À ALLER EN ALASKA, et je vous dirais que 95% des gens ont ce qu'ils veulent (1er ou 2e choix). - Les stages externes sont plus axés sur la santé oculaire. Cependant, dans les stages aux states, vous ferez quand même des réfractions/examens de routine, c'est plus dans les stages a MTL qui sont en milieux hospitaliers que vous ferez JUSTE de la santé. - Les vaccins nécessaires pour la 2e année sont les vaccins de base que la grande majorité des gens ont déjà eu à l'enfance. Also, la formation RCR est offerte par l'école, donc pas besoin de la faire par vous même avant. - Ça fait déjà 5 ans, mais quand j'ai faite ma demande d'admission, j'étais 6e sur la liste d'attente cégep et j'ai été admise à l'intérieur d'une semaine, don't despair! - Opto était mon deuxième choix quand je suis rentrée (je voulais être médecin depuis que j'avais genre 8 ans mais j'ai été refusée ahha), je ne regrette pas d'être restée dans le programme haha. C'est beaucoup plus que juste vendre des lunettes et c'est un métier très enrichissant ☺️ Source : je viens juste de graduer haha. Also c'est moi qui est allé en Alaska et on ne m'a pas obligé, c'était mon propre choix et ça faissait 3 ans je savais que c'est la que je voulais aller ;)
  15. 3 points
    Oh that could explain it. I am also faculty of medicine staff. Looks like the second year class will be planning some open air events for us (in line with provincial health guidelines)! I can't wait to meet everyone!
  16. 3 points
    Jessletmein

    NS Waitlist Score Poll

    Just to update: The Med2 classes have been fixed and now display the full 120 so someone has gone in to administrate changes recently. Also, if they do "block" registration for 1st year the numbers still aren't adding up properly but most classes now show either 17 or 22 spots available. Again, this may not be indicative of anything accurate at all, but it is all we have to go by for now!
  17. 3 points
    BingBop

    2020 Waitlist Thread

    The Patron Saint of Admissions
  18. 3 points
    BingBop

    2020 Waitlist Thread

    Just wanted to say, on this Monday of last year, there was another wave of waitlist offers that went out starting at 3.94 GPA. It seems like tomorrow starts at 3.95-3.94 GPA. There was another wave that came out on June 6th last year, where it seems some people were offered out of the second bin (3.99-4.00 GPAs). Hopefully this year will be similar. Don't lose hope yet my friends!
  19. 2 points
    What did UofT say? I believe Western will have lectures online/via Zoom and try to do as many labs/clinical classes in person in small groups. From Western's website: "We are also aiming for clinical programs, some undergraduate seminars and labs, and labs for research-based graduate students to be delivered in-person." Since PT/OT are clinical programs, I would assume they are included in this statement?
  20. 2 points
    Anyone want to start a "decisions/results" thread/post?
  21. 2 points
    jpbuss

    Admissions MD Laval 2020

    Rien à faire effectivement. Tu vas avoir toute l’information nécessaire durant l’été sur les cours, la vaccination requise, le fonctionnement de la session etc.
  22. 2 points
    Symphonie

    Admissions MD Laval 2020

    Oui, les cours en petits groupes qui commencent à 19h30 terminent à 21h30. La faculté envoie la distribution et l'horaire ''provisoire'', puis vous donne une période de grâce pour faire des échanges entre vous ! Donc tu peux toujours essayer d'échanger avec quelqu'un pour avoir un groupe plus tôt - si bien sûr à la base tu es placé(e) à 19h30. Après une certaine date, plus aucun échange n'est possible. Je rajouterais aussi qu'avant de vous dispatcher pour les petits cours en groupes, la faculté est assez compréhensive : si vous avez une job, vous pouvez avoir une accomodation pour que votre sous-groupe tombe pas pendant un shift, si vous êtes parents il y a des accommodements aussi.
  23. 2 points
    Jessletmein

    NS Waitlist Score Poll

    They modified the Dalonline, there are now 130 seats max instead of 120 and is now displaying 26 or 31 still unaccounted for (maybe they won't fill them all though, who knows) Would love to see some NS peeps get off this WL!!! Has no one heard anything still?
  24. 2 points
    It’s like you’re a 25 year old minor league third baseman still clinging on to your hopes of playing in the majors. You know your time is running out. Your youth and excitement for the game is ever slightly fading year over year as you struggle to improve your game. Some of your best friends and teammates from college are already starters contributing for playoff teams. Maybe this year you put together a string of great games. Maybe you get noticed by some scouts and are even called up for a couple workouts with the team. You know this is gonna be one of your last few chances. You do your best but there’s always some doubt AND you also know there’s plenty of younger and more talented players competing for that same spot. As you await for that official invite to participate in spring training you are contemplating whether you even want to spend another year grinding it out in AA ball. Maybe you should just take that offer to be an assistant coach at your alma mater and move on with your life.
  25. 2 points
    @CHG @yobologna thank you both so much for the replies, you’re both SO helpful!! I really hope we get more info about it soon but honestly I totally get how insane this situation is and it’s hard to plan w so much uncertainty
  26. 2 points
    Yeah they said you're 100% welcome to commute from anywhere in the province (they used Peterborough as an example) if you want. A while back they mentioned 6-8 weeks advanced notice of when you'd need to be in London but I don't know if that's a firm promise, so you may risk needing to find a place on short notice like @CHG mentioned which could be stressful. Also if observerships are allowed by the hospitals then you may run into trouble if you try to do them in your town if you don't live in Western's catchment area (e.g. east of Oxford county). So ultimately it's up to you, the school doesn't care where you live, as long as you attend mandatory sessions.
  27. 2 points
    denden

    2020 Waitlist Thread

    U of A wouldn't let you defer for 4 years unfortunately, especially given it's at a different institution. Quitting is definitely the only option, however it feels quite unprofessional after a PI commits their efforts to you as well. I think it's best as @starmay said and pick a cutoff date and go from there. as challenging as it may be
  28. 2 points
    Oof I guess I should've posted first semester - good call! In all honesty foundations of medicine had been wiped from my mind LOL. Just for Windsor friends - your ISGL will always be on wednesday 1:30-3:30 no matter what group you're in, and your PCCM will always be on Thursday 1:30-4:30, except for two groups that are on Friday instead. Also forgot to mention - keep an eye on your email inbox because admin gave the OCos a heads up that you'll be receiving some more info soon. ( @yobologna and I are the London/Windsor info dream team )
  29. 2 points
    DrHopes

    2020 Waitlist Thread

    French stats updated !
  30. 2 points
    short_stack

    .

    Hi there, I had applied to pharmacy and med school at the same time during my first cycle three years ago. I got Rs at all my med schools before interviews so I can't really answer all your questions, but I got into pharmacy so I can address a bit. I can say that I don't think it's that common a back-up, most of the students in my pharmacy class knew that's what they had wanted to do. Of course maybe not everyone is willing to share that it was their plan B... but our school also has a pretty low dropout rate so not many people going back to med (though this could be because they gave up now that they're in a professional program). If your cousin has experience volunteering or working in a pharmacy and can see themselves enjoying that then it's great, but the pharmacy profession is in a weird place right now. In Ontario, they've been pushing to gain prescribing rights and were only able to get this recently but the legislation putting it into action is still in the works. On the other hand, automation and electronic stuff is constantly threatening the future of pharmacy. The market is also very saturated right now especially in GTA. In my experience - I really enjoyed learning in school, but being in a community pharmacy environment and contending with stuff like insurance and irate patients and corporate shenanigans like cutting hours for the staff etc is what really pushed me away from it. If your cousin has any specific questions feel free to PM me and I'll be happy to help however I can.
  31. 2 points
    Zoey

    Admission Podiatrie 2020

    Sciences biomédicales à ULaval est 100% Casper un coup le cut off passé ( ce n’est pas un doctorat je l’accorde) et une entrevue est mieux qu’un CASPer à mon opinion Aussi, je crois qu’en faisant 100% entrevue, ils se sont assurés d’admettre des personnes ayant vraiment à cœur le métier de podiatre ( sans dire que certains sur la liste d’attente ou refusés n’ont pas le métier à cœur ) et je crois que le fait que la liste d’attente cette année ne semble pas bouger beaucoup prouve qu’ils ont eu raison dans un sens Une personne, un professionnel ou un élève est plus qu’un nombre, c’est une personne à part entière et si une personne a les notes minimales pour réussir, alors tout le monde à autant de chance de réussir, ce que je trouve juste pour un petit programme de 25 places Mais bon, c’est une opinion comme une autre
  32. 2 points
    Bambi

    -

    It is absolutely essential to have a supportive, understanding s.o. as opposed to somebody who is needy of you and your time and lacks the sensitivity and understanding required! Before medicine, for several years, I was dating a young man who was entirely supportive and put my ambitions ahead of our relationship. For example, we never texted, emailed, spoke during the week when a semester was in session and limited our time together to a few hours on a Saturday evening, which sometimes involved studying. I then went to medical school in another city. Then, there was 5 years of residency in the same city. He is not competitive, not a physician. I will earn much more than him. Our relationship is solid. He has been my rock throughout this journey. Covid-19 has been another test, staying away from him for months as I deal with Covid patients daily. It is important that your s.o. be in alignment with your goals and, if not, regardless of the attraction, he/she will derail your goals and will prevent you from achieving a successful outcome.
  33. 2 points
    Ayy we're literally in the exact same boat! BC resident waitlisted for UBC PT and accepted to Brunel as a backup. All this waiting is really showing me the extent of my patience ahaha
  34. 2 points
    DocBrown9

    Multiple Financial Need Bursaries

    Up-to-date and lectures are amazing for getting info (cheo gives you free access) There's usually a good pdf of Toronto notes that makes it way through the class. Plus there's a legendary alumni who's notes everyone still uses even though there a little outdated. You may end up buying a book or 2 come carms time but it's not that much.
  35. 2 points
    Dr. Shqipe

    2020 Waitlist Thread

    hey I know it might seem like a tempting metric (I always refresh it too haha) but don't forget we don't know how easily they let people into the group (whether they confirm acceptance or not) or whether people who were accepted, joined a different school and never left that group. So it's not over until its over Plus, they keep sending offers up until much later in June traditionally (though this year could be different but we don't know). Personally, I'm prepared for failure in that I'll bounce back if it doesn't work out and get back on the grind, but let's not lose all hope yet You got this! #trusttheprocess
  36. 2 points
    OTHopes97

    Moving to Halifax for Dal OT

    Hey guys! I live about 30 minutes away from Dal so I’m not planning on moving out of home until January. And I’m only moving out then because it’s like 1.5 hours on a bus. But be super careful when you are looking for apartments because Ive heard a lot of student housing has bad bug problems and rats. Renting houses tends to be better but then you also have a lot of roommates. Just wanted to make you guys aware cause some places look super nice but it’s actually really bad.
  37. 2 points
    frenchpress

    Affording Med School

    Think about all of your money and debts in one big pot - what’s going to save you the most overall? The point of rainy day savings is to allow for cash flow when you have an unexpected or big purchase, to avoid having to borrow money expensively (e.g. pay day loan or credit card debt). But what is the point in ‘rainy days savings’ when you are actively using your LOC in parallel? You have the low-interest LOC to provide cash flow in an emergency. I think only makes sense to keep money in savings on the side if your savings interest rate is more than the loan interest rate... if that’s not happening, then you’re actually costing yourself more money every month, because you’re accruing interest on debt you don’t need to carry. I think it usually makes the most sense to use your savings first, and only then borrow from your LOC, otherwise you’re paying more in interest than you have to. (I'm assuming we're talking regular savings here and not, for example, an RRSP which has potentially expensive tax implications and may need to be draw down more wisely). . . . can any of the more financially informed on here can think of a situation I’m missing where this doesn’t make sense? So to answer your interest payments question: I let the interest payments get added to the loan. When I have income here and there (for example when my student loan comes in, bursaries, side jobs, etc.) I am paying down the LOC as much as possible. Not just paying down the interest, but the principle. Then when I need money, I take it from the LOC again. I accrue as little interest as possible every month by keeping the principle as low as I can. For example, say I get a $8,000 student loan, but my tuition isn’t due for another 2 months. I pay down my LOC while I have the cash, and for those 2 months I’ve reduced the total loan I have to pay interest on by $8000. I’m still taking money out of the LOC for rent, etc. every month. But it’s still a relative savings.
  38. 1 point
    I believe Queens and Toronto do not look at it, but Western and Mac do. I know queens doesn’t for sure!
  39. 1 point
    jpbuss

    Admissions MD Laval 2020

  40. 1 point
    I agree, personally I don't really go around telling all my friends what I do as ECs? And neither do my friends. We're very good friends but it's just not something we do. If someone actively asks, we would all be happy to share with each other what we know, but in general, we prefer to just do our own things. This is very cliche, but everyone should be doing stuff that truly interests them anyway instead of copying off each other
  41. 1 point
    Wow okay having read that maybe that had the opposite effect you were looking for @Scrubadubdub apologies for that haha. But i mean, with what’s going on in the world these past few days too it’s hard to find the brightside sometimes. The weather is fantastic though, so I’ve been trying to spend more time outside instead of being shut in and consuming bad news; both of the premed variety here and in general LOL
  42. 1 point
    Earth

    2020 Dal Dentistry Waitlist

    Hey all, I wanted to start a thread for those who were put on the waitlist this cycle. Anyone know roughly how much the waitlist normally moves or how many are on it?
  43. 1 point
    YIELDING You inspired every local dancer into new gyrations.
  44. 1 point
    Oh my bad girl, I didn’t even realize your username was PT not OT. I only applied to dal because I wasn’t really concerned about it, thinking that if I didn’t get in then I could make some $$ working and spend a few months travelling before reapplying to more schools for 2021. Clearly that plan backfired with covid.. hopefully it works out for you though - maybe PEI folks will be concerned with accreditation for dal DT and choose Ontario schools instead!
  45. 1 point
    robclem21

    -

    I think whats important to realize here, that not a lot of applicants truly understand when they start applying, is that it takes more than GPA, MCAT, and CASPER to make you a successful medical student and doctor. Just because those are the current entry requirements, they are far from perfect in selecting candidates who will be successful. Applicants need to also be ready from a maturity and personal experience perspective as well. Training for this profession is unlike any other in that it will test your mental, emotional and psychological strength. Unfortunately, I know many medical students who were not mature enough or truly ready for this when they started. You sabotaging your own applications and going through this relationship is an important life lesson that I would argue was more important prep for medical school than your grades. You know now how to process emotional connection and relationships in a healthy way and hopefully be more prepared when your next relationship comes at a time in your life when the stress is 100x what it was as a pre-med. Those years off were necessary for you to be ready for med school and will ultimately make you more successful. Looking back at my own experience. When i was rejected through my first two cycles, I was nowhere near ready to start this journey. I needed those extra few years to mature, learn how to process failure, and mature in a way that ultimately led me to be successful through med school, CaRMS, and now residency. I wish more people would fail along their journey, not because I don't want them to succeed, but because a lot of successful candidates need to mature and learn a bit about life, struggles, and be less naive before entering medical school as a young 2nd/3rd year undergrad. Don't stress your path. It will make you a better person and doctor in the long run.
  46. 1 point
    I received an offer from the OOP waitlist Thursday and accepted! I can confirm that at least 3/6 seats are now full- good luck to the rest of you!
  47. 1 point
    EFFICIENTLY Eventually for Frank, it could involve exciting nighttime thrusting, like.... yearly.
  48. 1 point
    Yes you need to have either completed your undergrad or be in your fourth year upon applying. Here is their admissions site where you can check for any further info! https://www.schulich.uwo.ca/med_dent_admissions/dentistry/admission_requirements.html
  49. 1 point
    Hey everyone! Information for future PT applicants for Applied: UBC, U of A, U of T, McMasterAccepted: U of A (was accepted off the waitlist on May 13), U of T (was accepted off the waitlist on June 16), UBC (was accepted off waitlist July 2)Waitlisted: Rejected: McMaster (after interview)GPA: ORPAS= c-gpa=3.79 sgpa= 3.93, UBC- last 30 credits (of upper level courses)= 92%, U of A last 60 credits- 90%= 4.0/4.0 Perceived strength of essays/interviews/references: I have volunteered as a physiotherapy assistant ~ 180 hours throughout my undergrad at UBCO, with special olympic athletes ~30 hours, as a spin instructor at a gym ~ 200 hours. Additionally I have worked (paid employment) as a receptionist at a wellness clinic that has chiro, RMT, Reike, and acupuncture and as a figure skating coach. I think my reference letters were very strong. Both professors I got to know very well through classes and office hours. If I have any advice is to get to know your profs so that they can speak about you as a student, your character, and the things you do in your community. One of my references was from a prof that I did my 499 with (undergrad research assistant). For those that go to UBCO/UBC I found that doing a 499 over a 401 was more beneficial as I was already getting the hands on experience from volunteering in the physio clinic. Additionally, if I did not do a 499 then the section about research on my application would have been blank (I'm not sure how much having research experience impacts your application). It was also a great learning opportunity to be in the lab working on research. My community reference came from the physio clinic that I volunteered at. With that being said a 401 is still an amazing experience too. I studying for the CASPER and MMI's I found that online resources and books were very helpful. Additionally, I practiced a lot for the MMI's in a group with other applicants (just with practice questions we found online). I think my CASPER was fairly strong. I was a little bit nervous for the MMI in Vancouver and feel like I could have answered some of the interview questions better than I did. I also think my CAP exam was pretty solid- I used the whole 2 hours to write the exam and I feel like I was prepared as it was my last "interview" and all the other practice questions I did for the MMI's helped. I feel like my McMaster interview was the weakest for sure. I was my first interview for all the schools and I could have answered those questions better I think. I believe that my essays for UBC were pretty strong just reflecting on personal experiences and how they have impacted my life. UBC is my first choice so I am hoping to get off the waitlist still but I am very happy that I have been accepted to U of A (OOP). Good luck to everyone still on waitlsts or applying again next year I have accepted my UBC offer and rescinded my acceptance to U of A
  50. 1 point
    I have been lurking on this thread for months now, but since it is said and done as of tonight I figured I would throw in my results. Applied + (PT or OT?): PT at U of A, McMaster, U of T, Western, McGill (QY), Dal Accepted: U of A, McMaster, McGill, Western Waitlisted: Western (middle third) Rejected: U of T, Dal GPA: ok so I accidentally froze my ORPAS for 24 hours hahaha but I think they were both around 3.6 - 3.65. I had a 3.9/4.33 for Dal and a 3.65 - 3.7 ish for U of A. Perceived strength of essays/interviews/references: My primary reference was one of my professors, who I took 3 classes with and worked with on projects within our faculty. He had discussed taking me on as a master's student if PT didn't work out, and he knows me not just as a student but as a human being and understood how badly I wanted to go into PT. My second was a PT I did a practicum with, he is such an amazing mentor of mine and he got to see how I worked in the clinic, picked up skills and applied the textbook knowledge to clinical settings, and he gave me a lot of independence in my role as a kinesiologist/PT assistant. I had a second academic reference for the Dal application, which was another professor of mine who I also worked extensively with outside of the classroom on different projects within our faculty. He also wrote me a reference for my semester abroad. I think my personal statements were well written, and I have a variety of experiences I was able to speak on, including volunteering as a fitness attendant for people with disabilities, coaching youth soccer, being an executive for my kinesiology student society for 2 years at my undergrad university, attending 2 conferences, doing a semester abroad in Australia (I also did some volunteer work at my exchange university), work and practicum experience in physiotherapy clinics, and practicum experience as a media assistant for my undergrad school's varsity teams. My experiences are not all directly PT related but involve lots of leadership and self-direction. I had some friends from all different academic backgrounds read through my written components and offer suggestions, including some master's students and PT students. I felt confident in my Kira Talent for Mac. It was my first time writing CASPer, but I thought I did alright; not amazing and not horrible. I got lots of interview tips from friends and my PT referee, so I felt good about any interview components. Plus, I just generally like talking with people and genuinely enjoy interviews. I am honestly shocked to have received multiple offers, let alone one offer, considering my GPA is not stellar. I do think I might have made up for it with the CASPer/Kira Talent. I am debating between U of A and Mac, leaning towards U of A but still not entirely sure! Congrats to everyone who got offers! (Ended up going with U of A!)
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