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  1. If you choose the 10 year exclusion rule (gives you the option to do so when filling the application) they will only use grades from 2009/2010 onwards (this is if you're applying in this coming cycle of 2019/2020). If you also choose to drop your lowest year, you'll be able to drop 2009/10 grades as they are the lowest overall. Not sure if year 5 will be factored in as it only had 10 credits so maybe give them a call to confirm or scour the applicant manual for info on years with non-full course load (24 credits). Works out well for you overall I'd say regardless of whether year 5 is included or not. best of luck
  2. Hey, I am interested too. Got an MMI interview coming up. I'll dm you my phone number.
  3. athussin

    Submission issue?

    That's comforting to read.. Under App Status it says: Application submitted on 10/1/2018. So I am going to assume this means all is good...
  4. I have green marks by all the sections of my application. I just paid the fee and got confirmation email yet I still have a red mark by Payment although it says fee has been paid and received underneath. Does any one have this as well? How do I know my application has been submitted?
  5. I will happily. Would you look at mine too? I'll inbox you my email address.
  6. 59th percentile and didn't get an interview either. The cut-off score to get an interview in the last three years has been: 98.5, 99.84 and 101.04 (http://wcm.ucalgary.ca/mdprogram/admissions/reference-statistics). I got a 103.23. So I must have missed it by a hair length.
  7. athussin

    In-Person Mmi Practice, Victoria

    Hi Jim, I live in down town Vic and I am definitely interested in getting a group together to practice. When do you expect to hear about invites?
  8. are you sure these fullfil first year university level prereqs? it seems like just high school courses..?
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