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  1. If I remember correctly, you have to follow these steps in this order: 1. Make sure your ualberta email is connected to Facebook 2. Join the UAlberta Community 3. Request to join the group
  2. Confidentiality agreement had to be agreed to on UCAN before you could schedule your interview
  3. @Medapps Assuming you have it saved somewhere on your computer, log into OMSAS, click "SAM" in the left-hand column, select "Western University Abbreviated Autobiographical Sketch" as Document type, select "Western University" under University, browse for your saved ABS file, click "Submit". The instructions for Save Link As are likely just to avoid the browser opening the file in a new Window rather than downloading a copy. As long as you were able to fill out the document and save it you're fine.
  4. https://www.ouac.on.ca/guide/omsas-western/#non-academic October 15, 2018 (4:30 pm ET)
  5. From the notices section of the application: "Please note that we do not request nor require reference letters prior to the October 1, 2018 deadline. Your referees will be contacted later on in the application cycle to complete a reference letter in the form of a series of standardized questions."
  6. In one of their Facebook live videos they stated that Title/verifier information and any citations you need to make do not count against the 250 word limit, which is why they give you more than enough characters to have your 250-word essay plus any extra you need for citations/verifier information.
  7. No, you are only allowed to write CASPer once per application cycle. From the CASPer website: The CASPer test is only taken once per application cycle per program type. If you are taking CASPer for Dalhousie University in August and are also planning to apply to Ontario Medicine programs requiring an OMSAS ID, you can add these schools to your distribution list after the test has passed, once you have received your OMSAS ID number. Your distribution list is on your test record, on the reservations page. To add to your distribution list, click the small pencil icon, select schools and submit payment to secure your additions.
  8. Not invited OOP AGPA: 4.41 MCAT: 519 (130/128/130/131) Not rural
  9. If you have your application identifier number you can login here: https://admissions.med.ualberta.ca/Account/Login
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