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Everything posted by ysoNaCly

  1. If you apply in 4th year, UofT would drop your worst year (as long as it wasnt the most recent year) so that would be your best 2 years
  2. Does anyone know anyone who is still planning on dropping their UofT offer but hasn’t yet?
  3. UofT waitlist is at 27. edit: I’m not 27 I just called to ask what it had moved
  4. Anyone know what the waitlist is at for UofT? Second deposit is due soon I believe.
  5. Hmm I’m not sure either. I would say your best bet is to make an individual post on the forums and hopefully someone else has been in your position and can answer.
  6. If you're referring to how do I know they satisfy UofT's requirements, I applied to UofT this year and got an interview lol But I knew before hand from previous forum posts.
  7. For comparison, this time last year it was at #14.
  8. I also say go to dal because I’m on the wl for uoft lol But no in all honesty why go with the school you’re least familiar with? Seems counterintuitive. Also there have been many discussions on these forums about the significant debt acquired from attending dental school and how it is becoming more and more difficult for new grads to pay off their loans. Like cleanup said dental school is what you make it, living in Toronto might be more fun but I think you should also consider whether the “Toronto experience” is worth the extra financial burden. Just my 2 cents.
  9. Wow seems like Schulich is really moving while U of T has stalled at 6
  10. Yes they give a “bonus” to your file
  11. this year the average was 3.93 .. not sure what the cutoff was but there were a few masters students who posted they got in with sub 3.85 gpa
  12. At this point last year WL had moved 9 spots .. so not a huge difference considering acceptances came out WAY earlier this year.
  13. My friend got into McGill as an OOP and didn’t get into Ontario schools. Keep in mind though that starting this year McGill will require the DAT including the manual dexterity portion. Also the latest DAT they will accept is February 2018.
  14. ^Thats correct. Saskatchewan and Western consider September - April an academic year.
  15. I'm sure if you spent some time going through the acceptance threads you would see your GPA is very competitive. That being said you still need to do relatively well on the DAT but your chances of getting an interview (for UofT at least) are already good. Should also keep in mind though that even the highest ranked applicants on paper get rejected post-interview so the interview will really make or break you. Best of luck.
  16. Oh ok I forgot about the Med deadline. I was just comparing to last year it had moved 8 spots by this date.
  17. Update for waitlisters: still only moved 2 spots.. insanely slow this year
  18. Does anyone know if Biochem 2280 and Cellbio 2382 from UWO satisfy the biochemistry requirements for UBC and USask? I know that they do for UofT so hoping it's the same. Also would English 1020E satisfy UBC's english requirement?
  19. Does UBC weigh the DAT higher than other schools? I’m thinking about applying to more schools next year but I would most likely have to retake the DAT because my scores arent the best 21 AA 21 RC 18 PAT
  20. Im biased cus I want UofT waitlist to move haha but I’ve often heard people say to go with whatever school gave you the best gut feeling on the day that you visited. All the other stuff will work itself out.
  21. Congrats! No i wish haha just wanted to get a picture of future waitlist movement
  22. Anyone planning on or know of someone dropping UofT for med?
  23. I would look into Luxe apartments, more expensive but waay nicer than anything else you will find at a 5 min walk to campus. If anyone has any questions about London or what campus is like feel free to pm me. edit: Luxe is very popular though so it might be too late to find a suite.
  24. If you can afford it go to UofM it is a great school. If you think about it the high waitlist didn't even clear last year and it's likely not going to this year however you may get a better idea of waitlist movement after May 8th when med school acceptances come out. You could also wait another year and have a better chance of getting in or you could start school in the states and start earning an income one year earlier. Congrats on your acceptance to UofM!
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