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  1. westcoastbestcoast

    Thinking of applying to OMFS Programs in the USA?

    Do OMFS programs look at undergrad grades? I would think the MD/6-year programs do, but would they hold you to the same high standard as med applicants in terms of your undergrad GPA?
  2. Out of curiosity , does anybody else find the person replying from admissions office extremely rude ?

  3. westcoastbestcoast

    UBC Invite/Regrets 2019

    just curious, if the international deadline is Feb 1... shouldn't invites come out AFTER that for everyone?
  4. westcoastbestcoast

    UBC Invite/Regrets 2019

    What time of day did they come out last year?
  5. westcoastbestcoast

    UBC Invite/Regrets 2019

    Thought I'd start this thread. When do UBC invites come out?
  6. westcoastbestcoast

    November 2018 DAT Thoughts

    True, but also be realistic haha.
  7. westcoastbestcoast

    November 2018 DAT Thoughts

    Unfortunately, nothing will be done.
  8. westcoastbestcoast

    November 2018 DAT Thoughts

    Pretty sure it's just AA and PAT. They don't release any of that information anyways regarding what components of the DAT are used (ex: "closely at sciences")
  9. westcoastbestcoast

    November 2018 DAT Thoughts

    While the BIO and PAT scores were very low, CHEM and RC were higher. This might offset one another.
  10. westcoastbestcoast

    Thinking of applying to OMFS Programs in the USA?

    When applying for 6-year programs, as they have the MD component, do they consider your UG grades?
  11. westcoastbestcoast

    November 2018 DAT Thoughts

    Anyone know when UBC sends out invites? Sometime in Jan?
  12. westcoastbestcoast

    November 2018 DAT Thoughts

    What's your average? Cuz that is a factor as well
  13. westcoastbestcoast

    November 2018 DAT Thoughts

    RC: 22 BIO: 18 CHEM: 25 TS: 20 AA: 22 PAT: 19 When I look at my scores im not satisfied (ex: 19 PAT) but then I look at the percentile and feel a bit better (ex: PAT 19 is 90% percentile)... too bad schools look at the scaled scores. What are my chances at an interview at UBC with a 85.5 avg?
  14. westcoastbestcoast

    November 2018 DAT Thoughts

    Can someone clarify if schools look at your AA? Or the individual scores (Bio, Chem, RC)? Like is a 22 AA the same for someone having a 16 BIO, 24 CHEM, and 22 RC vs a 22 in all three areas? Thanks
  15. westcoastbestcoast

    November 2018 DAT Thoughts

    Refresh? Mine says NOV 2018
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