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  1. Accepted/Waitlisted/Regrets: Accepted In Province (IP)/Out of Province (OOP): IP AGPA (x.xx/4.5): 4.46 MCAT (xxx/528): 516 Rural/Non-Rural: Non-rural Advanced Academics (PhD, pubs, academic appointment): 0 SO RELIEVED. All the waiting has been worth it. Congrats to others who got accepted and goodluck to those who got rejected for your future applications!
  2. We're on the same boat. This wait is killing me. I'm also wondering the same thing. Does anyone know roughly how many letters they sent out today?
  3. Alternative medicine, DNR, palliative care, indigenous populations, etc.
  4. Since you'll be taking the new MCAT, there aren't any course requirements. Any degree is accepted at the U of M so if you are interested in Kinesiology, I'd say go for it. Also, I recommend you take a look at their application bulletin on their website for accurate details.
  5. The only thing mentioned was that there wasn't gonna be debate or acting station
  6. Invite IP GPA: 4.33 (not applicable for AGPA) MCAT: 516
  7. Honestly, do what interests you. Down the road studying for what you're interested in will get you a better GPA because it'll be hard to keep yourself motivated to study something you aren't interested in. I'm not a microbio major so I'm not sure what the courses are like but even if others say they are hard, if you're interested in them and put in the effort, you'll do well
  8. Yeap you should. It will show as "Received" on the application portal. Just got mine updated
  9. So I declare graduation after I get the offer right?
  10. Honestly just do as much practice as you can. That's the best advice I can give you
  11. Hi everyone, I'm applying to medicine this cycle and hoping to get in. If I do get in, when do I have to declare my graduation?
  12. What others say doesn't matter if you put in the effort. Work hard and believe in your capabilities, you'll be fine. In the case you don't do well, remember your GPA will be adjusted to excluded your lowest grades.
  13. With reference to the past statistics, I would say somewhere around 4.2 would be considered competitive. But then again AGPA has such a small percentage compared to MCAT and interview, so just focus on doing well for MCAT for now
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