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  1. Your best bet would probably be to look into MD/PhD programs. A lot of those are fully funded in the States, and when I was looking into it I found like 7-10 schools that accepted and fully funded international students. It is definitely really competitive, but the AMCAS conversion can work to some students favor. For example, if you study at Western, 80-100% converts to a 4.0 through AMCAS. From my understanding, banks won't loan you money without a cosigner if you are going to medical school abroad. Goodluck!
  2. 1. What are the best provinces to work in with regards to billing? 2. What are the best provinces to work in with regards to rural incentives? 3. Is it better to do residency in a particular location if you are planning on practicing there afterwards, or does this not matter as much? Thank you so much!
  3. I forgot to ask as well. Does anyone know this information?
  4. You should add an option for normal wait list too
  5. I think you're in the "normal" waitlist then. Historically from what I have seen, acceptances dip into the normal list every year.
  6. I think it's in the wording of the email. Mine says: Although you were not ranked to receive an offer at this time, it was recommended that your name be placed on our Wait List. Any offers not accepted will be filled by individuals on the Wait List. In recent years, applicants in your position on the Wait List have received an offer of admission. What does yours say?
  7. Accepted/rejected/waitlisted: Accepted GPA: 90% DAT (AA/RC/PAT): 21/21/21 Interview performance (personal opinion): Honestly thought it didn't go too well. Got cut off for rambling after my first answer. Didn't feel like I was able to show who I was through personal examples. I guess my initial feeling was not accurate at all. IP/OOP: IP Year: 4th year
  8. I'm also curious about this, but I am doubtful anyone knows and even if they did they probably can't share.
  9. I read somewhere that you need to get a minimum of 24/40 to pass the interview.. so the person with 65 might have had a really good supplemental score but <24 interview
  10. After seeing the variation, I change my initial position. I think something has changed this year
  11. Why are you assuming these remaining candidates have fairly high scores? Also, the 60-69, and 78+ could be misleading. For all we know the highest and lowest scores could be 78 and 69 respectively. If I had to guess, I don't think this means there is a larger waitlist.
  12. Thanks for the reply. Makes sense! So have any OOP been accepted to NB yet? Or are they still waiting to see how many NB applicants accept their offers?
  13. Did anyone notice that the letter they sent us also had this stipulation: We are excited to inform you that, in this year of our 150th anniversary, in addition to positions at the Dalhousie Medicine Campus in Halifax, Nova Scotia , we may have positions available in the Class of 2022 for Non-Maritime applicants at the Dalhousie Medicine New Brunswick Campus based in Saint John, New Brunswick. Campus allocation of Non-Maritime applicants is contingent on position availability at either the Halifax or the Saint John campus. Availability will fluctuate as it is dependent on wait-list movement. Wait-list movement occurs from the time of initial admissions offers until registration day on August 27, 2018. It depends entirely on whether offers of a position made to applicants are accepted or declined and is completely outside the control of the Admissions Office. For these reasons, we do not provide applicants their position on the wait-list. Can anyone share some insight on what this may mean?
  14. Seems strange that someone with a 78+ score would get waitlisted considering the average is 72.5. Kinda scares me now
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