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  1. Hmmm okay. Just asking because Scotia needs some sort of proof in order to fund the LoC, but not sure how this would work since fees are due before classes begin
  2. Does anyone know when we can get an enrolment letter/proof of enrolment? Maybe in the package sent in June ?
  3. Hi everyone, Just wanted to see if anyone knows of a solid advisor for Scotiabank in the GTA area, preferably around Vaughan/North York. Send a DM if you know of anyone Thank you!
  4. Still waiting as well lool EDIT: Just got bad waitlisted
  5. You can call to be safe but based on the admissions website it should just be your year GPA. "*Note that courses taken in the academic year, during the proposed year of entry will not be included in the calculation of the applicant's cumulative GPA. Any offer of admission, however, will be contingent upon the successful applicant maintaining an annual GPA of at least 3.0 (4.0 scale) for the current academic year"
  6. I can't really comment on WL chances since I myself only got in this year. But historically the WL has always moved 20-30 spots and the bulk of the movement occurs once Med acceptances come out in May so I really just think its a matter of time. Of course you could always accept alternate offers to have a fallback if it lessens your worry.
  7. You'll get into UofT. The WL will move more in May once med and UWO acceptances come out lol
  8. Just want to echo this post! I had a 3.91 wGPA and 22/20 on the DAT and got accepted. Personally I think a 21/20 will be enough to get an interview since the DAT is apparently only worth 10%. You would have to have a higher interview score than others to compensate for the lower GPA, but I would definitely apply once before committing to a masters.
  9. Adding to the above, UofT sent acceptances a lot earlier this year. It makes sense more people would have accepted their offer initially because its the only offer they have so far.
  10. Talk to Admissions, I'm sure they're aware of the situation already and will be more lenient since its out of your control!
  11. Any courses this year have to be completed by the end of May (May 31), transcripts have to be sent by June 30.
  12. Have they added people to the group yet? Someone PM me the link if so
  13. Just wanted to double check but has anyone received the pre-registration package yet?
  14. Invited, but will be declining. EDIT: Posting my stats for future applicants. Best two years: 92% 22 AA, 20 PAT, 23 RC I did not have any dental shadowing.
  15. I don't think UofT cares about having a full course load. As long as you will have 3 years of undergrad (15 full year course equivalents) and your annual GPA is over 3.0 you should be fine! Just make sure dropping the course has no impact on your GPA
  16. 99% sure its the whole year lol don't worry. EDIT: Has anyone given in their slip/cheque yet? Not sure where in the faculty to drop it in...
  17. Accepted, graduated last year. Just taking physiology this year for the pre-req. IP GPA: 3.91 AA 22 PAT 20 Interview: Felt great coming out of it and I guess it must have gone well. If anyone is worried about their GPA, here's to show that you don't need a 4.0 to get into UofT
  18. Accepted omg EDIT: Dumb question but we can drop off the reply slip + cheque in person to Admissions correct?
  19. I remember reading that the sketch would be used this year pre-interview. Maybe it was a cutoff only? Perhaps @Donald_Duck can shed more light
  20. Haven't received anything either. Hang tight, they're probably still getting through the e-mails they received after invites went out.
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