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  1. On their website it says: "Applicants who are granted conditional acceptance to the DMD program are required to provide transcripts of their final grades by June 7, 2019", I think they will email you about it in early June.
  2. In past years, they send out all rejection/acceptance/waitlisted emails on the same day around the same time.
  3. Rejected. IP (so confused because I felt good about the MMI and PBL)
  4. No pen or paper, and not even water is allowed. Good luck!
  5. I received my confirmation email from UBC yesterday with all the information provided.
  6. You don't really have to study for it because it is about real life situations. If you are feeling not ok about not studying, I do recommend to read the bioethics on this website https://depts.washington.edu/bioethx/topics/index.html and try to find what are the traits and perspectives you need to be a good health practitioner. Also try the sample questions on the Official CASPER website and see how much you can actually answer in 5 minutes. This website also tells you some of the test strategies https://rwftraining.com/caspertestprep/casper-test-strategy/. Hope that helps
  7. I wrote the CASPER yesterday and it was not too difficult. Except, you only have 5 minutes to read the 3 questions for each station, structure your thoughts and then type the answer. I was probably typing at max speed and smashing my keyboard already and I still couldn't finish my sentences. It is very hard to analyze all the dimensions of the question given the amount of time you get per station.
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