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    Calgary Interview Invites 2018/2019

    Status: Reject GPA: 3.86 MCAT: 502 (126 CARS) Academic: Non traditional applicant. BSc in Accounting and Finance in the US. Master's in Law in US. Location: IP EC's: NCAA D1 Sports, multiple leadership positions through sports, no research/publications, thought my Top 10's were so-so. First time applicant. Will definitely be applying again next year. Congrats to all who got an interview!
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    Business Major Aspiring For Med School

    @freewheeler thank you for the advice! I will certainly do some more research
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    Business Major Aspiring For Med School

    @catlady403 Wow thank you so much for taking the time to share your experience with me! It is super helpful and answered some great questions I had. I will definitely look into some possible clinical or research experience for next year. It sure seems like you were in a similar situation so if I think of some questions I may ask you if you don't mind. Thanks again and best of luck, I would love an update if you receive an interview invite!
  4. Hey everyone, I'm currently an Alberta resident going to school at Arizona State University and set to graduate in Spring 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance. I've recently decided to look into the possibility of applying to med school in Alberta since becoming a doctor is something I've always wanted to do but didn't think possible. I haven't really taken any of the pre-reqs (being a business major and all) and have a 3.81 cGPA. I am at ASU as a D1 athlete which is why i never pursued a science undergraduate, and have one year of eligibility left after this to potentially knock off some pre-reqs or get some clinical or research experience. I've heard some schools like U of C and U of A don't require pre-reqs. I haven't written the MCAT but feel I could achieve an average or slightly above average grade if I studied hard for it. On top of that, I feel overall I have a pretty good resume considering extracurriculars serving in leadership positions on sports teams but no clinical or research experience. I would just like to get some thoughts on whether I even have a chance at getting into med school in Alberta and what I need to do to improve my chances. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
  5. Hey everyone, I'm currently an Alberta resident going to school at Arizona State University and set to graduate in Spring 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting and Finance. I've recently decided to look into the possibility of applying to med school in Alberta since becoming a doctor is something I've always wanted to do but didn't think possible. I haven't really taken any of the pre-reqs (being a business major and all) and have a 3.81 cGPA. I am at ASU as a D1 athlete which is why i never pursued a science undergraduate, and have one year of eligibility left after this to potentially knock off some pre-reqs or get some clinical or research experience. I've heard some schools like U of C and U of A don't require pre-reqs. I haven't written the MCAT but feel I could achieve an average or slightly above average grade if I studied hard for it. On top of that, I feel overall I have a pretty good resume considering extracurriculars serving in leadership positions on sports teams but no clinical or research experience. I would just like to get some thoughts on whether I even have a chance at getting into med school in Alberta and what I need to do to improve my chances. Any advice is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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