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TwilightFalcon last won the day on February 5 2018

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  1. TwilightFalcon

    Interview Invites date?

    Just got regrets. TFR is 60.84 as OOP what is the cut off for OOP?
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    Queens Waitlist 2018

    FYI for those still on the waitlist "Class is full" email was sent out today
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    Next round of invites

    Have any grad students heard back yet?
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    Queens MD Invites/Regrets 2018

    Result: Invite (off the waitlist) Time Stamp: Feb 6, 2018 9:46AM Interview Date: Sunday, February 25 wGPA/cGPA: 3.88 Year: Master's (2nd year) MCAT: 131/126/130/128 (515) ECs: Pretty diverse amongst all categories. PM me for details Geography: IP I was BEYOND excited when opening the email this morning and I am so happy to have this opportunity!
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    Grad students 2018?

    I would /hopefully/ suspect that the additional letter is of high value? It's hard to show the work you've put in to your graduate degree just by stating it on your CV, especially if you are doing your Masters. The majority of Master's students don't submit papers until they are at least almost finished. I can't speak on behalf of PhD students though. But that's where the supervisor can speak on your behalf and state that he/she WILL be submitting papers, presenting at conferences, etc. I'm in my 2nd year of my Master's and I was lucky enough to submit a first-authored paper last summer (accepted soon) and present an oral abstract at an international conference. But that was just the nature of my project. So I'm not sure if U of T thinks that is "productive". Just my two cents. Not sure if anyone else can comment?
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    Grad students 2018?

    Have any grad students been put in the grad stream with a first-authored publication that has been submitted (not accepted yet) at the time of application?