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  1. northernjb

    UWO Invites/Regrets 2019

    I had an 18 PAT and got an interview, so I assume the cutoff is 18 if there is one for PAT
  2. Hey all, This question might be a bit tedious and overthought... but does anyone have an opinion on certain dates or time slots for your interview at UWO being more preferable? I picked the first time slot on Sunday and now am overthinking if it would’ve been advantageous in any way to interview on Sat. Any insight from those who have interviewed there before?
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    UWO Invites/Regrets 2019

    Invite!!! OOP UWO Average: 88.7 best 2 years DAT AA/RC/PAT (Nov 18): 22/23/18 ABS/PS: Felt ok but not great. I graduated from my undergrad a few years ago and have been working since. Lots of varied volunteering, leadership, teamwork. Little bit of research. No shadowing.
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    UBC Invite/Regrets 2019

    Reject IP AA 22 PAT 19 GPA 3.7/4.3 Knew it was a long shot with my GPA!
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    UBC Invite/Regrets 2019

    Anxious for tomorrow Good luck all
  6. northernjb

    Interview Chance at UWO

    Similar boat as well... Best two years is a 4.01/4.33 scale DAT: RC 23/ AA 22/ PAT 18 ABS: loads of work experience, average volunteering with university clubs, sports teams, hospitals, peer counseling and child mentoring. I have a bit of research (a year of undergrad honors project and a year of paid research) but no publications. I also have zero shadowing experience which I think will hurt me the most. I’m also OOP which doesn’t hurt me apparently but years past there’s usually only 1-3 students form my province admitted to UWO.
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    November 2018 DAT Thoughts

    They’re all coming out now guys, I just got my transcript by logging in a couple times. I was really disappointed with my results until I looked at the scale. I got lower scores in half the subjects than my previous attempt, but my percentiles were all much higher than February 2018. Yay standardized tests..... Biology is especially bad, the best score in the country was a 20. I wonder if schools take the scale into consideration.
  8. Hey all! Just wondering if other UBC applicants were still waiting for casper to show up on their checklist? Is this normal based on last year? I wrote it back in September and am starting to get a little nervous. Thanks!
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