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  1. Would you go back and type them after that or how did that work? Seems like if you print the slides it would get really expensive too. Did you have issues keeping it all organized?
  2. Scotia told me they will need proof of enrollment.
  3. Sort of related, has anyone found a place that will do it for you or are you just doing it at home? Costco/Walmart wouldn't give me the digital copy.
  4. Your offer of admission talks about it so that might suffice? I may be wrong but I think no matter what you are going to have to pay for it as it is not for a charity so they should just do it if you pay them. I'm in the same boat as you though so hopefully someone more knowledgeable chimes in.
  5. Not a disadvantage, but unfortunately it's no credit to you (unless you use it as an EC as well).
  6. I would work on continuing your volunteering and make it regular. Get to know your verifier/reference really well. I thought I didn't have great EC's so I worked my ass off preparing for the interviews. Just because you passed doesn't mean you can't do better. Practice a lot. When you do the math comparing the importance of the interview to a single EC, it's vital IMO. Quick question for GH0ST: are ECs prior to medical school included in your CaRMS applications or is it only during medical school?
  7. Read the admissions information online. It's all posted.
  8. Result: Accepted!!!! Geography: IP GPA: 3.96 undergrad, 3.8ish for grad studies MCAT: 521 Degree: Bachelor and Masters in Biochemistry E.C: Not amazing (not good enough for Western or Ottawa or UBC), lots of research, decent amount of volunteering, couple trips, arts, sports, etc. Casper did not got that well but I got in anyways. Would have prepared far better next time. Interview: Honestly felt pretty standard and I enjoyed it. I prepped quite intensely. Didn't feel like it had a ton of curveballs either. I had 4 interviews and it was the 3rd one but I also thought it was the 3rd easiest or the easiest. Enjoyed it. Their tour was incredible as well.
  9. Mine as well. Have you contacted them? I already sent them one clarification email today so I probably shouldn't send another lol.
  10. That's what I've heard many times so I was a little confused. Interested to see if nunu posts or if anyone agrees with him. Something I'm actually struggling with a little right now as I might end up with a couple offers haha.
  11. Not original poster, but am interested. How much do you think this actually matters for your career?
  12. Result: Accepted!!!! Geography: IP GPA: 3.96 undergrad, 3.8ish for grad studies MCAT: 521 (131 CARS) Degree: Bachelor and Masters in Biochemistry E.C: Not amazing (not good enough for Western or Ottawa or UBC), lots of research, decent amount of volunteering, couple trips, arts, sports, etc. Interview: Really enjoyed the Calgary vibe and thought it went really well. Prepped pretty intensely though.
  13. Was just thinking about this lol. Not that likely IMO but it's definitely going to be tough to focus this week.
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