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  1. Yes, ECs are not looked at unless something comes up on the MMI. Everything you need to know is here: http://umanitoba.ca/student/admissions/media/medicine_bulletin.pdf
  2. If your AGPA is over 3.4, you have a chance. You would need to be an in province manitoba applicant though. AGPA is a relatively small portion of the equation they use, so if you were to kill the mcat and interview you would have a solid chance.
  3. If you take courses in the fall they will not count toward the AGPA calculation for this application cycle.
  4. Ya can confirm, many decline, and a lot of waitlist movement. Not sure if 15-20 people though.
  5. Ya for sure, but you should be aiming for above an average mcat, casper, or mmi to make up for your below average agpa. There is a minimum agpa however which i think is something like 3.40. Have a look at previous years statistics: http://umanitoba.ca/faculties/health_sciences/medicine/admissions/8831.html
  6. Ya i think you should definitely get an interview if you performed at or above the mean for casper. Because you will be below the average accepted mean for both your agpa and mcat i would really try to focus on the MMI and try to an above average score. If you get an above average MMI score i would think you have a really good chance at acceptance
  7. If i were you i would just be focusing on preparing for the MMI Im curious how you guys managed a 4.5 agpa, I go to uofw and it seems like getting an A+ in 75% of the courses is an extremely difficult feat.
  8. Nah average MMI invite AGPA tends to be around 4.14 and MCAT around 512 https://umanitoba.ca/faculties/health_sciences/medicine/admissions/8831.html
  9. Damn kope those are good stats! Are you IP? Your Casper and MMI must have been really low haha.
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