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  1. If you look back at forums from previous years, historically the first wave of waitlist offers always comes out 2 weeks after the initial offers (so you guys should find out today), and then after that the waves come out in one week increments. So if this year works the same, if you don’t get off the waitlist today (assuming the emails come out today), the next wave will not be sent out until June 2nd. So you might want to push back accepting your offer until the end of the day June 2nd, to see if you get an email during the second wave of waitlist offers!
  2. Yeah once I sent a follow-up email they answered a few hours later! They apologized for taking awhile to get back
  3. Thank you so much for responding! I sent out another email
  4. Hey guys, I’m just wondering if any of you have sent an email to Queen’s since the offers came out and if they’ve answered you yet? I know they must be swamped atm with emails and the covid shutdown probably makes things worse but I’m waiting to hear back from them. I don’t want to send another email to them yet because I don’t want to be annoying haha. Also I saw on the forum that if you try calling it goes straight to voicemail and they say that they’re only taking emails. So if you guys have gotten an email response can you please let me know?
  5. Do any of you have an offer on OMSAS? I just caved and finally logged in to see and I don’t see anything yet :S
  6. I just checked the thread too and In 2017 they didn’t come out until 9:45 (but pretty much every other year they were out by now!). Praying we hear back soon, I can’t take this waiting any longer!
  7. So I went and checked. Only two people said “yes” to the button with only a queens interview. One was an md/PhD student who got accepted earlier which we already established is a criterion for having the button. The second user is aeoaeoaeo, and I went back to their post and they had said “no” to the button. Phew!
  8. Is this true? I’ve read every single post of this forum and I don’t remember seeing anyone with JUST a Queen’s interview having the button. And I’ve been on the lookout specifically for that, because Queen’s was my only interview and I don’t have a button. Can anyone confirm that this is accurate?
  9. Another stat: I had a Queen’s interview only (including the panel), i didn’t have a button today, and I still don’t have one now
  10. Would anyone on the waitlist mind sharing what the email update says today? I believe someone said before that the initial email from Queen’s said that those who are waitlisted will be sent an update on their status today. It might give some more insight on how the process works!
  11. Would anyone on the waitlist mind sharing what the email update says today? I believe someone said before that the initial email from Queen’s said that those who are waitlisted will be sent an update on their status today. It might give some more insight on how the process works!
  12. This is what I’m reaaaally hoping for, but I’m not sure this will be the case let’s say there were ~250 applicants for each weekend. They want to reduce the number of Online interviews, but maybe they’re still going to interview like HALF of us (100-125 people)? As in, only interviewing people that rank high so that they can reduce the online interviews, but not necessarily only interviewing the people who made the cut for the 100 spots. They have to interview “extra” people in case people decline their offer for whatever reason. Idk, what do you guys think? Again, if they didn’t rank the people from the first weekend yet, then perhaps they still have to go back and look at those other 250 people So perhaps our odds are now 100 out of like 350-375 people, whereas before it was 100 out of 500. Really depends on how many people Queen’s decided to cut!
  13. I also wonder if they will take 50% from the first weekend, and then 50% from the second. Seems like the most fair thing to do IMO. In that case, online applicants would only be competing against the other online applicants (and same thing for in-person applicants) which kind of evens the playing field
  14. Do the in-person applicants have to wait until May? Or did they get an “early rejection” email today as well? I’m curious to see if ALL applicants were ranked based on their MMI score/personal file (with the in-person applicants just having their panel interview score ignored), and then Queen’s invited those of us who were ranked highly but haven’t done the panel interview yet to do so, OR if we online applicants were the only ones ranked (and therefore may only be ranked highly relative to online applicants ONLY, and not ranked highly among ALL applicants). I’m just wondering HOW good of an indication it is that we got selected for the panel. Either way, I’m grateful for this opportunity obviously, but I just have a lot of questions racing through my mind still!
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