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  1. Hey there! I was waitlisted my first time and am now a Med2! I know they want you to keep it brief but from my experience, when I applied for the second time I described the activities in 1-2 sentences and then added 3 or 4 bullet points as to why I loved it/ how it would help in med school/ how it would make me a better doctor! The admissions committee looks at many applications, add some personal touches that’ll make yours unique/ standout hope this helps!
  2. I was an NB applicant with a 504 MCAT and 3.8 GPA. I think my wait list score was around the mid/high 60s? Sorry I can’t be more help there but it went to an email I don’t use anymore and can’t remember the password!
  3. Hi mermaidblue, There is certainly hope for those on the waitlist! Once people who received offers to MUN and Dal make a decision on where they want to go, the waitlist should start to move. Also, once the other schools across Canada send out letters you should see another “wave” of movement I’m not sure how many people get off the waitlist each year but you could probably take a look at waitlist polls from previous years if you wanted to get a rough idea! I was waitlisted last year and got in once the Ontario schools sent out letters! Just keep busy and be kind to yourself~you are so close! Fingers crossed for you! :)
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