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  1. Just got an email this morning from the programs admin about a downloadable letter, not sure how we're meant to access it (through our NSID/Outlook account, maybe?). Does anyone here happen to know? Thanks in advance
  2. I'm sorry to hear about that. Hopefully there will be some movement this year. The initial emails from the dean didn't include an acceptance timeline unfortunately. I have no idea if that info could be elsewhere on the PAWS site though. I'll try to update as soon as I can with the timeline info.
  3. UBC's timeline is running a little earlier than ours. Their application portal closed in Dec 2019 or something like that. I know the wait might be anxiety inducing for some, sadly. Trying to stay positive.
  4. Speculating from the older threads here: there might be four waves of invites to be sent out (one wave per week), starting from roughly the third week of June onwards. This might not be totally correct tho.
  5. Yup, still says "not received" on my end (for the official transcript), however I'm also an OOP applicant.
  6. Hey, hope you're all well. I realize that this is late, but I've been told recently by the admissions secretary (Randi) that there's been a backlog with entering the official transcripts onto the PAWS site (in case anyone might still be wondering about theirs).
  7. Sorry to hear ab the situation. Hasn't happened to me, but it sounds like you did the right thing by emailing them (and explaining your scenario). I wouldn't worry
  8. Thank you for sharing. If you don't mind, what format do you think is better for the written interview questions, point form or paragraph? I'd imagine point form would be easier for the committee to read, so I'd be more inclined towards that.
  9. Yes There are many practice questions available through the assessment platform (Kira). You can access the link through your UAlberta email (assigned to you through your CCID). If you're using chrome, make sure any VPN or adblock extensions are switched off. Let me know if anything's unclear. Good luck!
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