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  1. I was just wondering if the amount of offers given by a school matches the number of seats they have. For instance, Toronto has roughly ~250 seats, did they accept 250 people today or do they accept 300 people to account for potential fluctuation? And then is the waitlist starting at the 300 person mark for instance. Sorry, I am just confused and following the logic of the US system which sends more acceptance offers then seats. I'm also on 3 waitlists so I'm hoping the schools just accept the number of seats and the waitlist starts afterwards
  2. I know Queens has roughly ~90 seats, will they send offers to 180 students and the rest of us are on the waitlist so from 180-200? Or do I have this all wrong (I am just following a similar logic to the US system)
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