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  1. I haven't really checked any others, I'm mainly applying in Ontario and BC and Ontario accepts til end of Sept
  2. @johnnyboy13291 Yea, a lot of people are probably emailing asking the same questions we are haha. And a lot of other Canadian schools and US ones have made the necessary accomadations as a result of covid so I hope UBC follows suit.
  3. I emailed them to ask but no response yet. I think in April or May they said that they'll update us on any covid related changes by early/mid June but it's almost July so who knows.
  4. Congrats!! Amazing success story! I was actually wondering what changed in terms of how you studied for your MCAT after the 494 score? Would you mind if I pm you?
  5. I heard it was supposed to be early/mid-june but it's almost July so who knows. I wonder if they'll be extending the MCAT deadline like other schools in Canada and the US because of covid?
  6. Hey everyone, I don't know if this is a new thing but I saw on the U of T admissions page that graduate applicants include those who completed a course-based masters. My previous understanding was that you're considered for the grad pool only if you published as a first author during your course based masters. Is that still the case or is the completion of the masters sufficient now? TIA
  7. Thank-you for the replies everyone, seeing all your comments is giving me hope! My GPA is decent I think (~90%) if I calculated correctly and I think my ECs are pretty diverse as well. There's just something about the MCAT that just terrifies me haha. But I'm trying to get as much practice in as I can this summer and hoping for the best!
  8. Title pretty much says it all. I'm just wondering if there's any hope for those of us who aren't the best standardized test takers
  9. Butterfly_ I'm planning on taking the MCAT this fall (studying with Kaplan & Khan academy) with very minimal science background (intro bio and chem) and I was wondering how long you prepped for the exam and what materials you used as a fellow non-sci student?
  10. I'm a non-trad applying as well, with very little science exposure. Would love to know more about the approach you took and the tools you used. Pm'ing you if that's okay!
  11. I'm a non-trad applying as well, with very little science exposure. Would love to know more about the approach you took and the tools you used. Pm'ing you if that's okay!
  12. Hey FeelingJovani! I don't have advice for you but I am in the same boat as you! I did my undergrad in Psych and HealthSci and my Msc in Global Health. The only science courses I have are intro bio and chem from over 5 years ago now. I'm planning on taking the MCAT this September and have been self-studying. If you want a study partner or accountability buddy hit me up!
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