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Site Preference and Rural Suitability

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For those of you who were waitlisted, or did not receive and interview post-interview, would you mind telling me what your site preference was and whether you claimed rural suitability or not? 

Also does anyone know how we can tell if we are being considered for a rural seat, or do we have no clue. 

Thanks so much in advance :) 

 

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2 hours ago, initrams said:

For those of you who were waitlisted, or did not receive and interview post-interview, would you mind telling me what your site preference was and whether you claimed rural suitability or not? 

Also does anyone know how we can tell if we are being considered for a rural seat, or do we have no clue. 

Thanks so much in advance :) 

 

As per UBC, site preference makes no difference on if you are admitted or not. It is not until after admission that they then look at your site preference. 

As for the rural question, there is no way to tell if you are being considered or not, and there is no way to know you got in as a rural applicant unless of course you got into Prince George.

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On 12/22/2019 at 1:35 PM, HugeEuge said:

As per UBC, site preference makes no difference on if you are admitted or not. It is not until after admission that they then look at your site preference. 

As for the rural question, there is no way to tell if you are being considered or not, and there is no way to know you got in as a rural applicant unless of course you got into Prince George.

Thanks for the info :) 

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