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I'm wondering what you all think. 

 

I'm assuming that this is how the final admissions process works: we are all given a final score out of 100 based on all components, then the top 167 are given offers + the 'x' number of those that were just shy of the top 167 mark receive wait-list notifications. 

 

Given that once we get to the interview stage, we're all *relatively* similar in competitiveness, how narrow or broad of a range do you think the final scores are for those admitted? 

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I imagine the range will be quite narrow since I would imagine that most of us probably scored fairly well/evenly on the MMI's so that in combination with the previous scores would make everything pretty close. Is it 167? I thought it was 162? 

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You also have to consider the different pools. It isn't just the top 167. It is possible/likely for example that an OOP applicant will be declined even though they scored higher than an IP applicant. The rural pool also complicates things further as there is overlap with the IP pool and the rural pool.

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