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Lol I have my two biggest finals the week interview decisions come out. I'm debating holding off an extra 4 days before I even bother checking UBC's decision.

lol I don't think I would have that kind of self control

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Expecting rejection based on last year's OOP stats (applied because I didn't want to give up my ideal pick without trying) but good luck to the rest of you! Betting on like a 93% interm OOP average haha

93% you really think so? What was the OOP average last year?

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Lol I have my two biggest finals the week interview decisions come out. I'm debating holding off an extra 4 days before I even bother checking UBC's decision.

 

Same!! But if I don't check I won't be able to focus on my finals. But if it's bad news I won't be able to focus anyways. Grrrr dilemmas.....

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Does anyone know if the previous AQ calculations took both adjusted GPA and pre-reqs into account? (if this is true, for this year, the AQ score will only reflect your overall GPA or adjusted GPA?) I had assumed previously that the AQ score didn't include pre-req marks but I have heard otherwise. 

 

Thanks! 

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Does anyone know if the previous AQ calculations took both adjusted GPA and pre-reqs into account? (if this is true, for this year, the AQ score will only reflect your overall GPA or adjusted GPA?) I had assumed previously that the AQ score didn't include pre-req marks but I have heard otherwise. 

 

Thanks! 

 

 

 

if you have done more than 3 years your AQ calculation will be based on your adjusted GPA which will include all pre-reqs except the ones you did in your worst academic year (there are only 2 pre-reqs.. 2 english courses so if they were both in your worst academic year they won't be included)

 

if you have done 3 years or less your AQ calculation will be based on your overall GPA which will include both pre-reqs

 

UBC med also has a help book where you can find answers to questions like this...

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if you have done more than 3 years your AQ calculation will be based on your adjusted GPA which will include all pre-reqs except the ones you did in your worst academic year (there are only 2 pre-reqs.. 2 english courses so if they were both in your worst academic year they won't be included)

 

if you have done 3 years or less your AQ calculation will be based on your overall GPA which will include both pre-reqs

 

UBC med also has a help book where you can find answers to questions like this...

 

Thanks for the reply. I meant to say they would separately calculate the average of your pre-reqs apart from your overall or adjusted GPA, then factor that into account along with whichever overall/adjusted GPA you have. 

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Thanks for the reply. I meant to say they would separately calculate the average of your pre-reqs apart from your overall or adjusted GPA, then factor that into account along with whichever overall/adjusted GPA you have. 

 

 

pre-req gpa doesn't factor into interview decision

 

its role in acceptance following interview is also not known

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