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  1. Not sure. Here's the thread! I think 2019 was the year of significant OOP movement. Don't really know why.
  2. Not to get anyone's hopes up, but looks like it moved 1 spot further than the infamous, identical (no DAT/MMI) 2018 cycle. The first batch of offers zipped to #8 that year.
  3. Interesting. Based on the people i've met applying this year, all seemed to be aware. In fact, there was one that didn't even know that mcgill normally requires the dat and that it's an exception this year LOL Either way, fingers crossed. May not be as much as that year, but I don't think it'll be as little as the last 2 years.
  4. that year actually resembles this year the most with the no dat requirement !
  5. thanks for this! I was hoping someone would get the waitlist party started! figured the format below will make it easier for future applicants to find the info IP/OOP: IP WL #: 10 Plan on: accepting
  6. Not sure if you're going off previous year info. but this year it's also 100% MMI for dent. https://www.mcgill.ca/dentistry/4-year-dmd-program/selection-process
  7. Does this mean Minerva will remain 'further review required', so unchanged from interview invite? EDIT: just looked through last year's thread and saw it changes on minerva too.
  8. Wait how did you get a rank breakdown (ie. you know your rank specifically for academics) this past cycle? I thought they stopped doing that and just give overall rank now. EDIT: just saw the post date. nvm.
  9. Same thing is happening to me! Really don't want them to think I submitted on nov 2 when I did it nov 1 -.-
  10. Could be that those who would've applied through NTP before are now part of QC cohort? I assumed it included everyone given an admission offer, regardless of whether the applicant accepted/declined the offer, though correct me if I'm wrong. As for higher acceptance rate post-interview, I guess the lower chances of being invited to an interview levels things out. The year before, the top 31% of those who applied got invites vs. this cycle, it was top 25%.
  11. Just got mine. I was around low 400s/788 (IP) gpa: 3.86 I was debating whether I should pay for casper resources this time, but since i progressed to pre-screen stage, maybe thats not necessary? Thoughts? Looking at the mistakes I made on the CV was a major facepalm though, so I thought I'd be way lower tbh.
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