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  1. Are those GPA/MCAT scores the overall average, or the international average?
  2. Invite OOP GPA: 3.90 DAT: 24 or 23 AA (depending on how the calculate american DAT), 21 PAT Will not be attending. Best of luck all of you .
  3. I got a confirmation. Interviews are so early this year :s
  4. No they don't unfortunately. Although it is not really necessary as I feel that the third part companies replicate the DAT logic fine (there isn't that much). I
  5. Thanks for the support man Best of luck this cycle and in your next steps !!
  6. Hey man, Thanks a bunch for the insight. I also agree with what you said, that dentistry interviews shouldn't necessarily bring me down in other areas. After reflecting a bit, I agree with you that I've sort of been putting off the effort, perhaps due to not wanting dentistry or other laziness. Going to have to think hard about this. thanks again
  7. Hey all, I might get some ridicule from asking something like this on a forum (and rightfully so) but here goes: During undergrad I graduated from undergrad this past May, and during undergrad I aimed for dental school. In my 4th year I applied to dental schools, interviewed at some but interviewed poorly and did not get in. I was pretty choked at the time, but was determined to re apply. The present Since getting rejected I started a full time job that I love, and that has given my a little bit of exposure to professions outside of dentistry. I am very intrigued by
  8. Destroyer is good because it exposes you to harder questions. However, given that you've written (and killed) the MCAT, you probably have lots of experience answering difficult questions correctly. I honestly think Feralis and Bootcamp is enough for you
  9. Hey, I just graduated from UBC undergrad, and a 95% first year average is no joke! I was in arguably one of the easiest programs (not a science program) and never achieved an average like that. You should be very proud of that I understand your burnout (you probably worked your ass off!) and frustration since UBC is somewhat of a keener school. However, you are such a strong canadian applicant, and it's also hard to know what you want to do so early on. If you go to australia, just make sure dentistry is something you REAAAAALLY want. My suggestion would be maybe take a step back, e
  10. I believe it's actually a written interview. So basically you read a question and then write your response.
  11. You are in a very strong position , keep it up, and build on it so you can translate it to other years . I wouldn't worry about Australia for now. If you are curiOus I believe you can go on a website called oztrekk and subscribe to an email list that keeps you up to date about admissions processes for Canadian applicants to Australia. Honestly unless you need to get the DAT out of the way I would just focus on GPA for now . Most schools Don't weight ECs that much so do things that will either let you just grow as an individual or things that you like that help you destress things I
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