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  1. Hello! As I recall, the only marks that matter are the 300 and 400 level grades. I don't think the required courses are included in the gpa calculation. Yes, I think that volunteering in the OT program at one of the Vancouver Acute Hospitals would certainly count. I volunteered in a hospital in a similar program for my 70+ hours, and they accepted me into the MOT program. Hope that helps! Source: I'm a UBC MOT student class of 2018
  2. Hello! I am very excited to be moving to Vancouver from Ontario to start an MOT program at UBC! I am looking for a roommate to share my 2 bed / 2 bath apartment at 5828 Thunderbird Blvd. It's a 5 min walk from UBC hospital. I'd be looking to split the rent, so you'd pay $1300/month (utilities included) for a furnished room. Price could be negotiable. I have a greyhound, so anyone interested would have to be fine with a big, lazy, goofy dog that sleeps 18-20 hours per day. She doesn't bark, and I'd be happy to provide testimonials from my past roommates. My spouse is moving to Seattle for a n
  3. Still haven't got my letter! When did you receive your email?
  4. From USC's website:"The admission interviews for the September 2016 intake is scheduled for March 2nd, 3rd, and 4th, 2016. Applicants can expect to receive an email on the status of their application, and whether an interview will be offered, by late February." http://osot.ubc.ca/prospective-students So hopefully we will hear this week. Spam checking my email is killing me!
  5. I believe that it is separate lists for OOP vs. Nova Scotia applicants. Are you OOP or a Nova Scotia resident?
  6. I haven't heard anything either from McMaster about OT interviews, but by the looks of things on here, it's only been a day. Can someone please post what the GPA cutoff for Mac was for OT if it said in it in the email?
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