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  1. I have been looking though the score feedback provided by UBC on my previous application last year and noticed that it only displayed my Overall Grade Point Average (see screenshot). As described in the Help guide: Pre-Interview: The first cut-off for invitation to interview is based on a score derived from applicants’ Overall Academic Average or Adjusted Academic Average (if applicable) and a Non-Academic Qualities Score. I believe I am eligible for the Adjusted Academic Average, however on the score feedback, only the Overall Grade Point Average is shown. Is this normal? If I was
  2. Hi All, After recieving Regrets after Interview for this past cycle. Following the kind encouragement here and advice, I retook my MCAT to boost up my low score of 501 (126-125-125-125). This most recent MCAT I managed to do quite a bit better and got a 509 (126-127-128-128). The overall percentile scores were 77th overall, 65th-82th-83th-79th. Currently, I have the option to potentially write again before the end of August to boost this score up even higher. I've been on the fence as to if this is feasible or needed. With my current stats (posted below) would it be recomended for m
  3. I got rejected at 7:04 am this morning. Not sure where the right place to post this is but: Result: Regrets After Interview Geography: In province Early or Regular Deadline: Regular Timestamp: 7:04 am PST AGPA: ~84.7 % NAQ score: 75th -100th Percentile EC's - I feel like this was the strength of my application. I have a variety of strong service, leadership, hospital experience, awards, research with over 10 publications, and employment positions, lots of unique experiences. Almost all of my experiences were long-term commitments. MCAT: 501 Interv
  4. Result: Regrets After Interview Geography: In province Early or Regular Deadline: Regular Timestamp: 7:04 am PST AGPA: ~84.7 % NAQ score: 75th -100th Percentile EC's - I feel like this was the strength of my application. I have a variety of strong service, leadership, hospital experience, awards, research with over 10 publications, and employment positions, lots of unique experiences. Almost all of my experiences were long-term commitments. MCAT: 501 Interview: Above Average Interview Year: BSc. with Honors 2018 Does anyone have any advice for me? It
  5. I was reading about the 2YGPA for various schools and what scores seem competitive. I am wondering if the 2YGPA is calculated separately using their grading scale at each school. For example I know Queens has a 4.33 scale, and BC has a 4.0. Thanks
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