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  1. I wrote the LMCC back in Jan 2021. I took notes on obs, peds, ethics/public health, and psych from Toronto Notes, First Aid, and online med ed. I only read through this document to study for these sections. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1AYmy0vbNcuxXM3ZT1APTNIPKj81f8fgI/view?usp=sharing For IM and surg, I read Petsana's and did a few questions on Canada Q Bank (which was not the best tbh). Also did a few practice exams. They were the highest yield, but pretty expensive. I studied 3 hours a day for 3 weeks, which was overkill. Two weeks would have been sufficient.
  2. Hey guys! There is wait list movement for IP applicants today! Some of my friends got in.
  3. An update on my application - I just declined in favour of another school. I hope that moves the wait list a bit and good luck to everyone!!
  4. I just accepted my offer to the Vancouver campus! So psyched to be a part of the program and meet everyone! Since I'm an out of province applicant, I'm a little bit unfamiliar with the housing situation for medical students in Vancouver. Would you recommend an apartment or house? Yes/no roommates? Closer to the hospital or the UBC campus? Any recommendations or suggestions about housing would be greatly appreciated.
  5. Status: Accepted to Saskatoon!! Timestamp: May 15, 3:49PM Geography: IP Year: 4th year MCAT: 525 GPA: Around 95% Interview: Most of the stations were alright/good, and there were two stations that I was particularly iffy about. I'm happy to be done with undergraduate studies and to be accepted! Super honored by the opportunity
  6. Stats: accepted to VFMP Location: OOP MCAT: 525 GPA: around 95% (4.00) ECs: I did a lot of things that I enjoy! Such as learning a new language, yoga, volunteering regarding the social determinants of health, and student leadership. Most of my commitments were fairly long term (3+ years). Interview: I had a great time at the interview. I felt it was more of a conversation than a traditional MMI format. I went in and presented the most authentic version of myself that I could. Super psyched to be accepted at UBC!! However, I'm not sure if I'll be accepting yet because I'm still waiti
  7. Result: Waitlisted wGPA: 4.00 MCAT: 130 CARS Interview: I thought it went fairly well, except for two stations. The more time that elapsed, the worse I thought I did (but doesn't that happen to everyone, haha!) Year: 4th Geography: OOP ECs: A wide variety of experiences, multiple long term commitments. PM for more details I will hopefully remove myself from the waitlist once I hear about other schools. Good luck to everyone this round!
  8. Did the admissions committee specifically say when they were going to release results? In the past it's ranged from May 13 - May 15, so I'm thinking it'll be in the next few days but does anyone have a specific date? Thanks!
  9. Result: Invite Time Stamp: February 6, 2017, 08:04 am Alberta time Interview Date: March 18, 2017 wGPA: 4.00 Year: 4th year UG MCAT: 525 (132/130/132/131) ECs: Athletics, volunteering, music, student leadership, visual arts, etc. Most of my ECs were non-traditional premed experiences. Message me if you'd like more details. Geography: OOP I'm unsure if I'll accept my interview request, so good luck to all those that are interviewing!
  10. Result: Invite Time Stamp: Jan 24 - 2:30pm MST wGPA: 4.00 Year: 4th year Bsc. MCAT: 525 (132/130/132/131) ECs: Lots of work with children and underprivileged communities. I also included some of my hobbies in there as well. Message me for more details! Essays: Probably spent a total of 5 hours writing the top 10s Geography: OOP I'm super excited for this interview! Good luck to everyone
  11. TIME STAMP: Thursday, 10:42AM PT Interview Invite: Invitation GPA: Around 95% MCAT: 525 (132/130/132/131) ECs: Lots of long term commitments (3+ years): such as health clinic volunteering, student council executive, part-time jobs, student leadership, teaching science to Aboriginal youth, piano, yoga, artist, learning French, etc. I also included activities from high school. I was worried that my lack of research experience would be a detriment, but I guess not! Year: 4th year Bsc Geography: OOP NAQ/AQ/TFR: I don't know how to check See you all on February 12!
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