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  1. Hey! So I don't want to directly give you an answer because i really think the end call should be yours. But here': my 2 cents. If you got 5 interviews, odds are you're not gunna do much to your app in one summer to improve past that. On paper you're probably fantastic, so The focus here is your interview For this year, i'd focus on doing something that you like, and something that doesn't cause you that much stress so you can focus on your interview prep and other stuff like casper. But again thats just my opinion and maybe some other people can add to this.
  2. I'm not going to Schulich but I did undergrad at Western (and lived off campus for 3 yrs): I lived on the south side of campus and paid between 500-600 in rent including utilities and random things like internet and stuff. Most of my friends paid around that much as well. If you're living on the south side I'd suggest judging the location of your house relative to wharncliffe road. Thats your lifeline bus route to the university (you'd be taking that route multiple times everyday most likely). The on-campus residence hall is called London Hall. Its on the south side too. International
  3. Just like Exerc i've never taken psych either. But For the mcat, people have told me that a great way to approach it is to use different sources for the same topics. Since a lot of the learning involves very "chill" work (i.e. feels like recreational reading sometimes), it might be helpful to quickly glance over how your princeton book defines certain concepts after you finish watching Khan. And i agree with exerc about the scientific study design focus. I don't have any advice on that front: Since I had a science undergrad background I didn't need to focus attention on studying this a
  4. OOP Result: Accepted wGPA: 3.96 MCAT: 518 with 128 CARS ECs: guitar teacher, research, club executive positions, hospital tech job (PM for more details on this section) Interview: Honestly thought i messed this one up because I thought none of my assessors were engaged Year: 4th Geography: IP
  5. OOP Result: Waitlisted (but taken off cause i'm going to Queen's!!) wGPA: 3.96 MCAT: 518 with 128 CARS ECs: guitar teacher, research, club executive positions, hospital tech job (PM for more details on this section) Interview: Was my first med interview ever so I was pretty nervous! Everything was really exciting though Year: 4th Geography: IP
  6. Result: Accepted! wGPA: 3.96 MCAT: 518 with 128 CARS CASPER: Practiced a lot for this, thought i was average after I finished ECs: guitar teacher, research, club executive positions, hospital tech job (PM for more details on this section) Interview: thought i connected really well with my panel Year: 4th Geography: IP
  7. Result: Accepted wGPA: 3.96 MCAT: 518 with 128 CARS ECs: guitar teacher, research, club executive positions, hospital tech job (PM for more details on this section) Interview: Felt comfortable. Felt like most of the practice i did for MMI prepared me for Mac's style of questioning the best. Year: 4th Geography: IP
  8. Result: Accepted wGPA: 3.96 MCAT: 518 with 128 CARS ECs: guitar teacher, research, club executive positions, hospital tech job (PM for more details on this section) Interview: Felt casual and in the panel didn't really talk about anything deep. Felt decent about the MMI but didn't expect to get in!! Year: 4th Geography: IP
  9. Result: Accepted wGPA: 3.96 MCAT: Above cut offs ECs: guitar teacher, research, club executive positions, hospital tech job (PM for more details on this section) Essays: worked really hard on these; reviewed each of these at least 8 times Interview: Felt casual, felt like I connected to every one of them Year: 4th Geography: IP
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