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  1. What you guys are saying makes a lot of sense. I understand that the "guarantee" part of what I want isn't something I should expect and that aiming high is the best way to go about it.
  2. Thank you Shubey for your kind response. I certainly don't want to be that person that makes people "click off" so ill put this post into context for you and other members of this forum. I've recently (3 days ago) failed to get admitted to medical school twice now. I've graduated in 2015 and have been trying to get into medical school ever since then. The wall of text you see before you has not help progress my career into medicine much and it makes me feel broken and desperate. Hopefully you can understand why moving back home to Vancouver based off of a single result on their applicatio
  3. Hey guys I'm a non traditional Canadian citizen who currently lives in the US. I applied to UBC last year and got a decent NAQ score, but didnt get an interview because I was OOP. I'm considering moving back to Vancouver and reapplying next year but don't know what I should do to maintain/improve my NAQ score. If you guys could give me some ideas, I would greatly appreciate it. Also do you guys know if there's a resource that students can go to for professional counseling on these matters? Here's my info:I'm a nontraditional applicant who applied in 2016-2017 and didn't get int
  4. Any advice on how to raise or maintain my NAQ score? Who can you talk to for professional advice on this matter?
  5. Hey guys Im a Canadian Citizen who graduated from a US university. Since graduation, I've been living in the states and applying for medical schools in the US. This cycle I interviewed at 4 schools; 2 rejected me and the other 2 put me in wait-list hell. Its almost august which means Ill most likely be getting those rejection letters soon.I'm also at a lost to what I should do next. This is my second time applying for medical schools and it seems like I have yet again failed to get into any of them. I'm wondering if moving back to Vancouver, BC would be a smart move in terms of gett
  6. Hey guys I'm a Canadian citizen who moved to the US to get my BA degree. I applied to US medical schools in 2016-2017 cycle, but didnt get into anything. now that i have bolstered my application and have a better MCAT score, i am wondering if i should apply to canadian schools. I graduated back in 2015. Here's my information cGPA: 3.69; sGPA: 3.85 (CC classes i took in high school weighed me down + Junior semester didnt go so smoothly for me after transferring to UC Berkeley, but I brought GPA back up senior year) high school classes - 3.347 fr - 3.91 so - 3.86 jr - 3
  7. Hey guys I'm a Canadian citizen who moved to the US to get my BA degree. I applied to US medical schools in 2016-2017 cycle, but didnt get into anything. now that i have bolstered my application and have a better MCAT score, i am wondering if i should apply to canadian schools. I graduated back in 2015. Here's my information cGPA: 3.69; sGPA: 3.85 (CC classes i took in high school weighed me down + Junior semester didnt go so smoothly for me after transferring to UC Berkeley, but I brought GPA back up senior year) high school classes - 3.347 fr - 3.91 so - 3.86 jr - 3
  8. Hey guys I'm a Canadian citizen who immigrated to the US for high school and have been here since 2007. Since then, I have gotten my B.A. in Molecular Immunology from Berkeley and applied to medical school in the states in their 2017 cycle. Unfortunately I got rejected from all the schools i applied to - I think mainly because my school list sucked, and my MCAT wasnt the greatest ( I got a 30 - 9v,10p,11b). I am currently studying to retake the MCAT and doing extra stuff to beef up my application. I was thinking of applying to Canadian schools, but I'm not sure how I would be viewed
  9. Who should I get in touch with to knows everything about this?
  10. How long does it take to get IP status in BC? Would i have to be employed or something? Im not sure how to use the OMSAS conversion table...I lived in Vancouver, BC so i would use 7 to convert right? If i use all my A's as 3.9, I have a 3.709 some of the classes i took (especially the ones in community college) it was impossible to get an A+ If i use all my A's as 4.0, I have a 3.7787
  11. Hey guys I'm a Canadian citizen who immigrated to the US for high school and have been here since 2007. Since then, I have gotten my B.A. in Molecular Immunology from Berkeley and applied to medical school in the states in their 2017 cycle. Unfortunately I got rejected from all the schools i applied to - I think mainly because my school list sucked, and my MCAT wasnt the greatest ( I got a 30 - 9v,10p,11b). I am currently studying to retake the MCAT and doing extra stuff to beef up my application. I was thinking of applying to Canadian schools, but I'm not sure how I would be viewed
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