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  1. What percentile NAQ do you need with a 96% average?
  2. Hey, Random question but how good does my naq have to be with a 96% cGPA?
  3. Congrats to all the successful applicants! Would it be possible to post your stats in the pinned thread (after you’re done celebrating) so future applicants like me can use them as a reference point. Thanks!
  4. Unless you are familiar with grading schemes of the smaller schools, I would consider it a gamble. At UBC, I know exactly how my grade will calculated for every single course I take (90+ = A+). At SFU, I hear the letter grades vary from department to department or course to course so an A+ may be a 90 in one class and 97 in another.
  5. Oh, I didn’t look at it that way but I agree with you. If you are an excellent student, there are a lot of opportunities to get 95+ in core science courses and gpa boosters at UBC.
  6. This is why I 100% recommend going to UBC for undergrad instead of SFU or UVic for local students if you are aiming for UBC Med.
  7. Hi, I want to get some feedback on my chances for UBC Med for the next application cycle and if I should even bother applying? Here is some general information about me: - Currently a 2nd year UBC Student (IP) - Planning to write the MCAT in the summer of this year and apply for the next application cycle as a 3rd year applicant (this will ultimately depend on how I feel about my chances and to a lesser degree, the feedback I receive from others) - ~95% overall average currently and aiming to get it to ~96% by the end of 2nd year (Full course loads only) Extent of
  8. Hi Guys, Are 9 3-credit courses and 1 1-credit stand-alone lab course from September to April in year 2 considered a full course for weighting policies at different dental schools? In total, I will have 28 credits and the one credit lab is chem 235 at UBC if that matters. Also, I already took 31 credits + 6 summer school credits in year 1 and plan to take 30 credit years for year 3 and 4.  Thank you 
  9. Hi Guys, Are 9 3-credit courses and 1 1-credit stand-alone lab course from September to April in year 2 considered a full course for weighting policies at different medical schools? In total, I will have 28-credit and the one credit lab is chem 235 at UBC if that matters. Also, I already took 31 credits + 6 summer school credits in year 1 and plan to take 30 credit years for year 3 and 4. Thank you
  10. Hey guys, I'm a first year student looking to prepare for and write the DAT in the next year. There seems to be countless pricey resources available which makes it hard to narrow down what to use. Can anyone who has written the DAT (and did well) give me a brief overview of the best resources to be had for the Canadian DAT. Additionally, do you think it might be too early for me to write the DAT while only being in first year? Thank you.
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