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  1. This is the email that Schulich sent me 2 years ago: As noted in the information presented at the school website, we do acknowledge the work required to gain graduate degrees in our admissions process, by assessing bonus points to the files of these applicants who have completed these degrees. (Applicants who are enrolled in graduate degrees at the time of application must complete those degrees by the end of the application cycle.) We do not, however, advise as to the type of graduate degree one takes. The individual should decide if taking this level of education is in his/her best inte
  2. got the same email. was wondering if everyone on the waitlist got the same email?
  3. I dont think there will be any more movement at schulich
  4. Do you think this year they allocated less people on high waitlist based on last year that high waitlist did not clear?
  5. Yes, my friend recieved an email with high waitlist wordings.
  6. I dont know What I should do. I got normal waitlisted for western. So even if I hear from Western it would be in july or august, but my plan B was to go to University of Michigan which is starting in June.
  7. I got the same response. And then it was written “Please understand that this does not guarantee that you will receive an offer. We are simply communicating this information to you in an attempt to allow you to be as informed as possible in making your decision about dental school.”
  8. Well said. Thanks a lot for making it much easier for us.
  9. I wish I could sleep and wake up in one month from now.
  10. Here is the answer of admission office to my email asking the same question: As noted in the information presented at the school website, we do acknowledge the work required to gain graduate degrees in our admissions process, by assessing bonus points to the files of these applicants who have completed these degrees. (Applicants who are enrolled in graduate degrees at the time of application must complete those degrees by the end of the application cycle.) We do not, however, advise as to the type of graduate degree one takes. The individual should decide if taking this level of education
  11. I have a 88.5% GPA AA: 22, PAT:17 and I completed my master. I was really worried for my PAT score but I guess there was not a cut off for PAT!
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