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  1. I don't know enough about you & your situation to give you adequate advice. But I will leave you with this ... do NOT make a permanent action on potential temporarily feelings. You get to defer for 2 years with no notes/no questions asked - talk to your trusted love ones, talk to your school, talk to a homeless man but for god sakes don't talk to anonymous internet users and take their advice, they do not have any stakes in your real life!!
  2. Is the 2020 class going to be doing online classes for the whole year?
  3. I don't know about that Moreland, me thinks you're giving me a little too much credit. B.c if that was true, I think I would see a trend of average scores here and there, not an inbox full of below averages and 14th percentile scores . I've been working on a farm/construction field and its not like I'm rude about how I deliver my message/interactions, its just that I'm not as PC as these institutions want students to be. Now mind you, I do realize that there's no way I would know the exact reason for my below average MMI marks. However, the small group preceptors let me know how "one sided" I
  4. Hello folks, I've had quite a few people message me about the remarks I made about my UBC acceptance from last year. I figured I'll post the gist of what I said to them here just for the sake of fairness. I would like to stress that what I'm writing is my opinion which is completely biased by my upbringing and experience. My advice will most likely not apply to all yall folks. I've applied and interviewed for quite a few years/schools. In fact, each year I was lucky enough to get 4+ interviews. All 15+ interviews always resulted in below avergage/bottom percentile. I decided t
  5. Hello Folks, I was wondering if any1 know what type of certifications you need to complete to be able to provide these minor procedures?
  6. I've had quite a few people message me about the remarks I made about my acceptance from last year. I figured I'll post the gist of what I said to them here just for the sake of fairness. I would like to stress that what I'm writing is my opinion which is completely biased by my upbringing and experience. My advice will most likely not apply to all yall folks. I've applied and interviewed for quite a few years/schools. In fact, each year I was lucky enough to get 4+ interviews. All 15+ interviews always resulted in below avergage/bottom percentile. I decided to get an MMI coach. I
  7. Wow sounds very impressive. You know what, I've been reading your posts since I was in high school....you were merely a student back then.
  8. I got a Littmann Cardiology IV in all black. Really like it. You gotta show up your family med preceptor so don't get a Fisher-Price cheap one. Every one's right, these are osbolete, but you still need it for your bomb azz instagram pic so : p
  9. If you look at the stats from UBC they say 38-40 are accepted off the WL for the past 3 years. Wish you all the best!
  10. Hello, I was wondering if a current UoC student could give us some insight into its 3 year program. Is the course load more intense? Or is it just the same as a 4 year program except summer breaks are 2 weeks instead of 2.5 months - and the extra year is saved merely by shortening the summer/winter breaks? Thanks!
  11. I use to just sit in 1st year French class and listen to the lectures. Just don;t hand in assignments and don't do the tests and you'll be gravy : )
  12. Status: Accepted to Sask (1st choice) Timestamp: May 15th Geography: OOP Year: UG MCAT: 520  GPA: >93% Very happy to be getting an acceptance from them, Dr. Blakley is a very very nice person to learn from! Will be declining their offer for another school.
  13. Accepted/Waitlisted/Regrets: Accepted - will be declining the offer. In Province (IP)/ Out of Province (OOP): OOP AGPA (x.xx/4.5): 93% MCAT (xx.xx/528): 520 Rural/Non-Rural: Rural  Advanced Academics (PhD, pubs, academic appointment): 0
  14. Result: Accepted : ) Geography: IP Early or Regular Deadline: Early AGPA: 93% MCAT: 520 EC: Research 3+ years with department head, volunteering at various homeless shelters/church youth group leader/big brother etc, employment for the past few years after graduating,, advocacy for single parent financial support (mainly for low-income housing) Interview: I took one of those MMI prep programs. EXTREMELY expensive, but paid off IMO. This is my 3rd time doing MMI. Did very very poorly for my first 2 times but the course paid off. Can't wait to meet y'all
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