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  1. I'm definitely down for interview practice.. in the past there has been a facebook group created and someone usually takes the lead and becomes the organizer for in-person prep session. I went in 2018-2019 and found them SUPER helpful. Not sure how to approach it since we would have to do it virtually but I think setting up a facebook group would a be a good start!
  2. I can currently see 18 slots, and 40 maximum for each slot I think.. that takes it to 720 interview spots... most slots have over 50% of the spots remaining... I think there is still a chance for people who havent heard back yet!
  3. Time Stamp (i.e. include date and time): 10:17 am Dec 18 Result (i.e. invite or regrets): invite GPA/AGPA (i.e. whichever is applicable): Around 80-81, I finally qualified for adjusted gpa this year.. agpa in previous years was around 79 MCAT (i.e. total score and breakdown in the order of CP/CARS/BB/PS): 511, Cars 124 Geography (i.e. IP or OOP): IP ECs (i.e. brief rundown of Research Pubs/Presentations, Awards, Employment, and Non-Academic Activities - also Rural stuff if you want/if it applies): Teacher, lots of hobbies and day to day life stuff (taking care of sick grandparents)
  4. The way you write your descriptions make a huge difference. I had a 39 TFR last year and 75th-100th percentile this year but I know my activities are similar to anyone else applying.
  5. Same. I was at work when I got the regrets email earlier today. Just came home and balled to my parents lol. It’s insane how much it changes year to year :/
  6. I cant get in anymore.. I saw it as soon as the email came out and now getting the same error as everyone else!
  7. I got regrets as well and turns out there is no naq or aq score given. Just your gpa and what quartile you are for naq (mine was 75th-100th). Then for how you compare to the pool, it shows a line with three bars (one for where you stand, one for IP cut off and one for OOP cut off).
  8. teachdoc


    I am a little late on this, but with your gpa and possibly well written descriptions of your activities, you have a decent shot at UBC as an OOP. Consider applying next cycle!
  9. Hey! No I had the full 120 credits, just had a couple of pass/fail course in my "best 3 years" so didnt have the full 90 credits with grades attached to it. I got a 39 for NAQ- I think it's mainly because of my job (I'm a teacher) and the extra curricular I do around my job along with the ones I did during my undergrad. Other than the teaching, I would say my application is pretty typical of a pre-med student applying. NAQ is so subjective though, that I may not even get an interview in the next cycle lol.
  10. Hey, what's this podcast?
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