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  1. So admissions announcements for each pool come out at different times. The in province applicants (NL) were announced March 12th, the NB/PEI pool was announced today, and the OOP pool will likely be announced next month some time!
  2. Not that it's of much help, but I certainly feel for you. The wait was long enough for us IP people, I can only imagine waiting an extra month or two. Hopefully you'll hear back soon, and worst case scenario you could call them and ask if you're feeling brave!
  3. I'm so pleased you finally got in - we started applying at the same time on these boards and over the years I'd see your posts! Congratulations!!!
  4. No confirmation e-mail here either. I'm such a weirdo that I'm still checking the e-mail every so often waiting for the damn confirmation e-mail so that it's really real. I've also read the acceptance letter too many times.
  5. 3rd time applicant, just got my acceptance. Can't wait to meet you all!
  6. I'm so sorry to hear about the rejections - I've been there a number of times and it stings like hell. I remember reading a post on here sometime ago about how each year you just become a stronger and stronger applicant and I really do believe that to be the case. If you are intending on applying again, just remember that you're already building on top of a pretty damn strong foundation.
  7. While that certainly sounds atypical, I'd find it comforting personally. If they weren't considering you, this wouldn't happen!
  8. It was around this time last year I got a rejection so I'm officially praying for no news now lol
  9. Based on absolutely nothing other than hopes and dreams, I think it's going down tomorrow.
  10. Ah! Very true. I neglected that aspect when I was replying today. Thank you!
  11. According to the AFMC's 2021 guide, 113 OOP students are interviewed for 6 spots putting your odds a bit closer to 5.3%. As 09mmd15 mentioned though, there are more offers made and as such the actual odds are a bit higher. For last year, the published success rate was 9.1% for an OOP student. You can find all this information in AFMC's publication: http://afmc.ca/sites/default/files/pdf/2021_admission-requirements_EN.pdf
  12. This is the first year that Mun med has used the CASPer, so truthfully, I doubt anyone knows! Best bet is to give them a shout and see if they're willing to discuss your application with you. I can't give any concrete evidence as to how specific they'll be with you.
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