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  1. Not myself, but I know someone personally who did receive an offer with 1 year conditional acceptance, its definitely possible. Their stats were also on the lower end, so you can definitely make up for them in your interview. Try not to stress too much about how you compare to others stats wise, they're out of your control now. Just focus on the interview and put your best self forward. Everyone who interviews has a chance at getting accepted, so stay positive and try not to stress too much. Best of luck!
  2. There's no way of knowing if the cutoff will drop to 126 this year, but it is possible. I'd apply if I were you seeing as you meet all the other cutoffs. You don't want to be beating yourself up in January if you don't apply and find out the cutoff dropped.
  3. I know someone who did. I'm not sure how many get into the London campus off the high waitlist, but it does seem based off of last years waitlist thread that a majority end up going to Windsor.
  4. Result: ACCEPTED! (London) - will be accepting Timestamp: 12:00 on student center 2-year GPA: 3.82 MCAT: 127/129/128 Interview: Online - Felt okay initially but kept second guessing all my answers in the weeks leading up to May 12th Year: Graduated this year, 5th year Geography: Non-SWOMEN Feeling so shocked and overwhelmed with happiness. As someone who went from a 3.3 and 2.8 GPA in my first and second year, to getting accepted with only one interview, it is possible to turn things around! Looking forward to meeting everyone!
  5. What do people mean when they say they "connected well" with their panel? Does that mean they responded positively to your answers?
  6. You'll be fine. One bad semester wont harm your chances much, and you've already improved significantly since then (great job by the way). Lots of schools have wGPA schemes that will help you. Even if you ignore those, if you can to maintain a 3.95 GPA for the rest of your undergrad, you'll end up with a 3.9, and be in a great position GPA wise. Keep doing what you're doing as its obviously working and you'll be fine!
  7. I remember last year there was apparently a written portion to the interview. I didn't see anything about it in this years email so I was wondering if it was removed from the interview process, and its just the panel interview now?
  8. Will you only be doing MMI prep or panel-style prep as well? I'm interested but I only have 1 interview and its going to be 45 min panel-style. Not sure if MMI prep will be helpful for me or not, this is my first interview. If you or anyone else has any insight please let me know.
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