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  1. Time Stamp (i.e. include date and time): Dec 18 2:14 PM (PST)Result (i.e. invite or regrets): Invite (Regular Deadline)GPA/AGPA (i.e. whichever is applicable): GPA 89-90MCAT (i.e. total score and breakdown in the order of CP/CARS/BB/PS): 510 (130/126/128/126)Geography (i.e. IP or OOP): IPECs (i.e. brief rundown of Research Pubs/Presentations, Awards, Employment, and Non-Academic Activities - also Rural stuff if you want/if it applies): My ECs are extremely research heavy. I have research-focused MSc from UBC and already started working for more than a year in a pharmaceutical company. One 1st
  2. huh my last name starts with Z. This is so nerve recking omg. Maybe still have hope.
  3. Hello, this is my first time applying so sorry if this is a dumb question. Does UBC let us know when to expect interview invites? I know it always happened in first or second week of Dec in previous cycles. How about this year? Is COVID going to delay the results? Thanks.
  4. I did not hear anything from verifier either. I submitted late, like 2-3 days prior to deadline.
  5. Hello all, I need some help understanding how UBC Med treats credits earned from different institute. I did my bachelor in UBC Biotech major. As some of you may know, it is a program consisting 3 years of UBC study and 2 years of BCIT study. BCIT generally gives 6 credits per course whereas UBC generally is 3 credits per course. If I calculate my GPA based on what appears on the transcript, BCIT portion of my undergrad will be weighted significantly higher than UBC portion. So my question is whether UBC will do some kind of credits conversion to normalize credit difference from diffe
  6. Hello all, I am going to apply for med school in 2020 for the 2021 entry and would like your honest opinion on the chance of me getting the interview. I know it is very difficult to judge and NAQ section is highly subjective. But I would still like to hear from you and if you could give some feedback on how I can improve that'd be great. Thank you for your time in advance. AGPA: ~89.5% MCAT: havent' taken yet, in preparation, lets assume it meets cutoff Degree: BSc and MSc (both from UBC) NAQ: this is where I am worried about as I don't have extensive volunteering experienc
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