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  1. hello everyone! I thought someone here might have the answer to this. So I applied for BCStudentAid before July.31 (so that I could apply for the UBC Bursary between Aug.15 and Sept.15). And now I've received an email about my tuition fees being due Sept.9, though I know there is a 'deferred deadline' for those who applied to BCStudentAid before July.31. Does anyone know how to apply for this deferral, or who to email to ask for it?
  2. i just got the 8 digits UBC ID too. you know your life is mundane (for the moment) when you're excited about getting an ID #
  3. i believe it's supposed to show up on the 'application status' tab, but i haven't received a number yet (i didnt go to UBC for undergrad). i do however have a student # when i log into SSC (idk if it means anything though). i'm still going to hold out until i see the student # on the OAS before starting the relevant orientation checklist things
  4. i got the same uvic email (I'm in IMP too, like CrisprRaps). it was sent by the IMP First Year coordinator person. maybe the other sites are on a slightly different timeline?
  5. i sent mine electronically (my school cant sent physical copies bc of covid), and my OAS said 'received' within 2 days. If your school mailed a hardcopy transcript by Canada Post, that may be the reason. (I am judging Canada Post's delaying by the fact that have some mail that i've been waiting for over 3 weeks from them)
  6. I have the same thing! My letter says vancouver but I'm IMP. I think its just saying vancouver so as to differentiate it from UBCO
  7. just checked my SSC (using the CWL i got from when i applied to UBC for undergrad way back when, but didnt attend), and i was able to access the enrollment letter and blocked registration page
  8. do you have any updates on your OAS portal (re: it stating a CWL or student number)?
  9. i haven't been able to access it yet. I didn't do my undergrad at UBC, and hence don't have a CWL, so i have just been checking the OAS portal and my email, but i havent received or found anything yet
  10. I'm not sure about backpack day (perhaps a socially distant version?). as for our educational licenses, all that been expected of us as of right now is that we have submitted an email (via the OAS) for CPSBC to contact us in june/july about license applications. I hope this helps! I remember putting my email in for the CPSBC, i believe it was in the offer acceptance online form thing, but i'm not 100% sure
  11. do you have CWL already because you did undergrad at UBC? I just found my old CWL from when I applied to UBC for undergrad in 2016, but this CWL didn't work (unsurprising lol)
  12. From my understanding, our confirmation is just the 'offer accepted' notice on the bottom of the application status page. Student number should come out early June (via OAS and email notification). Lastly, registration isn't until July (as outlined in the Welcome Letter).
  13. i remember this suit from interview weekend and praising you (in my head, i wish i had the opportunity to say it right to you)!!
  14. Result: Accepted IMP (first choice, since Victoria is my hometown) Geography: IP and I filled out the rural application. I've moved many times prior to undergrad (in Quebec), but I'd always lived in/around the Saanich Peninsula Degree: Bachelor of Arts & Science in (ad hoc major) Global Health & Public Health. I was due to finish my fourth year and graduate May 2021. Early or Regular Deadline: Regular. (i was applying as the 3rd year undergrad 90-credits of post-sec) Timestamp: 1:27pm (Montreal, so EDT) GPA: ~89 or 90% (estimated this myself, using the 'school that
  15. my aunt (a cardiologist) gifted me a Littmann Master Cardiology, will this do? It just has the diaphragm (no bell), but apparently pressing with different pressures can still allow you to hear the low and high frequencies. so in theory this should be okay?
  16. They just posted the 'waitlist questions 2020' on the admissions blog. They are awake early!
  17. I'm in a different timezone than BC right now, but I hope that everyone is able to take some time to treat themselves tonight and get a good sleep! We have all worked incredibly hard to get to this point and it is certainly stressful to sit and wait for our fate. But, just remember everyone that is not it is a matter of 'if' but rather 'when' we get into medical school best of luck everyone <3
  18. is this CARS-only method still applicable in Canada 2020?
  19. we can at least take solace in knowing that if it doesnt happen before 5 or 6pm tonight, we 'get a weekend off' from holding our anxious vigil
  20. i sure am! every time i get an email notification i get nervous haha. I am just trying to distract myself by living in the moment (i.e. finishing my french course as if i'll still be living in quebec hehe) and eating this vegan cookie dough i made
  21. is anyone else optimistic that we may hear back today, or at least receive a notice of the date of D-Day?
  22. I'm also at mcgill, and I would love to meet up to do mmi practice in january! or over skype/video from now til january.4
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