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  1. For Calgary, there will be a check box in the application giving you the choice to invoke the 10 year exclusion rule (ie. it is optional). Given that it sounds like using this rule for you would not give you a calculable GPA, you should not click that box. The 10 year exclusion rule is unique to Calgary, so UofA does not use it. You are right that Calgary and Alberta are likely your best shots as an Alberta resident, but some Ontario schools do not consider province of residence as long as you are a Canadian PR/citizen. I would take a look at each schools' website to see if applying
  2. As long as you enter your grades before Oct 1, you’re okay. It doesn’t take too long to enter them so don’t stress too much about it!
  3. You should be sending your transcripts in ASAP and releasing your MCAT score after the end of July, but there are no other hidden deadlines for UofC at least. The part time petition is for students who do not have full time years of undergrad but still wish to be considered for MD admissions
  4. Based off of the stats from last year, 456 Albertans were offered interview from 1240 completed Albertan applications, which is about 37% interview rate
  5. Dr. Panaccionne posted on the blog about this! The GPA calculation wasn't working for some people so they've taken that section down while the vendors work on a fix. No need to worry!
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