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  1. I have not gotten that email yet either, but I assume it will be sent tomorrow
  2. TIME STAMP: 9:42AM Result: Inv GPA: 3.96 MCAT: Above cutoff ECs: Varied and diverse Essays: Felt good, spent 1 month Year: MSc final year
  3. Time Stamp: 2:26 Invite/reject: Invite IP/OOP: !P SWOMEN (Y/N): N 2YGPA: 3.97 MCAT (CHEM/CARS/BIO/PSYCH): 128/130/130/131 Essays (X/8): 8
  4. Last year I got an email confirming receipt of the form
  5. The other dates are March 7 and 21, so I would imagine you can expect to hear back around 2 weeks (or more) before those dates.
  6. I didn't get an invite yet. However, last year, I got my invite in March, and this is only the first round of offers, so we will likely hear back later.
  7. I dropped from around 40th to 0-25, even though I had a few more activities and increased duration of activities, with almost identical descriptions. However, that seems like a big drop.
  8. I had a 92.somth and a 25th to 50th percentile ec last year and I was about 1/3 of the way past the ip cutoff toward the oop line last year, in case that helps for reference? Idk if the pool is more competitive this year
  9. Does anyone know if the class is full yet/has anyone been rejected off of the waitlist yet? Still haven't heard anything back
  10. Idk but my time was 10:29:5X and I didnt get offer
  11. I heard from a friend someone they know got off WL already but not confirmed
  12. Does anybody think they might evaluate references? It is more objective than ABS, everyone will have needed it, and it could assess many of the traits they might look for interviews. I know that it has just been used for checks and balances before but would it not be the best thing to look at if they go beyond just CARS/GPA/CASPer? Especially since looking at other sections of the MCAT when they have GPA seems redundant.
  13. That makes sense and I think that your weighting system is most fair for all applicants. I think that if any score is uniformly weighed too much more than the others , many people would be disadvantaged as there is no perfect substitute for an interview. At least this way doing poorly on one section won't disqualify you.
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