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Raincouver

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  1. Hey OP, First off thank you for offering your time to help with this vaccination effort. I’m sorry that you haven’t had a great experience so far and hopefully things will improve as access to the vaccine improves. You’re not wrong at all to want to be vaccinated (nor is anyone who wants one who hasn’t gotten one yet). It’s tough being in that position especially when you’re so close to the vaccine and the people giving/receiving it. In terms of vaccines, once the vial is opened it must be used within six hours or else it goes to waste. If they promised you leftovers, there’s a
  2. Result: waitlist (normal) Geography: non-swomen + OOP Degree: BScHK 2019 Timestamp: 9:06AM 2YGPA: 3.97 AABS: filled out 8/8 and the about me. Varsity athlete, camp counselor, mentor, tutor, special olympics, outdoors experiences. Extensive research(350+hours), national presentation, 2 pubs in preparation. MCAT: 515 (129/128/128/130) Interview: In person. I think I was having a bit of an off day and it took me a while to relax during the interview. Didn’t think my answers were the best but I knew they weren’t awful. I think I could’ve expanded on some
  3. Result: Accepted! Geography: OOP (Cohort1) GPA: 3.97 MCAT: 515 (129 CARS) Degree: BScHK 2019 EC's - Varsity athlete, camp counselor, mentor, tutor, special olympics, outdoors experiences. Extensive research(350+hours), national presentation x2 Interview: Panels felt great. Some MMI stations felt great, others not so much. Thoughts: Second time applicant. Was rejected from FIVE schools post-interview last year, below average interviews at every one (literally was 11th percentile for Calgary!!). My mom died a month before the rejections
  4. Result: Accepted VFMP (first choice)!!!! Geography: IP Degree: BScHK 2019 Early or Regular Deadline: Regular Timestamp: 10:55 AM GPA: 92% EC's - Varsity athlete, camp counselor, mentor, tutor, special olympics, outdoors experiences. Extensive research(350+hours), national presentation. MCAT: 515 (129/128/128/130) Interview: One station felt awful, one felt great, the rest felt decent but I wasn’t sure how I did. Second time applicant. Was rejected from FIVE schools post-interview last year, below average interviews at every one. My mom died a month
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