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  1. In the acceptance letter it says that the final transcripts must be submitted by June 15th.
  2. From what I’ve read last week, I think Western accepts 90% from Ontario and 10% out of province out of 71 seats. The 4 remaining are reserved to indigenous (2) and international students (2).
  3. For Queens it states “The first cut-off is based on the cumulative converted grade point average for all years of undergraduate university study. The actual cut-off mark is based on the applicant pool, but typically students entering the Occupational Therapy program have a cumulative GPA of 3.3 on a 4 point scale or higher” In other words, I would say that you would have a chance. Keep you head up and hope for the best!
  4. Hey guys! I was also placed on the PT waitlist last week. sgpa: 4.21/4.3 cgpa: 4.01/4.3 Casper: Overall thought it went alright. I prepared and practiced as much as I could a few days before I took the test. Province: NB Really hoping theirs some mouvement on the waitlist!
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