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  1. Same here! Shoot me a message if any of the recent invitees would like to do some prep together.
  2. Thank you for this. Hope your interview went well! I am a grad applicant whose GPA has dropped considerably with the new formula and surprised with the distinct lack of sub 3.95 GPA posters invited to interview this year. Did you feel the need to write an AEE?
  3. I could be wrong, but I think part-time/full time status is determined on a semester-by-semester basis. To be a full-time student, I think you need to take 3 or more courses a semester. If you take any less than this (i.e. 2 or 1 course) a semester, you will be considered part-time. If you take 3 one semester, and none another semester, you were a full time student in the former, and part time (maybe even considered not a student if 0 courses taken?) in the latter. This is from my understanding as someone who also had questions about full-time/part-time status.
  4. They could be interview changes that would still have the chance to be implemented after applications have been submitted.
  5. I have a question regarding my eligibility with these changes. Taken from the university website, they say that an applicant needs 5 courses per semester for the year to be included. My question is, does this mean that the unit equivalent of 5 courses (e.g. 15 units at my university) would also be acceptable? I took two research based courses in my 4th and 5th year that both were year long and were officially registered as one course each. This meant I was taking <4 courses per semester, yet I was still taking 30 units over the fall and winter semester. Would I be eligible to have thes
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