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  1. Just declined an OOP offer from the waitlist. Should be movement shortly, good luck!
  2. Just declined my offer (IP). Good luck all!
  3. Offer, Halifax (OOP, from waitlist - DECLINED) 3.9 GPA, high 520s MCAT 24/25 academic 27/35 essay/supplementals 34/40 interview 85/100 overall Strong maritime connection (grew up there, family still there) Offer came Wednesday May 19, response due back May 21 (I declined)
  4. Hi everyone - sorry for the slow response. I was on the OOP waitlist and I got an invite Wednesday (to Halifax campus), with a response deadline of today. I just sent my email to decline. Should be another offer coming out soon then! I was the person in the poll above who reported a score of 85. Best of luck to you all.
  5. Update June 1: accepted off waitlist, declined offer Result: Waitlisted 2nd Quartile GPA: high 80s MCAT Score: high 520s Location: OOP Degree: UG many years ago Interview: I thought this interview went super well, but OOP admissions are 100% based on the interview, so it must not have been quite as good as I thought. Congrats folks!
  6. Update: accepted from waitlist May 17, declined offer Waitlisted Out of Province (OOP)GPA(/4.5): mid 4.3sMCAT: high 520sRural/Non-Rural: rural and some other social indicatorsAdvanced Academics (PhD, pubs, academic appointment): none
  7. Hi there - I am a recently accepted applicant in my 30s and I chose not to tell anyone that I was even considering applying to medicine, except for my partner and my referees/verifiers. Similar to the other poster, I knew the odds were tough, and I didn't want people in my current career to think I was checked out. It was difficult at times to keep it secret (why was I volunteering so much? why was I always so busy? ...i.e. studying for MCAT, prepping application materials, interviews). But in retrospect I'm glad I kept it mostly to myself, as it meant there was less stress and expectation, an
  8. Result: Accepted (2:51pm MT) Geography: IP GPA: high 3.8s MCAT: 520+ (130+ CARS) Degree: UG many years ago EC: Non-traditional background, have worked in an unrelated field for the past decade. Lots of leadership through that, and reasonably involved in my community. Interview: Felt very good about it, during and afterward You're never too old to change course and pursue a dream!
  9. Result: Accepted Timestamp: 8:36am EST 4YRS GPA/2YRS GPA: low 3.7s cGPA (2 year GPA much lower) MCAT: 52x MMI and Panel Interview Thoughts: Felt quite good about the MMI during and after. The panel felt incredible - very warm interviewers. Panel Date: Saturday March 27 ECs: Non-traditional background, have worked in an unrelated field for the past decade. Lots of leadership through that, and reasonably involved in my community. Year: Graduated with a BSc a long time ago Geography: IP
  10. Result: Accepted (edit: Hamilton) Timestamp: midnight cGPA: low 3.7s CARS: 131 CASPer: Must have been good (OOP interview at Manitoba) MMI interview thoughts: I was one of those who had to interview twice. I felt better about the first one but the second was still solid. Year: Graduated a long time ago Geography: IP Guaranteed interview from last year: No Not sure whether I'll be accepting yet, waiting on other schools
  11. I also had at least 1 verifier contacted at 5pm today
  12. Result: Accepted Timestamp: No email yet as of 12:53pm MT, but letter is there in Launchpad Geography: IP GPA: 3.9x wGPA for UofA MCAT: 52x Degree: BSc long ago ECs: Non-traditional background, have worked in an unrelated field for the past decade. Lots of leadership through that, and reasonably involved in my community. Interview: Felt very good about it, during and afterward Thoughts: Excited! You are never too old to pursue a dream
  13. I have it too. I'm going to assume it means nothing, since PGME = residency programs.
  14. I'll just offer that in my experience it's possible. In 2020 I remained in my full time job, scored in the 520s on the MCAT in June, did CASPer, got 7 interviews, and am currently on the Dal OOP waitlist (high, I believe) while waiting for the other schools' decisions in May. Go for it!
  15. Not yet! Just their standard generic auto-reply that is sent to everyone who emails the admissions office
  16. No, NB = New Brunswick. There is a separate poll for OOP students.
  17. No I don't think they share that kind of information. But I just posted a poll for OOP waitlisters to share their score anonymously, so that we can all get a sense. I looked at posts from last year, and in that poll there were 6 people with scores above 81 on the waitlist, and it looks like they all ended up getting offers in May. Don't know more than that.
  18. Let's give everyone an idea where they stand. Thanks!
  19. Thanks! The thing about UofT is that the MCAT is just a cutoff, so the high score doesn't matter at all. My ECs are strong but evidently not strong enough to counterbalance what amounts to a mediocre GPA (for UofT) and a lack of research. Oh well!
  20. TIME STAMP: 10:54 AM MST March 10 Result: Regrets GPA: 3.88 wGPA MCAT: 131/131/131/132 ECs: I'm in my 30s and have had a different career for the past decade, including several years in a leadership role. Plenty of unique volunteering and community involvement too. No real research other than a summer of NSERC in 1st year (a really long time ago). My ECs are strong (invites from 7 schools this cycle including EC-heavy ones). Essays: They felt solid for sure, lots of work, lots of review. Year: graduated BSc over 10 years ago. This was definitely the school w
  21. It advances you automatically from station to station. You can see the assessor and yourself. Questions are visible the whole time. It's very easy to use. This is all stated on Kira's website: https://support.kiratalent.com/article/137-type-of-questions-in-kira
  22. I interviewed at both Mac and UofC this past weekend, and I have the UofS interview this coming weekend. I experienced the Mac issues (Kira), though my UofC interview was glitch-free (not Kira). I am hopeful that UofS will be a little smoother for a couple of reasons. First, there are 6 interview times, for likely 300 interviewees, so about 50 at a time. At Mac, I think there were closer to 200 interviewees at a time. Perhaps the lower volume will mean fewer issues. Second, I think (perhaps naively) that Kira will have a few lessons learned from this past weekend and implement some improvement
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