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  1. Hello! Thought I’d get this set up as the time for interview decisions grows near. Wishing all applicants the best! Take a moment to revel in your success (invites), reflect on the no-nos (regrets), and adapt your hustle. Oh, and maybe just maybe take a break from here to chill a little while? I’ll be here when you’re back to check, I promise. Cheers, Philo P.S. And here’s the template: Time Stamp: Invite/reject: IP/OOP: SWOMEN (Y/N): 2YGPA: MCAT (CHEM/CARS/BIO/PSYCH): Essays (X/8):
  2. Hiya again, You're very welcome! Yes, and for OOP folk: remember that is 11:59 pm AST. Knock that MMI out of the park! Cheers, Philo
  3. Hi Waffles312, I sent an email to Carolyn about this issue, and you'll be relieved to hear that the deadline is indeed November 6th for both the photo and government ID. I've attached a screenshot of the email below. Best of luck to everyone interviewing! Cheers, Philo
  4. To answer your question, I believe it went really well for me. I was able to answer all of the questions, and re-read/edit some responses. I think it was the result of a combination of working on my typing speed (80ish wpm; nothing too spectacular), making note of my personal experiences that would be relevant to answering the personal CASPer questions, and using the PPRDJ approach to answer ethical prompts. Finally, the hardest thing I had to convince myself of was not getting tied up over misspelling a word or forgetting a comma; time is limited and little mistakes do not affect scoring (at
  5. Hiya, I cannot believe I finally get to post on this thread! OOP (Ontario) - Invite!!! (1:09pm EST) GPA: 3.9 MCAT: 510 CASPer: Thought it went really well! Maritimes Essay: I was honest about having no familial/residential connection to the Maritimes, instead I focused on my lived experiences and challenges similar to those faced by marginalized communities in the Maritimes; this was my 'intrinsic' connection. Furthermore, I explained what drew me to Dalhousie and why it was the right fit for me. Congratulations to everyone that received invites, and best of luck
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