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  1. I think this person may have scored a below average interview. Excellent stats though!
  2. This is my OWN personal viewpoint, but I feel like if you are not an applicant being considered under the rural or Indigenous stream, having an MCAT score below 515 may be considered a big disadvantage. I'm not saying that those who were accepted under the rural or Indigenous streams have lower MCAT scores (because I'm sure some or most of them have 515+ MCAT scores), but I feel like regular applicants may need to obtain higher MCAT scores. Some regular applicants may get in with an MCAT score between 508-513, but they need to have a HIGH GPA and above average interview to get in. I, too
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