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Fellow OoP waitlisters, If you're anything like me you were probably somewhere between hopeful <->bummed<->crushed when you didn't get that dreamed of acceptance on decision day, depending on your ranking of course. After a few days of feeling discouraged I tried to do a little research to see what kind of chances there are. Obviously these numbers will vary from year to year but based on the last few years trends I tried to do a little bit of analysis to calculate the total number of offers to Canadian students there actually are. Note: all my numbers came from "Admission
Hi, All Was just wondering if fellow Ontario student not make it into PT 2016 cycle in Ontario consider applying to OOP schools such as UBC U of Alberta U of Manitoba and Dalhousie for next 2017 cycle can give some insight as to which Anatomy & Physiology courses to take via Distance Learning that can fulfill the those prerequisite requirements for those schools? Anyone Past Experienced Successful Ontario PT candidate would also like to shed some light? In terms of Anatomy courses, it seems that each school has different views on accepting Distance Learning Credits. Could r
Like some of you on here, I have been cursed with the Ontario disadvantage. Basically by being born/raised in Ontario, one has one of the worst odds for getting into a medical school since all provinces but Ontario hold seats for residents of their provinces. So this means I'll be looking to applying to a few out of province schools; however, applications are pricey so I would like to apply only to those OOP schools that have decent odds. What I'm asking is: What non-Ontario medical schools do you all think will give one the best (and worst) odds of being accepted as an OOP applicant?
I'm currently in 3rd year at York University. I am an honours psyc majors. My first year GPA= 2.67, my 2nd year GPA = 3.87 (I went through some very tough times during first year due to personal issues, hence the subpar GPA). I suspect my 3rd and 4th year GPAs would also be around 3.85-3.9, however. Being in ontario sucks, all the schools here get around 2000-4000 applicants and they accept between 2.5%-5%, and that's from all provinces. On the other hand, out of prince medical schools such as McGill, Dalhousie, Calgary, Alberta, Manitoba, UBC, etc all place heavy preference on applicants