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I encourage you to apply. There's amazing people on this forum and in life. Don't compare yourself to them too much; it won't help you. Focus on yourself and building the best application you can. If you don't apply, you won't even know if you had a shot. If you apply and get rejected, at least you would know that you have more work to do and won't regret not applying :)

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Another advantage of applying is to get that diagnostic if you get rejected. You can see if your ECs are in a good ballpark, or if they need more work. Unfortunately, UBC has recently transitioned to only showing percentile ranges for your NAQ, but some resourceful minds found good ways of pulling more specific scores from the application. There is nothing to lose from applying if the money is not an issue.

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