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Hi everyone, 

I'm a bit confused about UBC's AGPA eligibility criteria. I can't seem to find anything on their website and am wondering if everyone is eligible for an adjust GPA or if there are some exclusion criteria that I'm missing. 

Any insight and guidance is appreciated. Thank you in advance!

 

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Hi medafterall, 

I found the following on the UBC MD admission website under academic criteria. From what I understood, you are eligible for AGPA if you have more than 90 graded credits (excluding credits from winter 2020) before the application deadline. 

In the adjusted academic average, the academic year up to 30 credits with the lowest academic average will be dropped. If more than 30 credits are presented in the worst academic year, the 30 credits with the lowest grades will be removed, provided 90 graded credits remain. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic Term 2 of the 2019-2020 academic year (or equivalent term) courses do not count toward the APGA or the calculation of 90 graded credits, nor do courses taken after June 1 of the year of application.” 
 

Source: https://mdprogram.med.ubc.ca/admissions/evaluation-criteria/

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