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Potential Waitlist Movement  

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  1. 1. Choose the option that best describes your situation with respect to Queen's medicine admissions.

    • Offered admission but will be declining to accept another offer
      14
    • Removing self from waitlist to accept another offer
      10
    • On the waitlist with no other offers
      21
    • Will be accepting the offer and attending Queen's
      13
    • Rejected post-interview
      3
    • On multiple waitlists (including Queen's) with no offers
      6
    • ACCEPTED OFF WAITLIST
      6


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Congratulations to all who got acceptances. To those who were placed on the waitlist, we're almost there and I wish you all good fortune. I thought it might help put some of our minds at ease if we could try and gauge (as best as we can) waitlist movement for Queen's. Please try and participate to help us waitlisters keep some sort of sanity throughout this agonizing wait. Thanks!

 

Edit: Just a reminder that the poll is not public and will not show who voted for what.

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I wanted to thank all of you for your support this cycle, and you know who you are. I can only hope to have the opportunity to interview again next year. See you all next year and congratulations to a

Accepted off the wait list June 2 timestamp 2:20pm EST!!   Good luck to everyone, thank you for keeping me sane!!!

Accepted off the waitlist at 2:22 pm EST on June 2!  Already accepted this offer on SOLUS.   Still in shock and just finished crying. Please check your junk/spam folders and stay positive! I'm ro

I'm sure it's highly variable according to year but according to AFMC, a couple years or so ago Queen's made a total of 197 offers I believe. This obviously doesn't take into consideration those who pull themselves from the waitlist. So pretty much I'd say it's a big ?.  

 

I'm sure that the list moves a lot, but that number is several years old. It pre-dates our current medical building and revised curriculum.

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I'm sure it's highly variable according to year but according to AFMC, a couple years or so ago Queen's made a total of 197 offers I believe. This obviously doesn't take into consideration those who pull themselves from the waitlist. So pretty much I'd say it's a big ?.  

 

197 in total or 197 people off the waitlist got in? (I know there are 100 seats, so 97 people got in off the waitlist or 197? would appreciate clarification please :) )

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I believe Savac was referring to another year in which similar movement occurred. I've actually seen the document that he's probably referring to (its a dated AFMC). Let's just hope both of those past years are indicative of current movement.

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Would # of offers given include people who were on the WL, but rejected the offer eventually when they moved off the WL?

Is this what you mean?  On the WL initially, then offered a spot at Queens and another school and chose the other school.

 

If this is what you mean then yes this should be included in the number of offers. Just think of it as the number of offer emails they send out when all is said and done and the class is full.  

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Is this what you mean? On the WL initially, then offered a spot at Queens and another school and chose the other school.

 

If this is what you mean then yes this should be included in the number of offers. Just think of it as the number of offer emails they send out when all is said and done and the class is full.

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