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04-11-2003, 11:04 PM
can everyone who received a reply from UT post their stats and indicate whether accepted/waitlisted/rejected? thanks!
04-12-2003, 05:12 AM
Will be accepting the offer(my fiance is ecstatic)
04-12-2003, 10:15 AM
Waitlisted #50 :|
What are my chances?
When is it that one can stop waiting for their call for acceptance if you are waitlisted?
04-12-2003, 12:31 PM
DAT academic 24
04-12-2003, 01:33 PM
DAT: Academic 23, Perceptual 21
Academic Average: 20
Perceptual Ability: 27
04-12-2003, 03:42 PM
Dude, sorry to hear about it. I go to UofT scarborough too. I'm in the neuro progrmam. Don't be discouraged....i know shut my mouth right. What happened dude? Do you feel you bombed the interview. Make sure you call the school and find out your interview score....they told us last year. I am confused man. I really feel bad for you. I mean those OOP students have it tough but they are OOP students. You are homegrown. GEEZ. I wish you the best of luck and I think you may have a better chance with UWO. Take care.
What's up Plug...
If you're who I think you are, I spoke to you before the interview... and afterwards! We wrote the DAT together too... I knew right away that I bombed the interview. The interviewers I was assigned had absolutely ZERO social skill which totally threw me off and I knew I didn't give a good impression. I've never been so intimidated in my life - and I'm not easily intimidated...
I've got an interview at UWO in a couple of weeks... we'll see how that goes!
04-12-2003, 07:08 PM
Guys, please let me know how do you calculate your GPA on the 4 scale? How do you know what is an 3.91 and a 3.90? Please explain me
04-13-2003, 08:51 AM
Academic = 17
Perceptual = 16
GPA = pretty high
Don't worry about the interview - my interviewers at UofT were also lacking all sorts of social skills, never smiled during the conversation, and it was over before it even started - the interview was literally less than 20 minutes (maybe we had the same interviewers?). I felt horrible afterwards and knew that if the rejection letter came, it would be because of that. But hey, I got in and the best advice I can give is from a third year student talking to me prior to the interview. He said that despite how you feel about the interview (you will always find something wrong or stupid that you said, that you will never know what the interviewers thought of you). Many people have had great interviews (or at least what they thought) and got rejected. Many more have had bad ones and got accepted. Just keep you confidence high - especially heading into the Western interviews coming up. You know you can do it - good luck!
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