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Hi...anyone see my post about St.Georges..any input?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by jlsrn, Oct 21, 2001.

  1. jlsrn

    jlsrn Senior Member

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    I posted about St.George's and my criteria earlier...anyone have any advice..do I have a good chance? Or should I just forget it and retake the MCAT in April? Thanks for your input~I have already had an interview with them..and it went great...
     
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  3. rxfudd

    rxfudd 1K Member

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    Rather than making a new topic if no one responds, just reply to your own topic with "Bump". No need to have multiple threads running around.

    Try posting this in the IMG forum - I don't think many people in this board are applying overseas (I could be wrong about this - I haven't seen any, though).

    Good luck!
     
  4. jlsrn

    jlsrn Senior Member

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    Hi, how do I "bump"? I am fairly new to the forum..thanks.
     
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    SMW Grand Member

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    You just did it. But you can reply with one word "bump" to get the thread back to the top of the list.
     
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    by replying to your own message, fresh replies are bumped to the top of the post-line, and receives more "attention".
     
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    You don't even need to post a bump message. Make a message and delete it, the thread will still go to the top.
     
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    someone put 1/3 chance in your other post as I remember from earlier (I hope I am right). I don't think this is accurate - its accurate for US medical schools. But I think if you interviewed with them, your shot is much better than even a 1/3. It's not too bad, I know a couple of people that go there.

    my two cents

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    Thanks X..I hope you are right..I hope to hear from them this week. Anyone else with any input?
     
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    No problem....let us know how it turns out?

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