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Hey guys I know the waitlist for 2016 is going to be released sometime here in March since the new changes to the admission cycle this year. Thought I would make this topic so we could all keep in the loop of what's going on when the list does get released here in the next couple weeks. If everyone wants to post their stats and position on the waitlist it would help us all! 

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I just got the waitlist email. Im 14th. 

 

Index score of: 75.069, BC resident. 

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Sorry, I got overzealous. Haha. Index is 75.556 for those who are interested in where it starts.

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No, I'm not.  :blush:

This is the first I've heard back from either school. 

 

If it helps, I'm pretty sure you'll get in off the waitlist since youre 3rd. 

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If it helps, I'm pretty sure you'll get in off the waitlist since youre 3rd. 

 

Thankyou!! I really hope Sask works out, though.

Moving's a hassle lol

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@cooper009 Received early afternoon. 

 

Waitlisted 43/100. Index score 74.120. 

 

Do you guys have any estimates of how many students on the current waitlist are MB residents? 

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I wonder how deep into the waitlist they move this year.

 

Definitely not holding my breath on 27 people withdrawing or not accepting offers...

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