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About purpleace

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  1. I withdrew my acceptance so I do hope a spot opens up.
  2. UT doesn't have a waitlist. They thought they'd keep one, but didn't since most students accepted their offers. I got an email after reaching out.
  3. I've been on the wait list since March too.
  4. Haven't heard anything either. It's my first choice so I'm hoping for good news.
  5. How? By email?
  6. Not-so-patiently waiting
  7. Lol I guess I am unethical I accepted 3 offers but I'm still holding out for UofT since it is my first choice.
  8. No I did not get asked for a deposit. My offer is not conditional.
  9. Hello Everyone - So far, I got into Queens and UBC. I got waitlisted at McMaster. I am yet to hear from UofT. My top choices are UofT and McMaster so I am hoping I get into one of those. What do you guys think about accepting the other offers? Is there a cost to accept UBC or Queens? I want to hve them as a backup Congratulations to everyone who got in to schools. Goodluck to everyone still waiting!
  10. I got waitlisted at McMater too. Here's to hoping.
  11. I got my acceptance email from Queens. Congrats to everyone who got in!
  12. Hello Marion, I am also waiting to hear back from McMaster. Their website says that invitations will be send out from mid-March to April. Good luck!
  13. @joelcollard6Congrats Joel!
  14. Goodluck! I also applied to UofT Epi and McMaster MPH. Fingers crossed.
  15. Hello Tahnin, As a Canadian PR, you are not considered an international student.