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About slpbc

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  • Birthday 07/06/1994

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    Woman
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    British Columbia
  • Application Season
    2019 Fall
  • Program
    Speech-Language Pathology

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  1. I could not find it in the course calendar anywhere! I emailed Vicki and she just provided me with the CSD courses we need to register for, she didn't mention IntD410 at all.
  2. The deadline to accept an offer of admission is April 30th so there should lots of waitlist movement after that
  3. Accepted off the waitlist from U of T this morning, but I will be declining their offer to attend U of A. Hopefully that opens up a spot for a U of T hopeful on this forum!
  4. Received a call from Toronto this morning saying I've been accepted off the waitlist! I will be declining their offer to attend U of A (but for some reason I'm still very excited)
  5. Thank you so much for your reply!! I will PM you
  6. Hello to any 2nd year U of A students - I have decided to accept my offer at the U of A for fall 2019 but I am struggling a bit with housing options (I currently live in Vancouver and have never been to Edmonton). I am looking for apartment buildings that are close (i.e. 10-15 minute walk) to campus and/or transit. I'd prefer not to live in residence. If you are planning to leave the place you are renting and loved living there please let me know! I will be looking to move around mid-August. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
  7. Hello to any 1st year U of A students - I have decided to accept my offer at the U of A but I am currently struggling a bit with housing options (I currently live in Vancouver and have never been to Edmonton). I am looking for apartment buildings that are close (i.e. 10-15 minute walk) to campus and/or transit. I'd prefer not to live in residence. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
  8. Hey everyone - I've decided to accept at the U of A but I am struggling a bit with housing because I currently live in Vancouver and have never been to Edmonton. I am looking for apartment buildings that are close (i.e. 10-15 minute walk) to campus and/or transit. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
  9. That's so crazy, I repeated stats and anatomy too! I agree re:not being a perfect student. I was really beating myself up about having to repeat courses but learning not to dwell on the past really helped me a lot
  10. I was accepted at U of A and Western and wait listed at McGill and U of T. I will be accepting at U of A so I hope that opens up some wait list space & helps at least 1 person out
  11. I will be declining my offer at Western so hopefully that opens up a spot for you
  12. I felt like that throughout my entire last 2 years of undergraduate preparation. It's very discouraging. The nice thing about U of A's Indigenous Canada is that it is a self-paced certificate course, I completed it in less than a month and it was only about $40 to register. I told myself that if I didn't get in this year I'd keep trying again and again until I got in, because I know 100% that this is what I want to do and I'm sure you feel the same way. Keep going, it will pay off in the end ❤️
  13. I just received an email from U of T notifying me that I'm on the waitlist. Nothing on ORPAS though! Best of luck to you, I know how hard it is to sit and wait.
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