Hi, It sounds like there was a misunderstanding/misinterpretation. You managed to spread panic to other users but it's okay. It happens sometimes. You do get a clean slate to an extent. This is how it works: You will need to achieve 6.0 across a degree (e.g. three years) to be eligible to apply for an interview; You will be ranked using the last two years to be shortlisted for an interview offer; You will be ranked using a combination of UMAT, interview, and the last two years to be shortlisted for a course offer. As long as you meet the first requirement, your first year's result should no longer interfere. In terms of the average GPA, you won't find a better place than here on the internet, in my opinion. The average GPA is pretty useless because people with GPA in the 7's have got in and others with 8's did not due to various reasons such as the interview. I hope that clear it up a little.