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  1. Hi everyone, just received a call this morning that I have been accepted! I was on the alternate list, so don't give up just yet!
  2. Hi everyone, just received a call this morning that I have been accepted! I was on the alternate list, so don't give up just yet!
  3. @phoenixj Hey I am in the same position, I interviewed December 12th.. And have since only recieved 2 emails, one saying they need more time to review my application and the second asking to send patient care and transcript updates.. not sure what to except !
  4. I interviewed on 12/12, the first interview session, and have recieved an email yesterday requesting for me to send in updated patient care hours and an updated transcript. Is any one else in this boat ??
  5. Also received an interview invite for 12/12 as well ! @Dhlifeisgood. Where will you be coming from?
  6. @edoll: I have not gotten anymore news aside from the application completion email. Buttttt... I dropped my money order off in person to pay for the supplemental application, and I believe I spoke to Roland Benoit, he said I was in the first batch of applicants that they will review (so pretty much anyone who has submitted their apps in October or beginning of November will be as well)... and it is likely that they should be running the first round of interviews before Christmas...Also, I could be wrong, but he gave me the impression that there was not that many people who have applied thus f
  7. @csashley: Hey! yes I am in the same boat.. I have had my materials in for months now and my app status is also "ready for review".
  8. Hi! I have just sent in my application, and am dreading the wait for their reply!.. Good luck to everyone, I am more than happy to keep in contact with you all on this long journey.. is anyone a first time applicant ??
  9. Her lips were trembling and her eyes holding back tears. "They think I have Multiple Sclerosis", she said. At the time, I was just a kid being raised in a single-parent household, completely bewildered by what my mother just told me. We were finally at a time without homeless shelters and trips to the food stamp office. My mom worked so hard to get us out poverty, and now she was preparing me to take care of her in a wheelchair. I can vividly recall that night and the way I endlessly researched about MS. I was shaken with fear after seeing my mother’s prognosis, but the light of medical scienc
  10. Thank you for your feedback, I editing it again, I would really appreciate if you wouldn't mind giving it a second look!! Her lips were trembling and her eyes holding back tears. "They think I have Multiple Sclerosis", she said. At the time, I was just a kid being raised in a single-parent household, completely bewildered by what my mother just told me. We were finally at a time without homeless shelters and trips to the food stamp office. My mom worked so hard to get us out poverty, and now she was preparing me to take care of her in a wheelchair. I can vividly recall that night and the w
  11. I was lucky if I only had to take control of the wheel once, to avoid her swerving off the road. It was as if her mind began to disconnect from her body, but my mom would just glance at me and smile as if each episode were only an accident. At the time, I was just a kid being raised in single parent household, tagging along with my mother to an assortment of blue-collar jobs and sitting through many of her college classes. Over and over I caught her bracing herself on walls and stumbling over nothing. The sound of her coffee mug slipping through her fingers and crashing to the floor remains b
  12. Congratulations on your acceptance! If you don't mind me asking, when was your application completed for Emory??
  13. Congratulations, I also received the completed application email on 8/20, but I still have not heard anything back yet..I am starting to loose faith as I am seeing the time-frame of the other applicants on here.
  14. If you would not mind, could you give me any feedback on your opinion about my chances of getting an interview based off of my statistics and narrative ? Please, thank you so much! 23 y/o B.S.- Exercise Science: 3.6 GPA overall, 3.9 Science GRE- 306 total 6000+ HCE experience, working as a Medical Assistant in a Family practice office... blood draw, injections, vaccines.. etc (completed while getting my Bachelors degree as a full time student).. working with several MD's, PA's and Np's. 1500+ Volunteer hours LoR from: Professor, MD, and PA-C Narrarive: I was lucky i
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