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  1. I just got my packet in my email, fyi. I'm in the 3 year program and I marked the 2 year program as my preference (but am very happy either way) so am asking if it is even a thing that people can switch spots so will let you all know.
  2. Oh, did they say email packet? I thought I heard that it was going to be a snail mail packet. Although, I was so excited I too dont quite remember the call clearly.
  3. Congrats all! I also received my acceptance call just before 5pm. Check your voice mail and keep an ear out just in case they are calling over the next few days. If you didn't get accepted this time around, feel free to send me a message and I am happy to talk. I have had a lot of experience with this and am happy to share as well as listen. If you do message me, I will try to get back to you as soon as possible.
  4. They did say they would get back to us before the 15th and there was no guarantee that it wold be the week after the last interview. I'm also sure they are well aware of that there are a bunch of anxious applicants just staring at their phones! Good luck, everyone!
  5. That was exactly my reasoning why I would expect calls to go out next week. Also, I'm sure someone will post here as soon as they get a call; I will if it happens.
  6. I had a good time yesterday during the interview and want to wish everyone good luck!
  7. I also just got a call for an interview on Feb 15th as well and will be attending. I was wait listed for an interview a while back.
  8. Just got a denial email so good luck to everyone else!
  9. I interviewed the 18th and haven't heard back yet. Hopefully we will early this week.
  10. 1. Recognize that you are at risk for vasovagal-syncope so act accordingly. 2. Recognize the symptoms when they start to come - change in senses (vision, I have experienced changes in sound perception when this was a problem for me), dizziness, nausea, etc. 3. Sit your buns down if you even think you are going to see anything that could cause this reaction in you - falling and suffering head trauma is real bad, mmmkay? 4. Exposure therapy might be a good route but it would be prudent to consult (since you want to be a medical professional, learn how to consult experts now by doing so) a professional counselor/therapist/psychologist who has experience with exposure therapy or similar treatment regarding the issue. Go to psychology today website to find such a person as well as probably talk to your parents or guardian about doing so. You also don't want to traumatize yourself looking at gore or compound anxiety with the fact that you are trying to overcome something that causes you stress. Also, you don't have to perform surgery tomorrow morning (overcoming your reaction to this isn't something you have to do overnight), so relax a bit. 5. Talk to the teacher and principal to make sure they know that showing this type of material is very important to teach but students reacting this way is a risk so there needs to be a warning and instruction to students on what to do if they start to feel weird so they don't try to get up and end up getting hurt. Learn the lesson on how to ensure mistakes don't happen twice and get the practice of coaching-up others (you will have to do this as a medical professional, too).
  11. I just checked my email and found a rejection letter from this morning. I'm good with it because it was a learning experience. Good luck to everyone else!
  12. I interviewed on Feb. 28th and haven't heard anything. If they spaced out the calls over two days then they very well may have another day or two for acceptance calls.
  13. That's what I was wondering too. Congrats though to all who got accepted!
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