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  1. I haven't seen one in the previous forums for this particular class anyway. Would you mind telling me when you got accepted?
  2. They notified me via email about a week after my interview stating that the class was full and that there were currently 35 candidates on the standby list. An email shortly following with FAQ's & answers about the standby list.
  3. I was placed on Standby the week after my 11/28 Interview. They do (as stated above) on average take 20 students from the standby list. Last year they took 26. Keeping my hopes up! Putting my stats and info just because I Know that information provided by others helped me when beginning this entire process. Undergrad Degree: Medical Laboratory Science Overall GPA: 3.5 Science GPA: 3.5 Patient Care: 700 continuing hours volunteering as a phlebotomist Healthcare experience (which includes phlebotomy): ~3000 continuing hours working as a ASCP certified Medical Technologist in a medical microbiology lab. GRE: 300 (150 in both sections)
  4. Hi All, Does anyone know how many seats are filled? My interview is Nov 28th. I wish I could have interviewed earlier but the rest of November interview dates were filled so I had to take the 28th (which I'm still extremely grateful for). The pessimist in me is thinking that seats will likely be filled by that date and if anything I may be waitlisted/alternate list (I forgot what the earlier thread was calling it), but would be amazing if I got accepted.
  5. Hi All, I just recieved an email that my application has been put “On Hold”, which I’m not too thrilled about, BUT I guess it’s better than a straight up rejection. Can ANYONE shed some light on this? Would continuing my patient care hours help me? Anything else? I’m feeling pretty discouraged.
  6. How were you guys notified of an interview? Email, mail, or phone call?
  7. Hi All, Has anyone heard of anything recently? I’m trying to make myself feel better by having this theory that maybe they’ve just been busy since they did just have graduation haha. I submitted about three weeks ago, so maybe im jumping the gun a little...... maybe..
  8. If you don’t mind, when did you submit and when did they invite you for an interview?
  9. Hi All, I was just curious about peoples stats and if you already had an interview, accepted, etc. I'm kind of nervous about mine. Overall GPA: 3.5 Science GPA: 3.5 GRE: 300 Patient care: 320 Hours of volunteer phlebotomy (in the morning before going into work full time as a MLS) healthcare experience: 2000 continuing hours as a Medical Laboratory Scientist in a medical Microbiology lab. PA shadowing: 50 in preadmission testing. 27 in Neuro Critical Care (Both PA's gave me a LOR) I would LOVE any response from you guys good or bad haha. My amount of patient care hours are definitely on the lower side but It's hard to squeeze extra hours in when you're already working full time. And of course my GRE could be better, but it beats the 287 I got the first time haha. Sorry for the lengthy post and good luck to you all!
  10. Hi All, I just applied about a week ago and received the email stating they received my application (Not an interview invite), and was just wondering about how long it took some of you guys to receive an interview invite after submission of application. Another thing: I was just curious about peoples stats and if you already had an interview, accepted, etc. I'm kind of nervous about mine. Overall GPA: 3.5 Science GPA: 3.5 GRE: 300 Patient care: 320 Hours of volunteer phlebotomy (in the morning before going into work full time as a MLS) healthcare experience: 2000 continuing hours as a Medical Laboratory Scientist in a medical Microbiology lab. PA shadowing: 50 in preadmission testing. 27 in Neuro Critical Care (Both PA's gave me a LOR) I would LOVE any response from you guys good or bad haha. My amount of patient care hours are definitely on the lower side but It's hard to squeeze extra hours in when you're already working full time. And of course my GRE could be better, but it beats the 287 I got the first time haha. Sorry for the lengthy post and good luck to you all!
  11. I applied to the program about a week ago. Nicholas Ravagli emailed me letting me know they received my supplemental application and that they " Hope to have your application materials reviewed in the next 2-3 weeks, at which time you will be notified of your updated status" I'm hoping to hear something soon because the suspense has me chewing my literal fingertips off haha. When did you apply?
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