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Submitted my Caspa May 2nd and my supplemental yesterday. Any idea when applicants are expected to hear back/ when interviews start?

 

I read on the website they were doing early decision interviews in July so hopefully we'll hear something soon! Where are you from? I'm an Ohio girl.

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Hey everyone!:)

I live in Texas! I am also an applicant at UC this cycle! Im very excited about this program. I am very passionate about their goals and mission! I emailed the school and they said they plan to have interviews july 23rd and 24th i believe! She said they will cut off early admissions by july 1st:). Im GUESSING we should perhaps be notified by july 10thish? Thats just a guess based on what I know so far!:)

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