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Yes, we only get a phone call if we get accepted. Email otherwise.

 

Rolling admissions is where we get reevaluated with the next batch of interviewees and see where we stand, and may get accepted at that point. It's an ongoing process that can last for months. Of course not all programs are the same and policies could change between the years. Some programs don't have rolling admissions, so if you don't get in your batch it's over at that point unless alternate/wait-list may occur.

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