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I interviewed then too and still haven't heard, I called today and they said that they are still deciding

 

 

 

I had an interview on sept 26th and havent heard anything at all.

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I was waitlisted to interview a few weeks ago. Has anyone else heard anything else or taken off of the waitlist to interview recently?

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I had an interview on 8/29 and I found out a few days later that I am on the wait list. After reading all these posts of people interviewing from May to Oct it makes me wonder how many people they are interviewing. I thought it was approximately 100, but i know they had interview sessions on Aug 22nd, Aug 29th and Sept 12th.

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I think it varied a lot from what I've seen. It all has to do with when they can all meet and discuss. I interviewed on 9/12 and heard 9/14

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For people on the waitlist, we were told that we would be told our rank on the waitlist after the October 24th interview dates. Does anyone know when exactly we should expect that email or has anyone asked for an update since the final interviews on the 24th?

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For people on the waitlist, we were told that we would be told our rank on the waitlist after the October 24th interview dates. Does anyone know when exactly we should expect that email or has anyone asked for an update since the final interviews on the 24th?

 

I emailed the admissions office about this and the closest I got to a date was "the very end of October".

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I emailed the admissions office about this and the closest I got to a date was "the very end of October".

Any day now..... good luck to those waiting to hear!!

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I was told earlier this week that the waitlist would find out their rank by the end of the week yet still no email. Beginning to get frustrated because we were originally told we'd find out after the last interview date in September, then October and now we wait even more. 

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