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Just been accepted!!

Don't get so worried about stats! I see so many posts like this on the forum.  Duke especially looks at the applicant as a WHOLE.  Stats mean nothing if your personal statement/recommendations were re

Finally am under review... !!

I stayed at the aloft durham. It was a 5 minute walk to the program in the morning. Really nice- and I think rates are lower because it opened recently. 

 

Thank you - that is helpful :)  They didn't happen to have a shuttle from the airport, did they? Just trying to plan accordingly.

 

Thanks again!

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I received an interview invite today for November 18th.

FYI:

submitted my CASPA on July 10th and the supplemental around the same time, received my under review email on Sept 9th.

Good luck everyone :)

Congrats! But they aren't supposed to be going backwards lol.

 

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