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hey for those that were accepted do you know if we wait for the payment to post before fingerprinting or just as soon as we send it in we are good to go?  (interviewed 9/11 in st croix)

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Hey guys I know a bunch of us keep asking for a face book page so I just created on for st. Croix!! Please only join if you have been accepted and your intentions are to attend. I personally am excited to meet you guys. Here is the link https://www.facebook.com/groups/1041180512582082/

If that doesn't work you can search Barry Stx pa 2018 or message me and I can find you.

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It's still relatively early in Barry's interview cycle, the forum posts from the past few years show people being accepted as late as February! I don't think anyone should be giving up hope yet!

 

 

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I just received an email today regarding my interview at St. Pete on Friday that the interview is for a wait list spot as the class has been filled. Did anyone else get this email?

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Was that a follow up email they sent following the actual interview offer email? Or did it say that you would be interviewing for a wait list spot in the actual email offering you the interview? I got an email offer to interview last week for October 23 or October 30 and chose October 30. It didn't say anything about the class being filled. That's good to know, so thank you!

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Was that a follow up email they sent following the actual interview offer email? Or did it say that you would be interviewing for a wait list spot in the actual email offering you the interview? I got an email offer to interview last week for October 23 or October 30 and chose October 30. It didn't say anything about the class being filled. That's good to know, so thank you!

My interview is for this Friday 10/23 in St. Pete. I was initially sent just an invite a few weeks back and then today received another email that the interview is now for a spot on the wait list.

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As of today, I'm declining my seat at St. Pete, so there's still hope!

 

 

When were you offered an acceptance if you don't mind me asking?

 

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I interviewed on 9/18 and was offered a seat on 9/22

 

Thank you for the response. I was curious because I interviewed 10/16 and have not heard anything and everyone said if you are accepted they usually notify the Tuesday after your interview.

 

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Interviewed 10/16 and offered a seat at st Petersburg campus 10/21. I am so excited to be a part of this program and look forward to meeting everyone! Is there a Facebook page for the st Pete campus yet?

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I applied to the Miami Shores campus: 

 

07/16 - CASPA verified

 

08/14 - "application is being processed" email

 

09/24 -  interview invite email

 

10/16 - interview scheduled

 

10/21 - "waitlisted" email

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Interviewed on Oct 16 and just received an acceptance email today. I'll be accepting a seat at the St. Petersburg Campus! Very happy for the opportunity!

 

 

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Interviewed 10/16 and offered a seat at st Petersburg campus 10/21. I am so excited to be a part of this program and look forward to meeting everyone! Is there a Facebook page for the st Pete campus yet?

Hi Sandra, I interviewed the same day as you and got accepted! Are you by the chance the redhead with the ponytail??

 

 

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Hi Sandra, I interviewed the same day as you and got accepted! Are you by the chance the redhead with the ponytail??

 

 

 

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Hi! Yes that was me lol!

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Well hi! I'm the brown girl LOl not really sure how else to describe myself from everyone else ????

 

 

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Hi Sandra, I interviewed the same day as you and got accepted! Are you by the chance the redhead with the ponytail??

 

 

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Hey guys! Would you mind giving me some insight into the interview day? Mine is coming up and Barry is one of my top schools so I'm super nervous!

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