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I have my interview on the 15th! its going to be my first interview for any PA schools! can someone give me some tips?

 

Thanks!!

 

Congrats on the interview! I found these videos on youtube by "The PA coach" super helpful! I interviewed back in November and received an acceptance:) Good luck!!

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Add myself to the waitlist to interview! How many of us are on there now?

Anybody in the past know when MKBU ends interviews!?

 

I'm in San Francisco, if that helps anyone

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Congratulations to those who have received an interview/acceptance!!! I have my interview for MBKU scheduled on Friday, Jan. 15th!! I look forward to meeting those of you who are scheduled for this day as well! If you are still waiting to hear from your programs, best of luck to you!!

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Good luck with those who have upcoming interviews this month! I too received a spot on the waitlist to interview back in Dec. Any wailisters heard back yet?

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I was too wait listed for an interview back in December. Let's keep our fingers cross for an interview and update each other. And good luck to those who are interviewing this month! :)

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I have an interview this Friday the 15th! Can anyone who has interviewed at this school tell me a little bit about the interview process at this school and your experience? Thanks!

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Hello,

 

I was waitlisted in December for an interview too. Have you heard anything as to when we will know for sure if we get an interview?

 

 

Thanks

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Hey you guys! I know there's quite a few interviews coming up and while this may be a bit early I was hoping to create a facebook group page soon for those who will be representing the class of 2018! :) If you've been accepted/plan on attending MBKU and would like to be added please let me know so that I can start adding members.

 

Also of course good luck to those interviewing or waitlisted to interview. It's a busy but fun day and I wish everyone the best! :)

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Does anyone know when the people who are waitlisted to interview are likely to hear?

A first-year student told me 1/16 was most likely the last day of interviews unless admissions feel that they need to interview more. We were also told that we would hear about acceptances no later than February.

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A first-year student told me 1/16 was most likely the last day of interviews unless admissions feel that they need to interview more. We were also told that we would hear about acceptances no later than February.

Thanks for the info!

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