pancakes Posted November 6, 2015 Share Posted November 6, 2015 Hello, I'm not sure where to ask this question, so here it goes. Last year, I was debating between medical school and PA school. I decided to apply to 4 PA schools to see what would happen, but because I was missing some pre-reqs (due to being on a pre-med route) I figured my chances were slim. I applied in late September as well, so I was really just taking a chance. I filled supplementals for all of the schools, but was denied by 3 because of pre-reqs, and then to my surprise, one school offered me an interview mid-May. Of course I said yes. A week before the interview, they emailed me and said their seats were filled but there'd be a good chance I would make it onto the waiting list. I politely declined the interview. When you're offered a really late interview date and the seats are filled, what are the chances that you'd actually get into the program assuming that you were a viable candidate? Because I assume that at that point in the game, people have already made their decisions about their schools and won't drop out unless there's an emergency or something. Thank you! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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