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Hey 1/10/17 interviewees,

 

It was so nice meeting most of you today! I wish everybody the best of luck. I was so impressed by every single one of you. 

 

With lots of hope,

 

Dahlia

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Hello all!

 

I was accepted back on January 10th and so honored to have been offered a spot in such a special school; however, I was just accepted into my #1 choice so I will be giving up my seat. Loma Linda is such an amazing school and they have a great program. If I was not accepted to my #1 I would have definitely attended LLU. Wishing you all the best of luck in your future endeavors!

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I interviewed on 1/24 and got accepted the same day. About an hour after I got home from the interview. Good luck to everyone out there and don't lose hope. Some people get in as late as August. Also, congratulations to those who got accepted, I look forward to meeting you!

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I interviewed on 1/24 and got accepted the same day. About an hour after I got home from the interview. Good luck to everyone out there and don't lose hope. Some people get in as late as August. Also, congratulations to those who got accepted, I look forward to meeting you!

Congrats Alisia! If you haven't already, you should join our Facebook group page so we can start to meet and talk with those in our cohort. Link is posted above within this forum!

 

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I received a call this morning around 10 am and a voicemail to call back.  But I called back once around 11 am and left a message.  Then again this evening and nobody picked up.  I hope I hear back from them on Monday!

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I just received an interview invitation today for February 14th! Very excited!

 

What time did they call you at?  I had a message from them yesterday morning but both times I returned their call, there was no answer.  I hope I didn't miss my chance or something!

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Congrats to those who got accepted!! I wanted to know if any of you who received acceptances opted to not attend the tour on the day of the interview? 

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Congrats to those who got accepted!! I wanted to know if any of you who received acceptances opted to not attend the tour on the day of the interview?

I did not attend the tour.

 

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Congrats to those who got accepted!! I wanted to know if any of you who received acceptances opted to not attend the tour on the day of the interview? 

I didn't attend the tour either. I'm an alumnus and didn't feel the tour was necessary for me. However, the campus is beautiful. If you've never seen it, the tour could be fun.

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I  called back this morning and received an interview for the 14th as well.  Congrats to everyone who has been accepted!  Are there any pointers anyone can give me in preparing?

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