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Hello everyone! 

 

Thought I would start a thread for applications this cycle. Has anyone heard back from Chatham that their applications have been received yet?

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I got an email yesterday saying that my application is complete and that they will be reviewing it. They said they'll contact me with any questions they may have.

 

CASPA verified July 1

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I also got an interview invitation for October 1. Received it yesterday. Not exactly sure yet if I'll be attending. I'm already scheduled for 5 other interviews around that date and I've already been accepted to 1 XD. Thankfully, they've given us a lot of time to decide to accept or deny it.

 

Good luck to everyone waiting for news.

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Hello every one! I have also received an interview invitation email as of 8/18/2016, I was CASPA verified on 7/22. Congratulations to every one who has received an invitation, I hope to see you all there. 

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Hi! I am scheduled for an October 1st interview...Can anyone tell me about the interview and what kinds of questions they ask?

Thanks!

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Hi! I am scheduled for an October 1st interview...Can anyone tell me about the interview and what kinds of questions they ask?

Thanks!

 

Congratulations! I am also scheduled for the Oct 1st interview, I am excited to meet you all!  From what I have read in posts from last year, there is a writing prompt and then small group interviews to follow.  People were generally saying that it was a laid back, answer the same question one-by-one type thing (I'm only specifying because some are more interactive).  I don't know, obviously, if they changed anything for this year but hopefully not!

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Did everyone that has received an interview get their invite emailed to them on the same day? I see some people have posted that they got an interview later than 8/18 but I'm just wondering if the invite came on 8/18 or after....

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