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I also am applying under contingent admission for their part-time program. With so much competition for so few spots they might not be looking at those who still have classes to complete. Also I wonder if full time candidates are interviewed 1st, then the part-time folks? That's what I would like to think.

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I also am applying under contingent admission for their part-time program. With so much competition for so few spots they might not be looking at those who still have classes to complete. Also I wonder if full time candidates are interviewed 1st, then the part-time folks? That's what I would like to think.

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i dont think that they would overlook the contingent applications. They specifically indicate that contingent applications are welcome..dont give up hope yet.

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i dont think that they would overlook the contingent applications. They specifically indicate that contingent applications are welcome..dont give up hope yet.

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Less than a month ago I emailed them and they told me that a majority of the applicants have outstansing prereq's when applying.

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Less than a month ago I emailed them and they told me that a majority of the applicants have outstansing prereq's when applying.

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I am aware of a student who was accepted last year. This otherwise exceptionally strong candidate had not completed all the pre-req's (2 or 3 if I am not mistaken). I know that A/P were not among the missing classes. I hope that relieves some of your anxiety.

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I am aware of a student who was accepted last year. This otherwise exceptionally strong candidate had not completed all the pre-req's (2 or 3 if I am not mistaken). I know that A/P were not among the missing classes. I hope that relieves some of your anxiety.

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I just called today to ask if all candidates have been selected for the interview process... I was told that calls will be going out until the end of the month. For those of you who received an interview date, could you share a little bit about how much health care experience you have, GRE score, GPA? Just wondering where I stand and if I have a chance at all.

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I just called today to ask if all candidates have been selected for the interview process... I was told that calls will be going out until the end of the month. For those of you who received an interview date, could you share a little bit about how much health care experience you have, GRE score, GPA? Just wondering where I stand and if I have a chance at all.

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I also received an email response that stated they are still reviewing applications and hope to complete interviews by first week of April. Hopefully calls will still be completed, I was wondering if any of the candidates who have received interviews applied for the three year program? I would also be interested in any data that could be shared by those who have interviews.

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I also received an email response that stated they are still reviewing applications and hope to complete interviews by first week of April. Hopefully calls will still be completed, I was wondering if any of the candidates who have received interviews applied for the three year program? I would also be interested in any data that could be shared by those who have interviews.

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Seemeen, First, congratulations and good luck! Maybe calls will continue. Would you mind sharing your stats: HCE, GPA's, background experience---I also only applied to U of D and am wondering if I am anywhere in the ballpark of being considered. My background is education for 14 years, clinical substance abuse therapist for 4 years, and substance abuse screenings of youth for 2 years---I had 3.8 science GPA, 4.0 in Master's program and 2.8 in undergrad and played college basketball. Any info would be appreciated.

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Seemeen, First, congratulations and good luck! Maybe calls will continue. Would you mind sharing your stats: HCE, GPA's, background experience---I also only applied to U of D and am wondering if I am anywhere in the ballpark of being considered. My background is education for 14 years, clinical substance abuse therapist for 4 years, and substance abuse screenings of youth for 2 years---I had 3.8 science GPA, 4.0 in Master's program and 2.8 in undergrad and played college basketball. Any info would be appreciated.

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Thanks for the congrats. I really, REALLY need this. I went to a big 10 for undergrad-speech and hearing science major. My gpa was not as high as yours-3.5. For grad school I went to Washington university in st. Louis and had a 3.9 in audiology . I did a fellowship at Henry ford . For the past 5 years I've been managing a primary care practice. I think you have wonderful stats, ljmanders. I'm sure you'll get a call. My call didn't come til 5:40 yesterday evening!

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Thanks for the congrats. I really, REALLY need this. I went to a big 10 for undergrad-speech and hearing science major. My gpa was not as high as yours-3.5. For grad school I went to Washington university in st. Louis and had a 3.9 in audiology . I did a fellowship at Henry ford . For the past 5 years I've been managing a primary care practice. I think you have wonderful stats, ljmanders. I'm sure you'll get a call. My call didn't come til 5:40 yesterday evening!

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Thanks for the congrats. I really, REALLY need this. I went to a big 10 for undergrad-speech and hearing science major. My gpa was not as high as yours-3.5. For grad school I went to Washington university in st. Louis and had a 3.9 in audiology . I did a fellowship at Henry ford . For the past 5 years I've been managing a primary care practice. Also, I run a program for seniors who migrate to the us and are unaware of the facilities and free services available to them in their communities. I think you have wonderful stats, ljmanders. I'm sure you'll get a call. My call didn't come til 5:40 yesterday evening! Plus somewhere on this forum, I read about a student who had been a teacher for 30 years and applied as a second career and got accepted.

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