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54 minutes ago, ProspectivePA17 said:

I also interviewed on 11/8 in the morning, but have not heard back yet, has anyone else heard any news that interviewed that day or the earlier date? 

I interviewed 11/08 in the afternoon and havent heard anything either. Hopefully we do soon!!

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On 12/5/2018 at 9:45 PM, PAtobe33 said:

Congrats! I also Interviewed then (I think we met lol), but I haven’t heard anything yet. 

well hopefully we'll get to meet again!! fingers crossed for you and everyone else

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1 hour ago, ProspectivePA17 said:

Congrats! When was your interview and when did you find out you were accepted? I’m still waiting to hear back from my interview 

Thank you!! I interviewed on Nov 8th and they sent me an acceptance email on December 5th. 

Hopefully they will let more people know soon!! Good luck!!! 

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Hi everyone,

I applied late in the cycle, not sure if I'll even get an interview but fingers crossed I will.

Congrats to those that have been accepted and best of luck for those with scheduled interviews!

 

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On 12/13/2018 at 10:43 AM, jeremyhallpa said:

Hi everyone,

I applied late in the cycle, not sure if I'll even get an interview but fingers crossed I will.

Congrats to those that have been accepted and best of luck for those with scheduled interviews!

 

I applied late as well, on 10/26.  Just got an interview request last week for 1/8, so, to the best of my knowledge, they're still sending out invites.

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21 hours ago, PAtobe33 said:

Hey all! Has anyone else who interviewed heard anything recently (since a couple weeks ago when some people heard)? 

I interviewed on Nov 8th as well in the morning and have not heard anything yet!

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7 hours ago, Batman said:

I just accepted a spot into Gannon's PA program! Good luck everyone, hope to see you in August.

Congrats!! Did you get the acceptance yesterday?

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1 hour ago, ProspectivePA17 said:

Has anyone who interviewed and not heard back reached out to the program inquiring about their status?  If so, what did they say? 

I have and they told me that they are interviewing until February/March. Final decisions may not be made until April. At this point kinda just assuming waiting list?

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14 minutes ago, studentpa21 said:

I have and they told me that they are interviewing until February/March. Final decisions may not be made until April. At this point kinda just assuming waiting list?

Thanks for sharing! Kind of assuming the same, but trying to hope for the best!

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25 minutes ago, studentpa21 said:

I have and they told me that they are interviewing until February/March. Final decisions may not be made until April. At this point kinda just assuming waiting list?

Thank you for sharing! The only thing I find weird is it seems no one from November 8th morning session heard back? But I assume same, also hoping for the best! 

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