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1 hour ago, ETfuturePA94 said:

I got the email from MBKU to pay the supplemental fee, but the website they gave me did not work... Did this happen to anyone else?

Yes, I also got an error message. But you should be able to log in with the info they emailed you using the boxes in the top right corner

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On 9/4/2019 at 9:19 AM, ETfuturePA94 said:

I got the email from MBKU to pay the supplemental fee, but the website they gave me did not work... Did this happen to anyone else?

Mine worked perfectly fine!!!

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Did anybody get an interview yet? 

From what I know, they don’t start interviews until November!


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23 hours ago, Mitpa19 said:


From what I know, they don’t start interviews until November!


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but when do they start sending invites!

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22 minutes ago, ThefuturePA said:

but when do they start sending invites!

According to last year’s forum, the invites were sent out in November and the interviews were held in December. I forget where I found it but somewhere on the portal website it says they will be giving more information in November.

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9 hours ago, ThefuturePA said:

but when do they start sending invites!

I just went to the open house they had on Saturday! They send out interview invitations in mid November for a December interview for the applicants who submitted before sept 1 (early consideration). Then more interview invitations will go out starting December for January and Feb interviews. Then they notify of acceptances once everyone has interviewed.

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On 9/4/2019 at 10:38 AM, goldenretriever said:

Yes, I also got an error message. But you should be able to log in with the info they emailed you using the boxes in the top right corner

I kept getting the email and the link would never work, never occurred to me to try the login info first... 😑

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10 hours ago, FloresPA said:

Is it too late to apply? Anyone applying this month?

they arent rolling admissions so you can apply until the deadline!

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11 hours ago, FloresPA said:

Is it too late to apply? Anyone applying this month?

Last year I applied a few days before the deadline and still got an invite so as long as it's before then it should be fine

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12 hours ago, kdavis3742 said:

Last year I applied a few days before the deadline and still got an invite so as long as it's before then it should be fine

Were you wait listed last year?

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