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5 hours ago, a1023 said:

For those of you who got the email saying you're still being considered, did you apply before the priority deadline on September 1?

Yes, I applied before the priority deadline.

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6 hours ago, nataliegovea said:

I didn’t get anything, I’m assuming that means I’m not being considered for the second round either

Check your junk email. Mine went there 

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I did not meet the priority deadline, but since they don't do rolling admissions, I'm guessing those of us later applicants might still receive an invite in December? I hope so. I wish class sizes were larger and we could all be accepted. 

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I am assuming that the email stating 'you are still being considered for review and interview' is for applications who submitted before Sept 1st.

And those of us who applied after Sept 1st won't receive any emails until the next round of interview invites in December?

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2 hours ago, Pa98173jd said:

I got the same email but I applied way after September 1st. So, I was shook reading the email lol

So you did not meet the priority deadline. I did not either, but I haven't heard anything since they acknowledged receiving my application.... hope there's still a chance for an invite. Best wishes to you- that's got to be a good sign! 

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On 11/24/2019 at 7:05 AM, cajo6528 said:

I am assuming that the email stating 'you are still being considered for review and interview' is for applications who submitted before Sept 1st.

And those of us who applied after Sept 1st won't receive any emails until the next round of interview invites in December?

Did you receive an email about your applications being considered for next round of interviews? Don’t lose hope! The cycle ain’t over yet 😁

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8 minutes ago, MikePA said:

Hi everyone!

 I got invited for an interview this Saturday at 9 am. Who else is going? I am very excited to meet all of you.

Hi, did you apply before the priority deadline?

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14 hours ago, MikePA said:

Hi everyone!

 I got invited for an interview this Saturday at 9 am. Who else is going? I am very excited to meet all of you.

Hi @MikePA! I will see you there ☺️

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19 hours ago, MikePA said:

Hi everyone!

 I got invited for an interview this Saturday at 9 am. Who else is going? I am very excited to meet all of you.

I'll see you there as well!! 😊

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On 12/4/2019 at 4:45 PM, MikePA said:

Hi everyone!

 I got invited for an interview this Saturday at 9 am. Who else is going? I am very excited to meet all of you.

Excited to meet everyone!!

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3 hours ago, Mourningblossom said:

Anyone receive acceptances so far?

I thought they were waiting until after the next round of interviews, but it appears that they might be sending some out now.

Nope. Still waiting.

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I just got the call from Sandra Fineman....I'm going to be a MBKU student! I am still shaking. Good luck to everyone and I cannot wait to meet my future classmates!

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18 minutes ago, ajones said:

I just got the call from Sandra Fineman....I'm going to be a MBKU student! I am still shaking. Good to luck to everyone and I cannot wait to meet my future classmates!

Woah, just now??

Congrats on being accepted!

I'll leave my ringtone on and pray!

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2 hours ago, ajones said:

I just got the call from Sandra Fineman....I'm going to be a MBKU student! I am still shaking. Good to luck to everyone and I cannot wait to meet my future classmates!

That was fast. Congrats man! :)

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2 hours ago, Mourningblossom said:

Woah, just now??

Congrats on being accepted!

I'll leave my ringtone on and pray!

 

6 minutes ago, MikePA said:

That was fast. Congrats man! 🙂

Thank you so much!! 🙂 I wish you the best of luck!!

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22 minutes ago, SunnyPA said:

Just received the best Christmas present ever, I am going to be an MBKU PA student!! I could not be happier!! 

Congrats!!! When did you receive the call??

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