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On 8/7/2019 at 1:43 PM, bg776 said:

Just got an interview invite for September 13th!


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Did your email come from @webadmit address or did you receive it directly from the school? I had the worst luck with not receiving webadmit emails so far!

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Hello! I applied/was verified 2 weeks ago and got an email in regards to making sure the prereqs were done and they will check theyre complete before reviewing the application. My question is, will I be notified when I’m under faculty review or will I only be notified if I get an interview? Thanks!

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9 minutes ago, Conn1997 said:

Interview October 18!! Any tips from the September 13th group??

Just be yourself! They really stress that during the whole process, it is more about them wanting to get to know you as a person. I know it's hard to go in relaxed, but just know they aren't trying to trick you or anything. It was a great experience! 

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