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I applied mid-May and have still not heard back from them. Still keeping my fingers crossed to hear soon! 



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I have an interview Sept. 16th! I was also told that they go in order of when applications are submitted so the earlier you applied, the earlier you'll hear back. 

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6 hours ago, Kiraso said:

I have an interview Sept. 16th! I was also told that they go in order of when applications are submitted so the earlier you applied, the earlier you'll hear back. 

Congrats on the interview. When did you submit your CASPA application for Hofstra?

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5 hours ago, CathieA said:

Has anyone heard back from the program that applied in May? 

Submitted 5/13 and was received on 5/16. Still waiting to hear back

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On 8/31/2019 at 12:52 PM, Kiraso said:

I have an interview Sept. 16th! I was also told that they go in order of when applications are submitted so the earlier you applied, the earlier you'll hear back. 

What did you think about the MMI style of interviewing?? I'm considering accepting the interview invitation but not really into the whole MMI thing.

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16 minutes ago, SciMed13 said:

What did you think about the MMI style of interviewing?? I'm considering accepting the interview invitation but not really into the whole MMI thing.

I just had an MMI interview at a different school a week ago and was also not a fan going into it. However, it was not as bad as I thought it would be. At the school I interviewed at we had 2 minutes to read the prompt and 6 minutes to do whatever it said to do. The questions for the most part were pretty straight forward, and I didn't feel pressured for time. Hopefully this helps provide some insight!

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I just had an MMI interview at a different school a week ago and was also not a fan going into it. However, it was not as bad as I thought it would be. At the school I interviewed at we had 2 minutes to read the prompt and 6 minutes to do whatever it said to do. The questions for the most part were pretty straight forward, and I didn't feel pressured for time. Hopefully this helps provide some insight!


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1 minute ago, ccallen5 said:

I just had an MMI interview at a different school a week ago and was also not a fan going into it. However, it was not as bad as I thought it would be. At the school I interviewed at we had 2 minutes to read the prompt and 6 minutes to do whatever it said to do. The questions for the most part were pretty straight forward, and I didn't feel pressured for time. Hopefully this helps provide some insight!

Thanks a bunch!! Yeah I'm likely overthinking it, but being presented with a scenario out of the blue sounds a bit intimidating to me! Were they like ethical questions or random things like what type of furniture would you be? haha

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12 minutes ago, SciMed13 said:

Thanks a bunch!! Yeah I'm likely overthinking it, but being presented with a scenario out of the blue sounds a bit intimidating to me! Were they like ethical questions or random things like what type of furniture would you be? haha

Lol, the dumb questions like what furniture/color/tree/etc would you be or who would you save on a sinking boat were why I was stressing about that interview wayyyy more than my others that were traditional interviews. Idk about Hofstra, but where I interviewed at it was mostly more ethical type questions. It was way less awful than I expected. 

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1 minute ago, ccallen5 said:

Lol, the dumb questions like what furniture/color/tree/etc would you be or who would you save on a sinking boat were why I was stressing about that interview wayyyy more than my others that were traditional interviews. Idk about Hofstra, but where I interviewed at it was mostly more ethical type questions. It was way less awful than I expected. 

I see!! Awesome, thank you so much for this info!

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