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Hello,

Caspa Submitted & Verify: May 8, 2019

And today 06/07/19 received this: Thank you for your interest in and application to the Quinnipiac University Physician Assistant program.  This email confirms that we have received your CASPA application and it is currently under review.

BEST OF LUCK TO ALL 🙌

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On 6/7/2019 at 10:11 PM, Cristo26! said:

Hello,

Caspa Submitted & Verify: May 8, 2019

And today 06/07/19 received this: Thank you for your interest in and application to the Quinnipiac University Physician Assistant program.  This email confirms that we have received your CASPA application and it is currently under review.

BEST OF LUCK TO ALL 🙌

I received the same email today. 

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When I received the a verification email they stated: September – November:  Interviews held on the North Haven campus. If accepted after an interview, you will be notified as early as two weeks post interview to as late as February.  To hold your seat in the class, a five hundred dollar matriculation deposit is due within two weeks of acceptance

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Hi everybody!

I just received an email for an interview invitation for September 6th! Good luck all and I hope to be meeting some of you on interview day!

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16 hours ago, Cristo26! said:

Hello 👋,

I received an interview invites today for September 6th . I am coming from NY. Looking forward to meet you guys! 

Congrats! When did you get verification email ? 

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MY STAT At The Time I Submitted My CASPA On MAY 8th, 2019

cGPA 3.59

sGPA 3.54

HCE 6,040 hours (Medical Lab Technologist, Adult/Pediatric Emergency Room Volunteer, Nursing Home Volunteer)                

PCE 2,686 hours (CNA. PCT, EMT, Medical Mission Trip)                                                                                                           

 Community Services 360 (NY Cares)                                                                                                                                                                    PA Shadowing 176 hours

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On ‎8‎/‎1‎/‎2019 at 12:45 PM, kkay113 said:

Is this school rolling admissions 

Yes, this school is rolling admissions

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On 8/1/2019 at 4:22 PM, Cristo26! said:

Hello 👋,

I received an interview invites today for September 6th . I am coming from NY. Looking forward to meet you guys! 

I also received interview invitation for September 6th today. I’ll surely see you there!

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On 8/1/2019 at 12:45 PM, kkay113 said:

Is this school rolling admissions 

Yes it is. They reserve a max of 5 spots per interview cycle, that does not mean that they will select 5 students though.

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On 8/6/2019 at 1:48 PM, Nine7Sicks said:

Yes it is. They reserve a max of 5 spots per interview cycle, that does not mean that they will select 5 students though.

Can you explain this further? 

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On 8/1/2019 at 4:12 PM, rkergo said:

Hi everybody!

I just received an email for an interview invitation for September 6th! Good luck all and I hope to be meeting some of you on interview day!

 

On 8/1/2019 at 4:22 PM, Cristo26! said:

Hello 👋,

I received an interview invites today for September 6th . I am coming from NY. Looking forward to meet you guys! 

 

On 8/2/2019 at 9:04 AM, mcdiet18 said:

Interview Invite received yesterday for Sept. 6th! Looking forward to it!

 

On 8/5/2019 at 10:55 PM, denkuf said:

I also received interview invitation for September 6th today. I’ll surely see you there!

Hi! Did your interview 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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On 8/14/2019 at 7:20 PM, NikPA said:

 

 

 

Hi! Did your interview 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!😖

Hey, I received my invite directly from an @webadmit address!

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Congratulations to all who have received an interview invites. I received one for Sept 6. I am thinking to decline  it because I got into one of my top choice DREXEL University. Hopes this open an interview spot for someone who dream to be accepted into Quinnipiac. Good luck 👍 

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4 hours ago, Wendyg said:

Hey everyone! I received an interview invite today for September 28th!! Super excited 🙂

Best of luck to everyone!!

Hi,

how long after you applied did you receive an interview invite ? Also did they email you confirming your application is under review ? 

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