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ACCEPTED FROM THE AUGUST 15TH INTERVIEW!  I literally could not hold back the tears, this was my third year applying and I have never felt anything like the excitement I have now.  So excite

I just received a call!!! I got accepted 😭😭🙏🏼 good luck to everyone else!! 🙏🏼

For everyone worrying about whether or not they have been denied, please stop worrying. This school in particular has only sent out two rounds of interviews (July and August) and it is still extremely

36 minutes ago, SB2020 said:

I just got accepted!!  my interview was on 1/16! I was so excited I didn’t grasp too much of the information explained over the phone. How long after the call did you all receive an official acceptance email with instructions for the seat deposit? 

Congrats! I interviewed on 1/16 as well. I wonder if we met that day?  I got the email I think about 4 days after I got the acceptance call.  

 

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1 hour ago, SB2020 said:

I just got accepted!!  my interview was on 1/16! I was so excited I didn’t grasp too much of the information explained over the phone. How long after the call did you all receive an official acceptance email with instructions for the seat deposit? 

Congrats! Any advice for the interview or what you think you did to get accepted? I hope to join you in next year's cohort! 

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23 minutes ago, hab5213 said:

Accepted from the 1/23 interview! Is there already a Facebook group for accepted students? I thought it would be nice to have a group for just PA students so we can connect before!

Congratulations!  Is Drexel your top choice? Here is the Facebook Group I saw listed in a previous comment: https://www.facebook.com/groups/409746259955797/

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2 hours ago, sunny98 said:

I got an invite to interview last week... exciting but It feels so late in the game and I’ve already accepted a seat at UW-La Crosse, which is another great program. Has anyone been through this? I’m so torn whether I should still consider the interview.. any advice?! 

Wow congrats on getting in to UW-La Crosse! Are you coming from Wisconsin to interview? I would still come if you're not 100% certain that you love it there, but if you're paying a lot to fly out to Philly I'm not sure it would be worth it for you. 

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15 hours ago, DaniPA said:

Congrats! Any advice for the interview or what you think you did to get accepted? I hope to join you in next year's cohort! 

I think the biggest part of any interview is being confident and being yourself. I genuinely enjoyed being surrounded by other students and had a great time getting to know everyone! That takes a lot of pressure off you knowing you’re going to later enter an individual interview. If you don’t know what questions they will ask, be prepared to incorporate your answers in another way to ensure you say everything you want them to know about you! 

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