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Good luck to everyone applying this cycle 🙂  

Only applied to The University of New Mexico

Verified 05/13/2019 

Stats: 

Registered Vascular Technologist with ARDMS - 5,000 Patient care hours 

Bachelor of University Studies, May 2013: University of New Mexico ;

Associate of Science in Vascular Sonography, August 2015: Jackson College

5000 Volunteer Hours - Be The Match Foundation, F.L.A.G Japanese Exchange Host family for a year, Saint Baldrick's Foundation, United Blood Services....

Post Baccalaureate Science 3.4 

3 Extra Highly recommended courses

6 Publications relating to Volunteer Work as Mrs. New Mexico 

3 Publications relating to professional Movie work

5 International Experience ( South Korea ( currently living), Japan, Thailand, Philippines and Vietnam

 

 

 

 

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Just got my offer letter. I am in complete disbelief. EEEEEEEK!!!!

Uhg the anticipation is killing me  

I also received mine today! Good luck to everyone. 

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@jusjam123 @jtexasb @smile4fun  When you guys click submit, double check to see if a confirmation email will be sent within 24 hours.   I am almost positive I saw this but never received anything.  Good Luck everyone 🙂  We can do it!! 

 

 

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