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Well....Here it goes 2019 application cycle! Good luck to everyone...

 

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Did Anyone here get a confirmation email from the program? My CASPA is submitted and verified. 

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Did anyone else here that unless you have a 3.6, they will not look at you?

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I submitted my application/it was verified by CASPA in May. I received an email this morning confirming my application was received and complete. It said applications are reviewed in October and interview invites go out mid November

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On 7/2/2019 at 2:12 PM, kimmy said:

Did anyone else here that unless you have a 3.6, they will not look at you?

I have not. Where did you hear that? Their minimum GPA online is 3.2

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On 9/4/2019 at 11:12 AM, quoiaa1 said:

Do they have rolling admissions? Is it too late to apply?

i don't think they do. A lot of us haven't heard back, and it's because I believe they will be reviewing our applications after the October deadline. 

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3 hours ago, miche12x said:

i don't think they do. A lot of us haven't heard back, and it's because I believe they will be reviewing our applications after the October deadline. 

^^ what miche12x said! They interview lateee y’all. We got tiiiime

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