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I received an interview invite as well! Very excited to interview and looking forward to meeting everyone!! 

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For those who received an interview invitation, has anyone received a date and time when you responded to the RSVP?


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I have not received a date/time yet. I really am hoping for at least 2 weeks notice since It's 7 hours away from me!

Same, I’m 14 hours away!! I was reading that interviews are usually held within a week of the invitation.

I’m just stressing about if they received my confirmation or not. But since you haven’t gotten a response back then I feel a bit better lol.


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I haven't gotten a confirmation that they got my email invitation acceptance. I agree it would have been more professional if they could have given us more confirmation or details. Honestly, the entire email invitation was so different from other invitations. Most of the time they include details about the interview style, time frame, dates, locations, etc. 

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I’m just excited about the interview. Good luck!! Hope to see you there!


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I also got a date of 9/13. Unfortunately I have an interview the same day in Chicago 😞 I wrote back about a possible different date and it seems as if they only have dates on 9/13 and 9/14.

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1 hour ago, emh2012 said:

I’m interviewing the 13th at 1pm! Anyone else have one during that time?

I’m. I’ll be coming from Ohio and was looking for flights but couldn’t find any will have to drive 

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Me! I’ll be coming from Texas and I’ll be driving too. See y’all there. Safe travels!


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There is a holiday inn express I think that is less than a mile from the school. It’s the cheapest I’ve seen at like $99/night.


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On 9/4/2019 at 5:40 AM, SalZuri said:

I will be interviewing on the 14th. Looking forward to seeing everyone there, and best of luck to everyone!

Me as well! See you there!! 

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I am interviewing Sep 12 at 8am. I just need to make sure to park my horse early at the airport, you know how it is over here in Texas lol. Best of luck to everyone! 

 

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Did anyone check their email yet? 

I haven’t gotten an email. Has anyone heard anything?


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They said 1-2 weeks so it's still early. From what I read from previous years, if you check the Self Service website (where you did the supplemental) and check under applications, it should update with your decision (mine still says "Applied" atm).

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Hey guys don’t fret! I’m a member of cohort 5. We had our interviews Sept. 6, 7, and 8 last year I believe and the email about application status change for admitted, waitlisted, and denied didn’t come out until sept. 24. They’re working really hard and it’s a long and thoughtful process! You’ll know soon and good luck! Hope to see you guys in January!

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