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I interviewed in mid-August.  At this time, I have not yet received an offer of acceptance nor a rejection.  In my interview, I was told that the program assigns a numerical score to each individual a

I received an acceptance yesterday! I am so excited! Congratulations to those also accepted! Good luck to those still waiting to hear back. Do not become discouraged. Good things come to those th

Yeah I just got mine too!!

7 hours ago, rhudy42 said:

That’s awesome! What was the interview like? Good luck!!

Thanks! It was two interviewers who asked like 10 questions they ask everyone, then a few questions personal to your application, then you get to ask them questions. It was like 40 minutes long, but you get a whole hour slot. It was virtual. 

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1 hour ago, Imani said:

Thanks! It was two interviewers who asked like 10 questions they ask everyone, then a few questions personal to your application, then you get to ask them questions. It was like 40 minutes long, but you get a whole hour slot. It was virtual. 

Awesome. Thank you! If you don’t mind me asking was it an individual interview or group?

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On 7/11/2020 at 9:57 PM, Imani said:

Thanks! It was two interviewers who asked like 10 questions they ask everyone, then a few questions personal to your application, then you get to ask them questions. It was like 40 minutes long, but you get a whole hour slot. It was virtual. 

Congrats! How long did they tell you in advance that you would be getting an interview? 

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22 hours ago, jmiran01 said:

I signed up for this Friday.... did they email a link for the interview prior to? because I Have not seen anything other than scheduling it

Yes, you’ll get it today if you haven’t gotten it already

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1 hour ago, PrePAneb said:

Congrats! How long did they tell you in advance that you would be getting an interview? 

They emailed 4 days before my interview the offer. I had the day off and had no plans so I just decided to do it then. They have interviews every Friday this month that I could have signed up for. 

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2 hours ago, rhudy42 said:

Were you surprised by any of the questions or would you say they were pretty general?

Sis, I would love to help you, but you are also my direct competition, so if I post too much, I am just hurting my own chances. I'll just say that this is a pretty laid back interview so take that as you will 😉. Good luck!!

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