Originally Posted by mybubbles627
On my day I remember them telling us that
1) They usually interview about 550+ people but due to the new MMI system they would only interview about 500.
2) They also said that because of the new MMI process the majority of applicants would be placed on hold at the beginning so they could get an idea of numbers and scores.
3) The wait list would be 120-200 people.
4) In the past if you were placed on hold you would remain on hold till May, but because of this new system if placed on hold you could hear anytime from being put on hold till May.
5) About 225-250 TOTAL acceptance offers depending on wait list movement.
If only 120-200 people are placed on hold post interview, are you saying they said the rest are accepted or rejected post interview? Or are you saying that the wait list will be 120-200 people, cause that's what I remember being told. I know that last year if you were placed on hold post interview, it didn't guarantee a wait list spot. I may be interpreting wrong but it sound like you are saying anyone on hold post interview is wait listed which doesn't seem quite right to me. Can you maybe clarify a little what you meant?
Yes, sorry, I meant that 120-200 would be ranked on a waitlist after being placed on hold; I assume not everyone placed on hold will be ranked.