Don't give up just yet ) It's not over until it's over! Also, I filled out the aid and submitted yesterday...my mom is very organized with her taxes so it was mostly just a matter of me making some copies and faxing over.I'm with applepie, I've pretty much taken my deferred decision as a soft R and have started on my next app. Did any other deferred applicants fill out financial aid/is it worth it at this point?
Applicants holding more than one acceptance must let the AAMC (and all schools where they hold acceptances) know whether or not they will matriculate by April 30, restricting each student to only one acceptance. Applicants can hold that single acceptance in addition to as many waitlists as they want beyond April 30. Because many students will drop acceptances on April 30, there is projected to be some waitlist movement at many schools after April 30. Deferred/waitlisted students should hear soon after this deadline.Someone mentioned we'd know the first week of May, but wouldn't it make sense to let applicants know before the April deadline? Or does that not matter for deferred candidates?
Right...that's what I am wondering too. It's unlikely, but it would just be nice if they were consistent with acronyms and such.Is it possible that this is just the rejection for TUSM (normal/Boston track)? I never did hear from them... (holding onto any hope I can but recognize this is probs an R for Maine Track too). Agree it's weird deferral came from MMC-TUSM..
I only ended up going to the reception because I worked all day lol, but it was very chill, everyone was super nice, current students seemed to love it and 4th years were thrilled with their matches. Dean Neumeyer gave a brief (funny) speech about making choices. Made me excited about going!Would anyone be willing to give a recap of second look day?? Out of the country and wasn't able to go ((