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April deposits

qnzbabi91

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Hey guys,
Just wondering if putting in your April deposit means you are going to the school for certainty or does it vary with every school?

I think if you pay and you don't go you wasted your money. I know that the schools know where else you are holding spots at in April. If they find out, they can rescind your acceptance depending on the school. My school doesn't require an April deposit though or maybe I didn't get the request yet :shrug:
 
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Toothshucker

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You must submit all the deposits by the date they are due in order to attend a school. You may place deposits at any number of schools if you want to hold multiple seats. In April, the schools will share their list of students with deposits down. If you hold spots at more than one school, they'll contact each other, decide who gets to send you a letter/email and tell you that you have until some date to withdraw from all but one school... or else they all rescind.
 
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