Jul 15, 2013
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I have an interview with a school that uses rolling admissions, and am the 2nd set of interviews I believe (possibly 3rd). Does it increase my chances of getting in based on the idea that there are "x" many spots available, and non have been picked yet? Or will a school only take lets say 5 of the 15 interviewed for a spot? Thanks!
 

NejixRockS

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It helps the people that apply early and its bad for the people that apply later in the cycle. So it's not like they are just picking 5/15 people from the early interview. They will pick as many as they want now. If all 15 applicants did well in the interview, they will pick all 15. They become way more selective later in the cycle, and start wait-listing or declining more people.
 
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