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Double Check on Declining An Offer...

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by TomWestmanRules, May 6, 2007.

  1. TomWestmanRules

    TomWestmanRules MD Supplicant 2+ Year Member

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    Apr 29, 2006
    There are two acceptances I will probably be declining by the end of the week once my mind is made up. Just wanted to double check on something here.

    When I withdraw from those schools, do any agreements I was in the middle of making for things like campus housing and financial aid immediately become null and void with that withdrawal? Or do I have to contact those departments separately? I never signed any dotted lines yet, and definitely never agreed to pay for anything yet.
     
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  3. tkatchev

    tkatchev 2+ Year Member

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    It's definitely a good idea to contact those individual departments and give them a heads up even if you haven't officially signed anything. It's just a professional thing to do.
     
  4. TomWestmanRules

    TomWestmanRules MD Supplicant 2+ Year Member

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    I guess it IS the smart thing to do. Come August, I don't want to get a bill in the mail asking me to pay $45,000 to a school I declined an offer from. :laugh:
     

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