According to AADSAS...yea i think i read this too...and don't they have until today or so to make up their mind if not the seat is taken from them?
According to AADSAS...
Applicants holding positions at multiple institutions. [FONT=Arial,Arial]Dental schools participating in AADSAS will report to AADSAS by May 1, the names and identification numbers of candidates who have paid a deposit and/or hold a position in their entering class. After May 5, AADSAS will report to each institution the names of candidates in their entering class who are holding acceptance(s) at additional institutions. Dental schools will have the option of rescinding an offer of admission to candidates who have paid deposits and are holding positions at multiple institutions. Dental schools with candidates holding multiple positions on May 1of the year of admission will give such candidates a minimum 15-day notice if they choose to withdraw them from the entering class. This policy will be evaluated every two years by the ADEA Section of Dental School Admissions Officers to assess its impact on applicants and dental schools and provide applicants a reasonable time-frame to complete their enrollment process. .
[FONT=Arial,Arial]According to this the schools first have to notify double deposit students..
I'm pretty sure they will do it sooner than later. At Columbia the school rep said not only would you be dropped, but your name would be remembered (infering a blacklist).wow minimum of 15 days? all these earlier posts from people made it sound like a max so basically even double deposits could hold up spots until the end of the summer since there's no set date that schools have to force people to choose since this is only a minimum.