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does anyone know if interviewing later rather than earlier jeopardizes one's chances of getting in?

also, anyone have the interviewed/accepted stats on duke?
 

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kasha said:
does anyone know if interviewing later rather than earlier jeopardizes one's chances of getting in?

also, anyone have the interviewed/accepted stats on duke?
They are non rolling...it doesn't matter. They interview 16% of those that apply. And the accept about 25% of those that interview. For a grand total acceptance rate of 3.9%
 

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Even at "non-rolling" schools, I'd venture that it's better to interview earlier than later. As the season comes to a close admissions committees can easily get behind, such that applicants who interview later may not get the same degree of consideration at committee meetings as compared to those who interview earlier. Just because a school is "non-rolling" doesn't mean they're refraining from making a decision about you until the end of the season. But every school does it differently, so this may not be true universally.
 
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