emory 2nd look?

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Originally posted by Johnisit1234
does emory have a second look weekend?

Did you not realize it was over-rated on the first look. Only go to Emory if you are from Ga or it is the only school you get in to. I would go to MCG before Emory.
 

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Originally posted by Johnisit1234
does emory have a second look weekend?

I believe they do, but I'm not sure why I got that impression. You can email Erica Black about this (Her Business card's in the packet you get during interview day). She's really personal and nice in her email responses.
 

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Originally posted by CalBeE
I believe they do, but I'm not sure why I got that impression. You can email Erica Black about this (Her Business card's in the packet you get during interview day). She's really personal and nice in her email responses.

Yeah she's really nice :love:
 

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According to my knowledge, there is no second look weekend at Emory. I think that's what Erica Black said during the interview.
 

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i don't think emory has a second look. they have a housing info weekend sometime in june, i think, for those that are matriculating to look at apartments in the area and to meet possible roommates.:rolleyes:
 

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Actually Emory has a 2nd look week but it was sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs ,which is ran by Dr. Bob Lee, and it ran from Wednesday evening to Sunday morning. We were all minorities so I don't know if they have one that is for non-minorities. I did it last year and I was very impressed with the school. All expenses were paid including air fare, meals, lodging and transportation around the city. I almost went to Emory but my state school offered me more money. I still regret that I didn't go because I love Emory and I will probably do my residency there. The people are very nice and Emory has some of the best facilities in the country. Emory has plenty of money and from what I saw it seems that Emory puts it to good use. I don't think Emory is overrated. It is one of the best medical schools in the nation and it deserves every compliment it gets!
 

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Originally posted by LFosterMD07
Actually Emory has a 2nd look week but it was sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Affairs ,which is ran by Dr. Bob Lee, and it ran from Wednesday evening to Sunday morning. We were all minorities so I don't know if they have one that is for non-minorities. I did it last year and I was very impressed with the school. All expenses were paid including air fare, meals, lodging and transportation around the city. I almost went to Emory but my state school offered me more money. I still regret that I didn't go because I love Emory and I will probably do my residency there. The people are very nice and Emory has some of the best facilities in the country. Emory has plenty of money and from what I saw it seems that Emory puts it to good use. I don't think Emory is overrated. It is one of the best medical schools in the nation and it deserves every compliment it gets!

I agree. Emory and Vanderbilt are more well known in the South than in the West Coast and Northeast, so they get relatively less attention.
 

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just curious...i interviewed at emory back in october...and have not heard anything from them since. does this mean my chances of admission are gone? or do they give out most of their acceptances in this last admissions cycle (march 8th)?? i heard that this last one is where they admit the most people...anyone know for sure? thanks!
 

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Originally posted by joker
just curious...i interviewed at emory back in october...and have not heard anything from them since. does this mean my chances of admission are gone? or do they give out most of their acceptances in this last admissions cycle (march 8th)?? i heard that this last one is where they admit the most people...anyone know for sure? thanks!

I'm in the same boat, but I'm chalking it up as a waitlist/rejection...
 
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