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maria219

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Hey, I was wondering what accomodations people had during their GT interview. I haven't been able to get in contact with any of the student hosts and my interview is 3 weeks away. If anyone knows a student host or any other ways of staying in the area (I've never been in D.C. nor do I know anyone there) I would be grateful. Thanks
 

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maria219 said:
Hey, I was wondering what accomodations people had during their GT interview. I haven't been able to get in contact with any of the student hosts and my interview is 3 weeks away. If anyone knows a student host or any other ways of staying in the area (I've never been in D.C. nor do I know anyone there) I would be grateful. Thanks
stay at the hotel on campus...its about a 1 minute walk from the med center and the rooms are really nice...plus free HBO if the weather sucks :)
 

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gintien said:
stay at the hotel on campus...its about a 1 minute walk from the med center and the rooms are really nice...plus free HBO if the weather sucks :)
The beds at the GT marriot (conference center) are absolutely amazing!! Some sort of pillow top mattress makes for the best night sleep ever. Wake up, and bam your at the med school.
 
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