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Hi everyone...I'm a new member to this site and I've found it really helpful! (I wish I learned of it earlier).

But I was wondering if you guys could give me you opinions are on my current situation. I had interviews with all of the California schools (I'm from CA) and have an interview at Midwestern University in Arizona next week. I haven't heard from any of the California schools yet except for Western which I got in. Problem is that I couldn't get into one of the prerequisite courses for Western and I am still waiting for them to see if they would allow me to take it in the summer. So that's kind of iffy.

I'm debating whether I should go to the interview in Arizona or wait for the other CA schools. What do you guys think I should do?
 

needpharmd

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if you got interviews at all of the ca schools and did ok then you'll get into at least one, besides western, for sure.
 

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I would go for the interview. Even if you will most likely get into another CA school, its better to not lose an opportunity just in case. Why take a chance? In the end, it will be your decision where you want to go.
 
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I would go for the interview. Even if you will most likely get into another CA school, its better to not lose an opportunity just in case. Why take a chance? In the end, it will be your decision where you want to go.

I agree! I'd go to the interview just to play it safe. Good luck!
 

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Since there is very little to lose and lots to gain.... I would go to the other interview. It would really suck to lose a year if you had to re-apply. The interview isn't that bad. :)
 

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I agree with everyone- go to that interview and give it all you've got! It'll be great practice AND you know, there is still the possibility of not getting into CA.
 

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i agree. go to the interview just in case. enjoy the nice weather in arizona and catch a giants game in scottsdale if your there once the games have started.
 

jdpharmd?

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Originally posted by azpremed
i agree. go to the interview just in case. enjoy the nice weather in arizona and catch a giants game in scottsdale if your there once the games have started.

Actually that's a good point. I came down here last year around spring training time, and it was difficult to find a cheap hotel in the area. It's not impossible or anything, but you might want to look into it rather quickly just to be sure.
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THANKS everyone!! I think I will go to the interview...i might really like it there!:D
 

calgal03

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THANKS everyone!! I think I will go to the interview...i might really like it there!:D
 

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I agree with everyone that you should go to the interview. Its an opportunity to know more about the school and its environment. From my experience, I had an interview at Nevada (at the time it was not my top choice) and end up really liking the school. So you never know. Good luck!
 

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Think of the Arizona interviews as practice for your California interviews. The more practice you have, the more likely you'll get into your first choice school! Good luck!
 

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Gosh, If I could I would make Arizona my number one choice. Thats not a knock on the CA schools or anything, im really partial to the 3 year program and I really like Midwestern University. I wish I could have gone there sometimes, but I love where I am at!
 
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It's true...I applied to Midwestern-Glendale without real intentions of going there. But my interview experience was awesome, and you can't beat Phoenix weather in March. You'll like it, I promise. :)
 
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