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Discussion in 'Medical Students - MD' started by EW1779, Oct 9, 2001.

  1. EW1779

    EW1779 Senior Member
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    Here's one I haven't seen asked before...

    After your interviews, how long did it take to find out you were accepted? Any info about the following schools would be particularly appreciated... ;)

    UB UVa
    Upstate MCV/VCU
    Albany Pitt
    U Michigan Penn State
    Case Western Stony Brook
    OSU Mount Sinai
    NYMC Boston U
    AECOM U of Rochester

    Thanks guys, this will really help!!!

    :D :D :D
     
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  3. AJM

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    For UB, Upstate, and Stony Brook -- I interviewed at all of them around November/December and I think I found out 2-3 weeks later. They worked pretty quickly. I know at UB, the adcoms interview you, and then at the end of the day they all meet together and make their admissions decisions about the group that interviewed that day. So UB's notification is REALLY fast (unless they've changed how they do things).
     
  4. pcl

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    CWRU: 2 months. Although my roomate only waited about 6 weeks.

    Umich: About a month

    The longest school was Vanderbilt, which took about three months after the interview.
     
  5. jdub

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    hello,

    i am not even in school yet, but i know that the amount of time it takes adcoms to get back to people after their interview is different at every school. it also depends on the time of year too.

    i think most schools get back to people within two or three weeks, but this could just be some acknowlegdement that they are an "acceptable canidate" or maybe even a rejection. some people will get accepted right away, others won't know for sure until school starts the following year.
     
  6. gabbers22

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    Hey Jdub...
    does alaska even have a medical school? and are there alot of premed students at the University there?
    thanks...just wondering.
     
  7. AJM

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    University of Washington is Alaska's "state school". There are a bunch of western states that don't have any state med schools (Montana, Idaho, Alaska, etc), so they've grouped themselves together and came up with some kind of agreement with UDub. Students/applicants from those states are treated as in-state residents for UDub's admissions process and also for tuition payments.
     
  8. tonem

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    Pitt won't let you know until the end of Feb.
     

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