abcdzain

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Dec 4, 2007
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if you accept and pay the matriculation fee for say LECOM as an example, do you have to withdraw the rest of your apps?

I am on holdfile at alot of places and i am excited i got into lecom, its just that its so cold up there, and getting into NOVA or Bradenton would be so much better, even VCOM, so i was wondering if i pay the 1500 dollars am i signing my soul or can i back out and lose the 1500?
 

dannyboy1

10+ Year Member
Aug 11, 2008
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Attending Physician
if you accept and pay the matriculation fee for say LECOM as an example, do you have to withdraw the rest of your apps?

I am on holdfile at alot of places and i am excited i got into lecom, its just that its so cold up there, and getting into NOVA or Bradenton would be so much better, even VCOM, so i was wondering if i pay the 1500 dollars am i signing my soul or can i back out and lose the 1500?
you can definitly back out. DO schools dont even have a may 15 deadline like MD schools do.
 

Semicolon

OMS II
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Dec 5, 2008
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Medical Student
if you accept and pay the matriculation fee for say LECOM as an example, do you have to withdraw the rest of your apps?

I am on holdfile at alot of places and i am excited i got into lecom, its just that its so cold up there, and getting into NOVA or Bradenton would be so much better, even VCOM, so i was wondering if i pay the 1500 dollars am i signing my soul or can i back out and lose the 1500?
You don't need to withdraw any of your applications; you're just saving your seat. If you choose another school to attend later on, you can back out (you should just let the school know you are).
 
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