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If I withdraw my current MD application...

athlete1188

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    EDIT: The answer to the mhy original question was answered when I looked on the AMCAS application. Once your application has been processed, YOU CANNOT withdraw the application.

    If I withdraw my current application (for 2020 matriculation), would that mean when I apply again it would be considered a "reapplication"? Or is it only a reapplication if you get a rejection from the schools you applied to?
    My AMCAS has already been verified. According to the AMCAS premed calendar, verified applications are getting sent to schools today, June 28, 2019.
     
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    JSReed

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      If I withdraw my current application (for 2020 matriculation), would that mean when I apply again it would be considered a "reapplication"? Or is it only a reapplication if you get a rejection from the schools you applied to?
      My AMCAS has already been verified. According to the AMCAS premed calander, verified applications are getting sent to schools today, June 28, 2019.
      Pretty sure that still counts, but couldn't give you a source
       
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