Midwestern CCP or CPG?

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I'm deciding which school to apply to. I don't want to apply to both because I want to limit myself to so many rolling schools at this time of the application cycle. Does anyone have an idea of which school has more open seats remaining? It seems like a lot of people have already been accepted to CPG, but I'm not entirely sure. Thanks.

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Entering class size for CPG is approximately 133 and CCP is 200. I believe they have similar interview schedules, but the committees meet more frequently at CPG, because Ive noticed they notify students of their acceptances much earlier. Also, CPG begins in June, while CCP in September.

CCP told us they interview around 700, accept 400 and matriculate approx. 200 students. Hope this helps.
 
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Entering class size for CPG is approximately 133 and CCP is 200. I believe they have similar interview schedules, but the committees meet more frequently at CPG, because Ive noticed they notify students of their acceptances much earlier. Also, CPG begins in June, while CCP in September.

CCP told us they interview around 700, accept 400 and matriculate approx. 200 students. Hope this helps.

A lot! Thanks! I was leaning toward CCP, too :laugh:
 
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