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Missing calls?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by mellybean, Mar 7, 2007.

  1. mellybean

    mellybean 5+ Year Member

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    If for some reason you miss (or accidentally hang up on) an acceptance call, would that have an adverse effect on your applicant status? :confused:
     
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  3. NCF145

    NCF145 Not Politically Correct 7+ Year Member

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    no
     
  4. Pancho Villa

    Pancho Villa Senior Member 2+ Year Member

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    acceptance calls are usually just a formality. the real goods are in the packet that you receive in the mail.
     
  5. Darkshooter326

    Darkshooter326 Senior Member 5+ Year Member

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    How would missing a call affect your status if you've been accepted? A phone call is simply a means to notify you, in addition to the packet. If you feel bad for missing the call, email them.
     
  6. NCF145

    NCF145 Not Politically Correct 7+ Year Member

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  7. Tired Pigeon

    Tired Pigeon 7+ Year Member

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    I'm curious what happened to make this question come up?
     
  8. hlchess

    hlchess 10+ Year Member

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    What if you are accepted off the waitlist? I heard that they call you and ask you if you want the spot. I'm a little worried because I don't have reception during the day when I work.
     
  9. NCF145

    NCF145 Not Politically Correct 7+ Year Member

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    I would assume they would leave a message and/or send you an email.
     
  10. NN11

    NN11 7+ Year Member

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    Change your greeting to say that the best way to get in touch with you is to leave a message and that you check your messages several times a day.
     

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