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mikey1984

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Sep 10, 2008
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Atlanta, GA
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Hi

Basically I have been accepted in a school that I would like to go to. However I got an interview invite from a school that is lower on my list of schools want to go.
I was wondering what is the best way to let the school know that I want to give up the interview spot and withdraw my application?
should I just write an email to the dead of admissions?

Thanks
 

diosa428

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Feb 24, 2005
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Hi

Basically I have been accepted in a school that I would like to go to. However I got an interview invite from a school that is lower on my list of schools want to go.
I was wondering what is the best way to let the school know that I want to give up the interview spot and withdraw my application?
should I just write an email to the dead of admissions?

Thanks
I would call the admissions office and ask the secretary what you should do.
 

Pedsbro

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Apr 7, 2008
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Hi

Basically I have been accepted in a school that I would like to go to. However I got an interview invite from a school that is lower on my list of schools want to go.
I was wondering what is the best way to let the school know that I want to give up the interview spot and withdraw my application?
should I just write an email to the dead of admissions?

Thanks
Well I would write to the Dean of Admissions, rather than the Dead of Admissions, but either one should suffice:D. No seriously, you have it right. I just did the same thing for Creighton's invite, which came right after my acceptance to a school higher on my list. In the email, I said something like "While I am grateful for the opportunity, I respectfully decline the invitation to interview and ask that my 2009 application to ____ School of Medicine be withdrawn."
 
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