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Question: How to commit to a job while you're still waiting??

Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by bigwilliel, Mar 27, 2007.

  1. bigwilliel

    bigwilliel 2+ Year Member

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    Nov 5, 2006
    hey guys,

    so i've just about given up hope this application cycle and am planning on reapplying...im so far waitlisted at nova and at boston U...i have a job lined up right now but they want me to commit in writing that i'll stay for at least a year....how do u guys commit to a job while you're still waiting to see if you'll be accepted off the waitlist? thanks in advance :thumbup:
     
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  3. IcemanDDS

    IcemanDDS Dr of Dental Shadowing 10+ Year Member

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    Well, what happens if you commit and then get accepted? Are they going to hunt you down? Its end of March, and the likelihood of acceptance at this point is slim, so I'd commit.
     
  4. Drill2Fill

    Drill2Fill DentalStudentWannabe 5+ Year Member

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    With the odds of getting an admission going down , I would commit.
     
  5. BahamaTodd

    BahamaTodd 2+ Year Member

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    Well its another 1.5 years before you can get into school. So it doesn't seem like working for at least a year would be a problem.
     

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