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Question re. MSSM acceptance package

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by CADreaming06, Dec 5, 2005.

  1. CADreaming06

    CADreaming06 Senior Member
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    i just got the mt. sinai acceptance package today, and i am unsure what i am committing to by signing the "acceptance acknowledgement" letter. it states "I acknowledge and officially accept your offer of admission . . . " although i would love to go to mt. sinai, i am not ready to committ to it until i have heard from other schools. . . is this how these letters are normally written (this is my first acceptance)?
    thanks,
    CADreaming
     
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  3. DesiMcatAcer

    DesiMcatAcer Senior Member
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    First of all congrats! I dont think you will be comitting as in 100% sure...you can hold multiple acceptances till May 15 I believe...hope it helps
     
  4. princessd3

    princessd3 Senior Member
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    I was wondering the same thing too. I believe it just holds your place in the class. In other words, you're committed for now. You can always give up your seat later. Yeah, I was a little concerned by the wording too but that's just protocol, I guess.
     
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    I was wondering the same thing. I believe it just holds your place in the class. In other words, you're committed for now. You can always give up your seat later. Yeah, I was a little concerned by the wording too but that's just protocol, I guess.
     

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