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- Mar 12, 2013
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Are you deferring matriculation at other programs too?I won't get into the background, but basically, I just interviewed with a program that I thought I would like, but my interview experience made me dislike it very much. However, were I to be offered an acceptance (very much hypothetical), I would still be willing to attend IF the program allows me to defer my matriculation by 1 year. If they don't allow this, I would turn down my hypothetical offer of acceptance.
So, my question is, should I withdraw my application now, before a final decision is rendered? Or should I wait to see if I receive an offer of acceptance, and then only decline if they cannot grant me permission to defer matriculation? For context, I currently have no other acceptances.
Do you want to go to medical school? If so, the answer is easy since you don't have any other acceptances. No, don't withdraw.