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The day cometh....AE

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by EW1779, Jan 1, 2002.

  1. EW1779

    EW1779 Senior Member 10+ Year Member

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    Anyone else out there anxiously awaiting the 15th? Anyone have any stories from previous years to ease our anxieties?!!? Of course, if you hear anything, post it!

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  3. altaskier

    altaskier Altaholics Anonymous 92' 7+ Year Member

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    Yeh I wanna know too?


    ps. Did they say that they start mailing acceptances then or acceptances and rejections? Also, what about holds? And is it via mail or email?
     
  4. Dr. Kermit

    Dr. Kermit Senior Member 7+ Year Member

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    I'm revisiting the school this Friday to tour the school again and have lunch with the students. I missed this aspect the last time I was at my actual interview in October since my interview ran over. I'll ask the admissions office, but from what I remember the first time, they start to send out holds and acceptances in early January, but you can be rejected at any time. Also, the only piece of snail mail you'll ever get from Einstein is an offical decision.
     
  5. E'01

    E'01 1K Member 7+ Year Member

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    I'm eagerly awaiting a reply too!! Only two more weeks!
     
  6. doppl

    doppl Member 7+ Year Member

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    From what they told me, the 15th is the first day for acceptance/hold/waitlist. Also, remember that their acceptance comes in a thin envelope so don't dispair if you see one. Good luck all of you.
     
  7. EW1779

    EW1779 Senior Member 10+ Year Member

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    doppl, they told us the same thing about thin envelopes....you weren't there on 10/22 by chance were you??
     

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