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15+ Year Member
Sep 30, 2003
San Jose, CA
Just thought this was funny:

Apparently our app fees aren't covering too much at some med schools, as I recently received a rejection letter (small envelope), connected to another rejection letter to someone in socal. Perhaps this is a new way to save on "processing fees"? I notified the admissions office, should be interesting to see what they do (I doubt they will care at all).

I'm mostly worried about the applicant receiving timely notice, but I figure if they are interested they will contact the school on their own to learn of their rejection.

For everyone who never hears from a school, though, this may be why: someone else is holding your rejection :laugh:

The fun continues...


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15+ Year Member
Dec 14, 2003
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That has happened to me before, but it wasn't for med school decision letters...it was for some advertisement or something. Somehow the two letters just got stuck together.
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