No. I called on Thursday and I spoke with Suzan (I think that was her name), one of the recruitment councelors, and she said the list was very long and that they wouldn't start considering moving people till after May 15.Originally posted by lyragrl
Did you get your campus assignment switched? I'm withdrawing from UIC soon--I wish I could stipulate that you get my spot in Chi-town!
That's interesting. I put Peoria as my 2nd or 3rd choice and Rockford as my last choice and got Rockford anyway. I filled out my card and sent it in around Jan 20. Does any one know how UIC assigns people? Were they just BS-ing us at the interview when they said it was purely a first-come-first-serve basis?Originally posted by kiernin
I interviewed Jan 21, got accepted Mar 2, sent back the card right away requesting Chicago as my first choice, and got assigned to Peoria.
Rockford: MCAT 33-O, GPA 3.72, out of state, Interview 12/22, Accepted 1/20 (can't remember exact date), sent card in 1/20 (day I was accepted).GBFKicks said:Do you think that UIC might do it by stats? I know that most people that get Urbana do research, so people that get assigned to Urbana may have done a lot of research. Do you think MCATs and your GPA, etc... plays a role in campus assignment?
If any of you guys could post your stats, then we could compare them. I have a feeling that stats do play a role in this, though.
skiz knot said:When did you guys submit your application?
That sucks.... good luck, hopefully you find something out in the next couple of daysskiz knot said:I was told it was very unlikely that any decisions would be made before the 15th, in other words, too late.
Only if you or your spouse pays substantial income taxes during M1 otherwise no one would be considered "out of state" after the first year.ayo302 said:peoria ... low stats, out-of-state, interviewed 1/6, accepted 3/2
financial aid is not pretty...
does anyone know if fin. aid will consider you as in-state after M1?