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USC Interview and Decision

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by CSL62485, Mar 6, 2007.

  1. CSL62485

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    Hey guys, I was wondering if anyone else interviewed on or around Jan. 24th. And if so, have you guys heard from them yet? I haven't heard from them yet, and I was wondering if that's a bad thing. Thanks.
     
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    interviewed Jan 17. Called them after 6 weeks, since they said it would be 4-6. They said, hmm, that's odd, should have been done, wait two more weeks.

    Was not happy about that at all. I expect a DING, but who knows.
     
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    Hey guys I wanted to know how long your interview day was at USC...im trying to make my traveling arrangements and i have no clue how long i will be at the interview day..thanks..
     
  4. pennybridge

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    shouldn't go past 3:00~3:30pm
     
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    i had to make a 3p class and called them in advance to schedule my interviews in the morning or early afternoon and they were really good about working with me.
     
  6. ReTry

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    are they done handing out interviews? thanks.
     
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    FYI my first interview wasn't until 1:00 so I didn't have to show up until the lunch/tour. My faculty interview wasn't until 4:00pm. I live close by so it wasn't an issue and maybe they figured that when scheduling me.
    When I got there everyone else had at least one interview in the morning and their second interview around 2. Just keep checking your status page for the interview info. Mine was posted earlier than the website said it would be.
    If you really need to leave by a certain time to catch a flight, call the admissions office and tell them. I'm sure it won't be a problem.
     
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    to the original poster:

    i interviewed in late January and got my final decision back about a week ago.
     
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    I interviewed mid January and was accepted about two weeks later. I was surprised how quick I received a decision.
     
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    Hmmm this is strange...Pennybridge said that they send out decisions in "batches," but it looks like from people who interviewed around the same time that some people get them quickly and some people get them REALLY slowly.... how annoying.
     
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    Its called the postal service.:sleep:
     
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