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brownie85

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hey guys...ive been waitlisted at wayne state..i was just wondering what you guys have heard about wait lists? do most schools ever use the wait list? are theere any stories of people being taken off the wait list? im soo nervous :(
 

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When i went for an interview at wayne, they told me that there are 700 applicants, 190 are interviewed and 100 are accepted. the number of applicants interviewed is decreasing each cycle because many have gotten into their first choice schools and have withdrawn their applicantion, so the number actually interviewed are probably less than 190. When i went for an interview on feb 1, out of the 20 ppls whom they planned on interviewing, 5 withdrew their application and didn't show up for the interview. the waitlist is only 20 ppls long, so there is a very good chance that you will still be accepted. don't worry :)
 
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