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Waitlisted at Drexel, When Should I Hear Something?

Discussion in 'Pre-Medical - MD' started by heelamongwolves, Mar 28, 2007.

  1. heelamongwolves

    heelamongwolves A (Tar)Heel Among Wolves 2+ Year Member

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    So I have been recently waitlisted at Drexel. To anyone else who has been waitlisted and heard something, how long did it take you to hear something after being waitlisted and was it good or bad?

    Cheers
    A Heel Among Wolves
     
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  3. lakersbaby

    lakersbaby 10+ Year Member

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    if you dont mind me asking what were your stats?
     
  4. heelamongwolves

    heelamongwolves A (Tar)Heel Among Wolves 2+ Year Member

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    Undergrad, UNC-Chapel Hill B.S. Bio Overall GPA 3.0
    Graduate, N.C. State, Masters of Physiology GPA 3.96
    Tons of medical and non-medical servicework
     
  5. Robizzle

    Robizzle 1K Member 2+ Year Member

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    WL'd December, have heard nothing since.
     
  6. ncbabyblue717

    ncbabyblue717 2+ Year Member

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    I actually called the Admissions Office this morning after a talk with my pre-med advisor. Here's what I gathered from the nice lady with whom I spoke:

    1) Waitlist movement usually begins around mid-April ( a bit earlier than other schools, it seems).

    2) Waiting list is ranked, so additional updates probably won't really affect your chances. However, the lady said that if I really wanted to send something in, it probably couldn't hurt.

    3) They cannot reveal where you are on the ranked waiting list.
     
  7. heelamongwolves

    heelamongwolves A (Tar)Heel Among Wolves 2+ Year Member

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    Has anyone else heard that wait list movement really picks up around mid april?
     

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