Originally posted by Hi There
Does anyone know how the waiting list works? I was told there were no rankings, so how do they pick from there? Thanks
Originally posted by Cooper_Wriston
Send a letter directly to the admissions office, or to Dean Dodson himself. I would send it right around April 7 when more decisions are being made. Send updates with the letter as well, if you have any.
PianoGirl04 said:Hey everyone...I just withdrew from WashU yesterday, so there's at least one spot opening up. I'm sure there be lots more withdrawals when May 15 rolls around, so hang in there! Good luck!
DrJ2B said:Have you decided to go to UPenn? If so, congratulations. You will make a great addition to the School of Medicine. Perhaps, I will see you in the fall if I get off the waitlist!
PianoGirl04 said:Thanks, DrJ! Actually, though, I'm leaning heavily toward Pitt. The more I hear about that school, the more I love it. I'm 98% sure I'll be going to Pitt, and if I do, the spots I'm holding onto at Penn and UVa will open up. I sincerely hope Penn comes to its senses and offers you an acceptance!
DrJ2B said:Thank you so much for the kind words. Pitt will be very happy to have you as a student. How is your semester going? Are you happy to graduate? I cannot wait to leave NYU. It has been increasingly annoying being here.
Love4Radiohead said:Does anyone know if at any point they give any information about relative standing on the waitlist? They say it is not ranked... but there must be some kind of a top half/bottom half...
Going crazy waiting and waiting everyday!