You are correct! The curriculum at WesternU is built around teamwork. Each year, you are assigned to a different group of 6-7 people, and it is with these people that you do all of your team-based activities, including team assignments, presentations, and projects. WesternU also is unique in the sense that it offers interprofessional education (IPE), where you work in a team with students from the other health professions on patient cases.I believe they do! I went to one of their preview days and it seems like they place a lot of emphasis on teamwork. Anyone please correct me if I'm wrong!
Congras on your acceptance. I would assume that all accepted students were notified yesterday. Let keep hopingYea I got my acceptance email this morning and I am from the 11/15 interview date. We were told today (Mon) would be the day we hear back so perhaps your acceptance is on the way? No worries
It was your standard test. It has approximately 30 questions and just assessed your ability to think through various scenarios. It is really nothing to be too worried about. You'll do fine. Try to answer as honestly as possible and don't think about your answers too deeply, afterall there is a time limit! Good luckHey...do you mind to share the test format and how was it like???
Because in the world that I live in, not everything is solely about ME. You do realize there are students who are wait-listed (some of which are my friends) and what youre doing is not fair to them nor the other applicants in a similar boat with WesternU as a top choice. So to answer your q, thats why I am "worried" about the playing field, with worried used VERY loosely. Youre being vindictive and we both know it. You arent doing any of this with a good heart or to be helpful, youre doing it out of spite and that's the ugliest part... but do you booboo. You've done it already so at this point, it doesn't matter. Good luck with the rest of this process, its only the beginning...^ You already got accepted... why are you worried about playing field?
Definitely not true! There have been people who get in from alternate position. People will definitely reject their offers and that'll open up more spots for more students.I got placed on hold too. Does anyone know the chances of getting accepted from hold? My friend told me to treat the hold status as a nicer way to say you're rejected..
Did you eventually get in?I applied last year and was put on hold until April or something. Don't fret because it is not as bad being on hold since it is not automatically rejection. People on hold still get accepted or put on alternate list. If you're not fit to the program, they will send you a rejection letter because I don't think they would want to give you false hope by putting you on hold. For now don't worried about it too much (unless it's your first choice), just focus on your current classes or preparing for your next interviews. Best of luck.