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What is the typical timeline for interview offers?

Piglet2020

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I submitted my secondaries during the 2nd to last week of July, verified/complete status around 7/31. No word since then. In past years, when do interview offers usually come in? After Labor day? I only received 1 interview offer so far., OOS school Thanks.

(Asking specifically for UMD, Georgetown, GW, JHU, NYMC, PA schools, VA schools, Rosalind Franklin, BU, Case Western).
 
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Another good place to look is MDApps. Some people list their II dates, which can be really helpful. Seeing a few whole (successful) cycles laid out start to finish can give you a sense of perspective and hope. For example, a few days ago I read an Mdapps page of a guy from a few cycles ago who had a 3.7x and 520ish who didn't get any interviews until September, had many rejections, got a Yale interview in January, waitlisted at Yale, accepted to Yale in may, and matriculated there. You just never know. I still check my email every half hour, though. ;)
 
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Piglet2020

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Another good place to look is MDApps. Some people list their II dates, which can be really helpful. Seeing a few whole (successful) cycles laid out start to finish can give you a sense of perspective and hope. For example, a few days ago I read an Mdapps page of a guy from a few cycles ago who had a 3.7x and 520ish who didn't get any interviews until September, had many rejections, got a Yale interview in January, waitlisted at Yale, accepted to Yale in may, and matriculated there. You just never know. I still check my email every half hour, though. ;)

Haha thanks. Being a neurotic pre-med, so do I. Thanks for the helpful links everyone.
 
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