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Discussion in 'Pre-Dental' started by LivingAdventure, Mar 1, 2007.
Anyone have an idea when the next ADCOM meeting is and how full their class is?
Their class is full. I'm hoping many people drop...I'm on the waitlist
You and me both. Where are you from?
I just got an acceptance call!!!! It's my first acceptance! There must still be room for you guys out there. Good luck to everyone!
NOVA still has another payment due for people it has accepted in mid april. So some people that intend on going somewhere else are still holding spots at NOVA till the next payment. I know it sucks for people holding spots they don't intend on taking, because they are taking the spots from people like you guys that really care, but that's reality. What to take from this is that there should still be spots opening up in mid-April so don't lose any sleep. . . yet. Good luck to those waiting, hope to see you in the fall.
As for those who do get accepted soon, you should join the Facebook group we have started-NOVA 2011
Congrats! That's awesome...were you on the waiting list before that?
I wish I was in your place
I feel bad for you guys that are about to attend NOVA. Who wants to be in area where its been like 80 and even 90 degrees last week and pretty much all winter long, 10 miles from Ft. lauderdale beach/Beach Place, party central down Las Olas, 5 miles away from the HardRock Casino/Clubs/Bars, and 25 mins from South Beach. I rather go somewhere in the midwest
anyways good luck to all that are still waiting and congrats to all those coming in from out of town.
I had just interviewed February 15th, so no I wasn't on the waitlist.
Chronarch are you attending NOVA? I'm not too familiar with the area, but it sounds like you are.
livingadventure you will have a blast there. ft.lauderdale/miami = mucho hot girls.
It's so expensive tho... How are you guys planning on paying for it all? 44k in tuition/fees for the first year plus and avg of $700 a month for rent... Unless you have rich parents your loans will be closing in on 250k for 4 years right?
That is correct 200K+
How are you all planning to handle that? Straight loans or what? I can't imagine trying to hold a job while in D school.