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Window to accept or reject invitation to attend? [#permalink] New post 08 Nov 2013, 08:57
Does anyone know what the standard window to accept an offer to attend a top program is? I'm having some trouble finding this information and I'm trying to time R2 submissions so that i can have a chance to pick between any offers extended to me rather than having to select one because I'm running out of time. Thanks
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Re: Window to accept or reject invitation to attend? [#permalink] New post 13 Nov 2013, 03:18
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Does anyone know what the standard window to accept an offer to attend a top program is? I'm having some trouble finding this information and I'm trying to time R2 submissions so that i can have a chance to pick between any offers extended to me rather than having to select one because I'm running out of time. Thanks



Hey dude,

There isn't really a "Standard" window, because it depends when you hear from them, but basically, you can expect that you would need to answer them before they release the results of the next round (so if you get an accept in R1, you will not know your R2 results in time). If you wish to elaborate more specifically on your dilemna, I can try and advise you further...

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