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31 Mar 2010, 06:29
Hi,
Yesterday an admission's officer called me up asking some questions. I had submitted my app 3/1 and interviewed 3/6... wonder what it means?
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31 Mar 2010, 09:56
It means they had some questions. The admissions process may seem somewhat random, but they're not trying to send out cryptic messages to you. Take it on its face that they wanted to clear something up and don't lose any sleep over it.
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31 Mar 2010, 10:23
LetsGoMets wrote:
It means they had some questions. The admissions process may seem somewhat random, but they're not trying to send out cryptic messages to you. Take it on its face that they wanted to clear something up and don't lose any sleep over it.

Thanks!!! I'll try not to!
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