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Interviews, Deferrals, Waitlists, and How to Handle Them

In case you need to have an interview, or are deferred or waitlisted, it is very important that you are proactive. Be prepared so that you maximize your chances of admission.

So now that you did your best at the standardized tests, kept your grades up at high school or college, completed your applications meticulously, and with great hope sent your applications and supplements, what next?

The possible outcomes are: interview, deferral, waitlist, admission, or denial.

Interview

If your college has an alumnus network in your country, it might want you to interview with an alumnus. Several of the Ivies, as well as universities such as MIT, have an extensive network of alumni all over ...

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