Can you add more medical schools after submitting amcas?
Yes! You can submit your AMCAS to one or more schools, and later you can log back in to add additional schools. This works really well if you’re waiting on an MCAT score to come in. You can apply to 1 school, get your application verified, and then add the additional schools immediately once you get your new score.
Can you accept more than one medical school offer?
For AAMC schools, you can hold more than one acceptance, continue to interview with other medical schools, and remain on alternate/waitlists up until April 30. Ap: On or by April 15, the AAMC asks you to narrow your acceptances to three schools or less, and withdraw acceptances from any others.
Is being waitlisted a bad thing?
Getting waitlisted at a college certainly isn’t a bad thing—your application was good enough to not get rejected! —but it’s definitely an uncomfortable place to be. After all, when you’re on the college waitlist, you don’t know whether you’ll be admitted or not, and that alone is anxiety-inducing.
How can I increase my chances of getting off the waitlist?
Getting Off the WaitlistDon’t Take “Waitlist” Literally. Don’t wait to take action! Think It Over. Before contacting any colleges that have waitlisted you, take some time to consider whether you still want to attend the school. Enroll at Your Second-Choice College. Reiterate Your Desire to Attend. Give Updates. Stay in Touch. Keep Up Your Grades.
Should I accept waitlist offer?
Whether you receive an offer via early decision/action, regular admissions, or off the waitlist — an offer’s an offer! If you are waitlisted and then offered a spot — you should accept it IF it is still the number one place that you’d like to attend. Be sure to ask about your financial aid package, however!