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7 minutes ago, CatLady said:

Not sure if I updated you guys but I spoke to UNB last week. They said the class is full so it’s waitlist at this point. They told me to keep checking my emails since they would ask if people wanted to join it. 

Slim movement tho. 

Waitlist emails were already sent out, so if you haven’t heard back yet, expect either a rejection or to be put on the waitlist later on this summer. Yep, definitely slow moving. Good luck!

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Hi everyone. I’m anxiously wondering if there will be waitlist movement in the next few weeks.

Has anyone been offered a spot that they’ve recently declined?

Thanks in advance for your replies. 😁

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29 minutes ago, clevermoose said:

Hey @leveredge I declined my spot a while ago, I'm guessing that spot has already been reassigned though. 

Thank you for sharing and good luck with whichever school you're going to! Did you happen to decline before June 17th?

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20 minutes ago, leveredge said:

Thank you for sharing and good luck with whichever school you're going to! Did you happen to decline before June 17th?

Yes it was before June 17th. Hope there is some movement on the wait list for you soon :)

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