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erinl2

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Received an offer today at 9:47 (CDT)

I will be accepting.

 

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7 hours ago, Minimum said:

Received an offer today at 9:47 (CDT)

I will be accepting.

 

Congrats. I didn't think they'd be sending out offers this late with only ~2 weeks to start. 

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14 hours ago, Minimum said:

Received an offer today at 9:47 (CDT)

I will be accepting.

 

Congratulations!

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On 8/25/2020 at 10:11 AM, Minimum said:

Received an offer today at 9:47 (CDT)

I will be accepting.

 

Where on the Manitoba list were you?

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So, this is pretty wild, but I got in today because two people dropped out due to Covid-19.

I was #17 on the Manitoba waitlist. #107 on the standard waitlist. 72.61 index score.

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