Humm, haven't received mine yet. I don't think many invitations were sent out after February 1st according to past years' threads?
 
I had my interview earlier today. I feel it went very well. The panel was super kind and enjoyable. All questions seemed heavily tailored to me so I’d assume the same would be true for anyone else. Best of luck to everyone!
 
We're interviewing USC again. Do you have any questions for them? Post them in thread linked below.

 
Has anyone else received interview invitations in mid Feb? I think it's pretty hard to find information regarding peter stark program this year. Do I have to hold off if I haven't received any invitations yet?
 
Has anyone else received interview invitations in mid Feb? I think it's pretty hard to find information regarding peter stark program this year. Do I have to hold off if I haven't received any invitations yet?
received nothing and I think that's it for this year? It is pretty weird compared to past years...I emailed the stark admission but didn't hear anything back.
 
received nothing and I think that's it for this year? It is pretty weird compared to past years...I emailed the stark admission but didn't hear anything back.
what did you send an email for? The last time I contacted with the starky admission team regarding my additional supplements was in early jan. Frankly, I hope there are few more invitation they give for us. And from the last starky thread, Ive seen some got accepted w/o interview procedures
 
Hi everyone! I saw that some USC programs already sent acceptance letters previous week. Maybe this week we will hear from Producing :)
 
They said mid-March in my interview.
I asked to confirm the March 15 date for notifications and they said yes but also that they’re aiming to do it earlier (they said ‘perhaps the week before/early March’). I’d be shocked it if was this week but could be as early as next week with that in mind.

Either way, I’m mentally set on March 15 so I don’t go insane checking every few minutes :)

For those of you that interviewed, how are you feeling? Anyone apply to other schools/programs too? Just this program for me!
 
Does anyone know how many people who get interviews get accepted/waitlisted/rejected?
I was told 40-60 people interview and 24 are selected. Waitlist isn’t long (didn’t specify) but without fail, 5-10 people are pulled from it every year for various reasons. They made a point to say last year 2 waitlisted people were added right before classes began (they were both LA locals). No idea how many rejections there are besides knowing that ‘several hundred’ apply.

Also, the waitlist isn’t numbered. They told me they curate the cohort for maximum collaboration so they pull from the waitlist based on the specific person that dropped out to ensure that maximum collaboration is maintained.

If anyone else learned anything different/additional, please share :)
 
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