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Nsmb123
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Hello everyone I have applied to DMU for child nursing and I had an interview from them two and a half weeks ago and still haven’t heard anything back.
I am only worrying because a couple of my friends have gotten offers but that’s becuase they applied for adult nursing. Is this normal?
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Honestly be patient. Two and a half weeks is literally nothing. This is peak time for most university admission places, the majority of applicants are still waiting for decisions to be made. You’ll kill yourself if you worry about other people getting decisions back, just wait.
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It’s good practice for an interviewer to tell you at the end of the interview WHEN they will let you know the result.

If you’re ever in an interview where they don’t explain this then you should ask it.

Two and a half weeks is a long time. They might have to wait until all interviews are over to make decisions. If you ring up and ask them then they’ll be able to tell you when they expect to make decisions by.
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Hey, its perfectly normal, don't be too worried that you haven't heard back from them. If you want to, you can call DMU maybe and speak to someone just to reassure yourself.
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