This is what I dont get about the priority waitlist and AAMPLE: I know Nova offers the AAMPLE program for students who would otherwise not be offered admission and giving them a chance to be admitted if they receive certain marks. I was put on the waitlist and not offered the AAMPLE program. What criteria does the school go by to decide who gets placed on the waitlist and who gets offered the AAMPLE? Which one is considered better? Which ones are considered more qualified applicants, ones who are offered AAMPLE or the waitlist? I understand that with AAMPLE, even though an individual would not have been ordinarily accepted, he still controls his destiny and with hard work they can earn a spot in the freshman class. This is not the case with the waitlist, as I have to hope that a space opens up. Is there a possibility to be offered AAMPLE off of the waitlist? I still donít know which one is considered better, but it seems to me that the AAMPLE gives one a chance to EARN a spot, even though it may be extremely difficult, while with the waitlist, everything is up in the air. If anyone can offer any answers I'd really appreciate it.
Same here, i wish i understood the logic... given the choice i would have taken my chances with aample, because it appears to me that Nova is waitlisting everyone in site. On LSN there are no rejects. So i don't know how many of us are going to clear the waitlist.