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  1. I doubt that unless they had a lot not at the interview weekend. I know of many people at the interview weekend not accepted. either way, one year really has nothing to do with the other. The year before last, the accepting class was extremely large.
  2. UCSD interviewed around 30 last year and it seems as though less than 10 were accepted but it’s hard to tell for sure (because one only really knows the ones who took the offer)
  3. I got accepted into a dry-lab program with 90% wet lab experience (10% dry lab). With a stats degree, I don't think you'll have any issues as long as you do well on the Q section of the GRE. It can help to take a few bioinformatics classes (machine learning, etc.) if they're offered at your school and at least have a bit of programming experience, whether it's informal, lab work, or a class. I actually consider having a wet-lab background a plus depending on what lab you work in because there are many dry/wet lab combos. As for publications, the value of that is dependent on the program.
  4. I emailed the coordinator for UMass MCB and haven't heard back yet. I have a potential time conflict with a non-interview and wanted to know if they're done or not. However, based on previous years, I don't expect I'll actually get a reply. UMass Chemistry seems to process their applications later because the deadline is later.
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