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    ASU's deferral policy

    Hi all!
    It has taken an excruciating amount of time to finally hear back from Arizona state about my acceptance. I am quite happy about this but in a way future plans have been changed and I wanted to know if deferrals to grad programs are popular or even possible?

    Thanks!

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    I'd call an advisor. My experience was the school was pretty flexible in the planning program. It was almost like they were desperate.p, but that was back in 06.
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