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Applied ED Part Time...Changed to decision rendered today. Super-splitter with 173 LSAT and 2.6X UGPA. Have not received any email yet. Has anyone through past experiences seen if this is good/bad/indifferent news? I could see my numbers being an admit, waitlist, or reject so it's really quite the roulette game. Just curious to see what people have seen in the past from this point in the process forward.
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All you have to do is try logging in to the Admitted Students Page, and click No Password. If it gives you a password and lets you in, you're good. If not, you're either WL or rejected. At least this is how it works for FT applicants, someone feel free to correct me if PT is different.
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NUMB3RFIFTY wrote:Lemme see...
You're in bro, congratulations.
Not to rain on your parade, but you shouldn't start partying yet. Georgetown often takes a day or two to send out waitlist/rejection emails after a DR status. Go check out the Georgetown 2013/14 thread.
The Admitted Student's website is the easiest way to tell if you're in after a DR, short of receiving the snailmail letter. As the previous poster said, go there and request a username/password. If you get one, you are in. If you don't, you probably aren't, but it's also not definitive. There have been a couple of cases where the Admitted Student's site wasn't updated promptly. Again, go check out the Georgetown thread where all of this stuff is being hashed out.
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