TTRansfer wrote:TransKing20 wrote:TTRansfer wrote:TransKing20 wrote:You don't think that they are waiting for the acceptance letters to reach the people who got in before they start notifying everyone else if they got deferred etc.? This would make sense. I think in the last few years the first wave got in and then a week later emails were sent to others on the list about being deferred. This like last year is all speculation but it makes sense. It is very plausible that many more people will get in for EA later though. Suspense is killing me too.
Yeah, but I'd assume that the acceptances would have had their status changed as per the last few years. I would find it odd for them to just completely change their system for no real reason, ya know? Would not make all that much sense.
What do you mean? How was it before? So you think out of the people who had gotten the date change may have gotten deferred etc? Isn't easier doing it all in one shot or accepting people early on... I mean they did have our applications for a very long time. I think GW also gave all their acceptances on one day and then most other people are still waiting having heard nothing.
Well, last year and the year before people had gotten some notice by the date change. It seemed to represent a good thing. This year, looking at the numbers, it would SEEM to represent the opposite. Yet at the same time, I haven't bothered to really look at the numbers of people who got the date update last year so I can't really say if today is good or bad.
Anecdotal evidence would make it seem like it's a good thing based on precedent last year or the year before or a bad thing based on grades, somehow.
Yah guess we will wait and see. I am currently in a T1 school in the top 5%, years of work experience, another post-undergrad degree and was very specific on why I wanted to go to Georgetown and how I wanted to be in DC. I think the numbers from last year was comparable but then again we are a scewed sample. I hope we all get in. Sigh.