I am still hopeful, as many have predicted, that we will see a lot of waitlist movement in the next few months.
I expect that it will happen, but it is just going to take time. Weeks and months of tortuous time stalking the mailman everyday to see if he has a cool big envelope to hand you.
Just try to have a little Patience
As I posted way back in this thread and in other threads, I applied during the cycle that previously had the largest drop in LSATs administered and applicant volume and percentages in the last twenty years.
I was in wait list purgatory for many months with several schools while other schools decided to just take their sweet time to respond with anything. I'm talking all the way to May, June and early July to get responses from some schools about waiting list or to get any response to my application at all.
Harvard had me on what the people in the admissions office called the 'unofficial' waiting list. I hadn't heard anything from them for a long time so I called and nagged them until I got somebody from the admissions committee on the phone. She looked up my app and told me I was in the holding pattern unofficial waiting list stack while they figured things out.
Yale waited until May to finally send me a rejection letter after I hassled them on the phone a few times to make sure they even received my application since it had been so long and I had heard nothing. The lady on the phone told me they decided not to cash my application fee check since they kept me waiting for soo long. I would have preferred being accepted though.
I got my acceptance to my top choice school, University of Southern California (USC) via UPS overnight delivery in I think early July IIRC.
The cycle was long and drawn out. Many students in my entering class didn't get their acceptances until mid to late spring, and some didn't get them until summer.
One guy got his acceptance less than two weeks before classes started in August. He had already enrolled and started at another lower ranked school in another state and had to suddenly move and deal with all that. He made it to Socal and into our class section the middle of the first week of 1L. He looked really worn out when he showed up!
Luckily, I was living beachfront at the time and had plenty of $$ from previous work and wasn't working much, so I pretty much just hung out, got a tan and stalked the mailman everyday.
I've told the story before. On some days I took a cooler and beach chair out to where the mailboxes for the condo were. It was a cool spot with an ocean view. I had beverages, snacks and sandwiches in the cooler and brought down a radio too. Then I just sat there by the mailboxes eating and drinking, getting a tan while waiting for the mailman. Did that many days once spring hit, especially once it was May and I was still in the dark with many schools.
Got a great tan, listened to cool tunes, got to know my mailman well, never got maced, had a spare sandwich and soda in the cooler for him each time and it was good times!
Just hang in there guys and be patient. Try not to chew off your fingernails. If you've got everything submitted, complete and in, find some sort of diversion to keep you occupied and distracted while you wait. You can stalk the mailman, watch shows on Hulu or Netflix, wander the streets, chase and play with cats and dogs, jog, read books, eat books, watch movies, go out and flirt with strangers, do community service, whatever.
And again, in case you missed the link above, the main point is Have a little Patience