Here's my latest update--
166, 3.9, non-URM, out of school with a few years work experience
Accepted: Stanford, UVA, Vanderbilt ($$), UT Austin, William and Mary ($$), Emory ($$), Georgia ($$), Washington and Lee ($$), CU Boulder ($$)
Waitlisted: Berkeley, Duke (I hate their basketball team, anyway)
Waiting on: Harvard
This thread has been so reassuring-- everyone has had such amazing cycles and being able to read about everyone's success really helped me in my dark, panicky, re-set the status checker every 13 seconds moments (there were a lot of those).
By the way, is anyone else just kind of annoyed at how long the Harvard process is taking at this point? I only say this because I'm positive I'll be rejected, anyway, but it just seems like it's taking them an obscene amount of time to respond to people, even relative to others schools who get comparable application numbers. Obviously it's best for them to take their time and make the best choice, but I feel like holding people in April is just ridiculous (I got held back in early February, luckily, but can only imagine the total emotional meltdown that getting held on April 5 would cause). Sorry if that belongs in another thread, but I was curious since I know a few people in here are also still waiting.