HeadToWall wrote:StrictlyBusiness wrote:quaker10 wrote:HeadToWall wrote:It says decision letter sent today! Freak-out time begins... I thought people were receiving decisions by email, I live overseas and although I am not too confident about my chances, I didn't feel like waiting over a week for the letter to arrive!
Did everyone get decisions by mail? Maybe only the bad decisions?...
All acceptances have been sent via mail.
My status checker switched to "Decision letter sent" one morning, but I received a phone call within a few hours from the dean of admissions letting me know that I was accepted. I never actually received the snail mail for 6 days.
I have no idea how they handle this for international students, but I have to believe they would at least email you to let you know quickly at this point in the cycle. You can also supposedly log on to the AS Website before hearing anything if you're admitted (though I never was able to before the phone call so don't worry if you can't).
Well NYU answered almost as quick as fellow TLSers, and I guess the decision email also constitutes a decision letter... Dinged
Good luck to everyone else, looks like I'll be retaking the LSAT and applying next year since I now realize my 'superior' GPA is meaningless to adcoms without an equally high LSAT. I will give NYU credit though, they had me under review for well over a month before rejecting me, so I trust they really gave consideration to my softs and GPA even though those don't help the school with their ranking.
Sorry to hear...do you mind positing stats? Also a reverse splitter here