No. I was told to call back at the end of this week. By then they will know how many available seats they have.[/quote]
Sooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo....it takes the better part of 3 weeks to figure out how many people their system says paid their deposit? I seriously doubt anyone is in a back room counting anything.
Losing hope of getting pulled from purgatory.[/quote]
Keep your head up Jvaugh you, me, and Sammyk have got this![/quote]
I second that guys. Also a quick tip if you aren't too picky you can always send them an email requesting to be considered for PT as well. The requirements are a little more lax and after the first year, assuming you get good grades, you can transfer into the FT program and still finish in 3 years. I firmly believe that my email stating that IU-Indy was my first choice and that I was willing to go PT just to get into the school was a determining factor in my acceptance. Keep in mind they eventually admitted me FT and moved me to PT at my request. They clearly have room to work with in both sections. Don't give up hope. I expect to see you guys on campus in a couple months for the orientation weekend.
*Just because I'm accepted don't think I've stopped caring about my brothers and sisters still in limbo[/quote]
I applied to both programs and have maintained a willingness for either--I even stated a preference to admissions for part-tome; to be noted in my file. I'm hoping that makes a difference...My lsat score is a couple of points below a few of the other waitlistees(153). If nothing else admissions has shown that their moves cannot be predicted. Not knowing anything is almost as bad as knowing that I was rejected.