Texas C/O 2020 (2016-2017) Applicants

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What's your current / final status?

Dinged :(
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4%
Waitlisted - Withdrew
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Waitlisted - Riding it Out
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Admitted - Withdrew
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Admitted - Attending!
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Still Waiting on a Decision
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Re: Texas C/O 2020 (2016-2017) Applicants

Postby lucytucker01 » Wed Mar 22, 2017 10:14 pm

So I applied at the beginning of December, and I still have not heard back yet. Anyone have any idea if there are any more acceptances coming out? Or what this might mean?

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Postby fastfretxfingers » Wed Mar 22, 2017 10:17 pm

lucytucker01 wrote:So I applied at the beginning of December, and I still have not heard back yet. Anyone have any idea if there are any more acceptances coming out? Or what this might mean?


I haven't heard back and I applied in October (applied ED and then held). Checked LSN and didn't see any waitlisted individuals so would assume that may be next? Thoughts anyone?

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Postby BoyJord » Wed Mar 22, 2017 10:30 pm

Applied November and it's been radio silence. Thinking there are WLs on the horizon. But then again, TX seems to be behind this cycle so maybe another wave of acceptances is about to roll out starting tomorrow... who knows?

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Postby Tazewell » Wed Mar 22, 2017 11:18 pm

I know that they have sent out some waitlists because I have a friend who was waitlisted about a month ago and was just pulled off of the waitlist on Monday. I have no clue what his stats were though.

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Postby TLSTex2020 » Thu Mar 23, 2017 12:20 am

fastfretxfingers wrote:
lucytucker01 wrote:So I applied at the beginning of December, and I still have not heard back yet. Anyone have any idea if there are any more acceptances coming out? Or what this might mean?


I haven't heard back and I applied in October (applied ED and then held). Checked LSN and didn't see any waitlisted individuals so would assume that may be next? Thoughts anyone?


THANK YOU two for saying something, I was starting to feel like the only one still waiting. I'm itching to send an LOCI or do something... I've even started to worry that my application isn't complete.

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Postby futureellewoods123 » Thu Mar 23, 2017 12:58 am

TLSTex2020 wrote:
fastfretxfingers wrote:
lucytucker01 wrote:So I applied at the beginning of December, and I still have not heard back yet. Anyone have any idea if there are any more acceptances coming out? Or what this might mean?


I haven't heard back and I applied in October (applied ED and then held). Checked LSN and didn't see any waitlisted individuals so would assume that may be next? Thoughts anyone?


THANK YOU two for saying something, I was starting to feel like the only one still waiting. I'm itching to send an LOCI or do something... I've even started to worry that my application isn't complete.


Maybe send in something, idk, I haven't gotten a decision either but something like a LOCI or why Texas can't hurt

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Postby bigflaw_ruleofjaw » Fri Mar 24, 2017 4:52 pm

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Postby pleasesendhelp » Fri Mar 24, 2017 5:43 pm

bigflaw_ruleofjaw wrote:I received a request for a "Why Texas" today. Complete rookie question, but is there any sort of prompt for this? I'm thinking not since there was no attachment and I can't find anything on the Texas site. It's essentially just a (500-600 word?) explanation of why you'd like to attend UT?


No prompt, other than Why UT. Some say it's just a formality. I highly disagree. If you fuck it up, that could easily mean rejection. Take it seriously, though, and you'll likely get in. Good luck!

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Postby melmelcoolj » Sat Mar 25, 2017 5:43 am

I also got a solicited Why Texas via email today. I will research the school, and send in one in the next few days. But what does this letter mean? If I write a moderately convincing letter, would I get in? Or this is just them testing the waters to see if I am committed, but they haven't decided on whether to accept me or not?

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Postby Tazewell » Sat Mar 25, 2017 8:50 am

melmelcoolj wrote:I also got a solicited Why Texas via email today. I will research the school, and send in one in the next few days. But what does this letter mean? If I write a moderately convincing letter, would I get in? Or this is just them testing the waters to see if I am committed, but they haven't decided on whether to accept me or not?


It seems to mean that they want to accept you, but they want to make sure you're serious about going to UT first. Off the top of my head, I only remember one person ITT writing a Why Texas and not getting in, so the odds are in your favor.

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Postby melmelcoolj » Sat Mar 25, 2017 9:42 am

Tazewell wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:I also got a solicited Why Texas via email today. I will research the school, and send in one in the next few days. But what does this letter mean? If I write a moderately convincing letter, would I get in? Or this is just them testing the waters to see if I am committed, but they haven't decided on whether to accept me or not?


It seems to mean that they want to accept you, but they want to make sure you're serious about going to UT first. Off the top of my head, I only remember one person ITT writing a Why Texas and not getting in, so the odds are in your favor.


Thanks Tazewell for the encouragement! I have heard so many bad news or "no news" (reserves, waitlists, holds) this cycle, I really need to be cheered up. I am sending one in tomorrow or the day after.

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Re: Texas C/O 2020 (2016-2017) Applicants

Postby chichi1992 » Sat Mar 25, 2017 10:11 am

melmelcoolj wrote:
Tazewell wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:I also got a solicited Why Texas via email today. I will research the school, and send in one in the next few days. But what does this letter mean? If I write a moderately convincing letter, would I get in? Or this is just them testing the waters to see if I am committed, but they haven't decided on whether to accept me or not?


It seems to mean that they want to accept you, but they want to make sure you're serious about going to UT first. Off the top of my head, I only remember one person ITT writing a Why Texas and not getting in, so the odds are in your favor.


Thanks Tazewell for the encouragement! I have heard so many bad news or "no news" (reserves, waitlists, holds) this cycle, I really need to be cheered up. I am sending one in tomorrow or the day after.


Not to bring people down, but what happens at the beginning of a cycle may not be the same as what happens at the end. I applied in early January, was solicited to submit a Why Texas over a month ago, sent it within two days, and haven't heard a peep. Maybe an acceptance is coming this week, but at this point, I'm expecting a WL at best :(

I wrote about a few specific (and, I think, compelling) reasons why I want to attend UT...but who knows?

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Re: Texas C/O 2020 (2016-2017) Applicants

Postby melmelcoolj » Sat Mar 25, 2017 10:19 am

chichi1992 wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:
Tazewell wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:I also got a solicited Why Texas via email today. I will research the school, and send in one in the next few days. But what does this letter mean? If I write a moderately convincing letter, would I get in? Or this is just them testing the waters to see if I am committed, but they haven't decided on whether to accept me or not?


It seems to mean that they want to accept you, but they want to make sure you're serious about going to UT first. Off the top of my head, I only remember one person ITT writing a Why Texas and not getting in, so the odds are in your favor.


Thanks Tazewell for the encouragement! I have heard so many bad news or "no news" (reserves, waitlists, holds) this cycle, I really need to be cheered up. I am sending one in tomorrow or the day after.


Not to bring people down, but what happens at the beginning of a cycle may not be the same as what happens at the end. I applied in early January, was solicited to submit a Why Texas over a month ago, sent it within two days, and haven't heard a peep. Maybe an acceptance is coming this week, but at this point, I'm expecting a WL at best :(

I wrote about a few specific (and, I think, compelling) reasons why I want to attend UT...but who knows?


Oh my goodness... Thanks for the input. I guess it is also possible that people who were ding-ed or WL-ed after writing a Why Texas Law essay do not really brag about it on forums. So we have never quite heard from them. Chichi, is it possible that your Why Texas essay is not compelling? What are your numbers?

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Re: Texas C/O 2020 (2016-2017) Applicants

Postby chichi1992 » Sat Mar 25, 2017 11:42 am

melmelcoolj wrote:
chichi1992 wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:
Tazewell wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:I also got a solicited Why Texas via email today. I will research the school, and send in one in the next few days. But what does this letter mean? If I write a moderately convincing letter, would I get in? Or this is just them testing the waters to see if I am committed, but they haven't decided on whether to accept me or not?


It seems to mean that they want to accept you, but they want to make sure you're serious about going to UT first. Off the top of my head, I only remember one person ITT writing a Why Texas and not getting in, so the odds are in your favor.


Thanks Tazewell for the encouragement! I have heard so many bad news or "no news" (reserves, waitlists, holds) this cycle, I really need to be cheered up. I am sending one in tomorrow or the day after.


Not to bring people down, but what happens at the beginning of a cycle may not be the same as what happens at the end. I applied in early January, was solicited to submit a Why Texas over a month ago, sent it within two days, and haven't heard a peep. Maybe an acceptance is coming this week, but at this point, I'm expecting a WL at best :(

I wrote about a few specific (and, I think, compelling) reasons why I want to attend UT...but who knows?


Oh my goodness... Thanks for the input. I guess it is also possible that people who were ding-ed or WL-ed after writing a Why Texas Law essay do not really brag about it on forums. So we have never quite heard from them. Chichi, is it possible that your Why Texas essay is not compelling? What are your numbers?


If I get a WL or a ding, I am almost certain it will be because of my numbers--I'm at median LSAT, just below median GPA. Softs are decent. Sure, it's possible my Why Texas essay wasn't the MOST compelling, but I highly doubt the admissions committee read my Texas statement and thought, "Wow, we were GOING to admit chichi, but after reading this trash Why Texas essay, no way she's getting in here." If nothing else, my essay was pretty safe--an objectively well-written 1-page statement that highlighted my personal connections to the state and my specific interest in UT.

I wish I could read minds, because I was feeling really good about my chances after receiving the solicitation! I suppose there's still hope, but it's been a frustrating wait--especially after reading that nearly everyone who gets asked to write a Why Texas gets in. Maybe they received a rush of equally qualified OOS applicants in February, and have to sort through those before letting me know? It's hard to say, but like I said...my numbers are pretty average to begin with.

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Re: Texas C/O 2020 (2016-2017) Applicants

Postby chichi1992 » Sat Mar 25, 2017 11:43 am

chichi1992 wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:
chichi1992 wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:
Tazewell wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:I also got a solicited Why Texas via email today. I will research the school, and send in one in the next few days. But what does this letter mean? If I write a moderately convincing letter, would I get in? Or this is just them testing the waters to see if I am committed, but they haven't decided on whether to accept me or not?


It seems to mean that they want to accept you, but they want to make sure you're serious about going to UT first. Off the top of my head, I only remember one person ITT writing a Why Texas and not getting in, so the odds are in your favor.


Thanks Tazewell for the encouragement! I have heard so many bad news or "no news" (reserves, waitlists, holds) this cycle, I really need to be cheered up. I am sending one in tomorrow or the day after.


Not to bring people down, but what happens at the beginning of a cycle may not be the same as what happens at the end. I applied in early January, was solicited to submit a Why Texas over a month ago, sent it within two days, and haven't heard a peep. Maybe an acceptance is coming this week, but at this point, I'm expecting a WL at best :(

I wrote about a few specific (and, I think, compelling) reasons why I want to attend UT...but who knows?


Oh my goodness... Thanks for the input. I guess it is also possible that people who were ding-ed or WL-ed after writing a Why Texas Law essay do not really brag about it on forums. So we have never quite heard from them. Chichi, is it possible that your Why Texas essay is not compelling? What are your numbers?


If I get a WL or a ding, I am almost certain it will be because of my numbers--I'm at median LSAT, just below median GPA. Softs are decent. Sure, it's possible my Why Texas essay wasn't the MOST compelling, but I highly doubt the admissions committee read my Texas statement and thought, "Wow, we were GOING to admit chichi, but after reading this trash Why Texas essay, no way she's getting in here." If nothing else, my essay was pretty safe--an objectively well-written 1-page statement that highlighted my personal connections to the state and my specific interest in UT.

I wish I could read minds, because I was feeling really good about my chances after receiving the solicitation! I suppose there's still hope, but it's been a frustrating wait--especially after reading that nearly everyone who gets asked to write a Why Texas gets in. Maybe they received a rush of equally qualified OOS applicants in February, and have to sort through those before letting me know? It's hard to say, but like I said...my numbers are pretty average to begin with.


But best of luck to you! Just putting in my two cents here. Now that they've likely read most applications, it might be good news for you that you are getting the solicitation late in the cycle :)

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Postby melmelcoolj » Sat Mar 25, 2017 11:55 am

chichi1992 wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:
chichi1992 wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:
Tazewell wrote:
melmelcoolj wrote:I also got a solicited Why Texas via email today. I will research the school, and send in one in the next few days. But what does this letter mean? If I write a moderately convincing letter, would I get in? Or this is just them testing the waters to see if I am committed, but they haven't decided on whether to accept me or not?


It seems to mean that they want to accept you, but they want to make sure you're serious about going to UT first. Off the top of my head, I only remember one person ITT writing a Why Texas and not getting in, so the odds are in your favor.


Thanks Tazewell for the encouragement! I have heard so many bad news or "no news" (reserves, waitlists, holds) this cycle, I really need to be cheered up. I am sending one in tomorrow or the day after.


Not to bring people down, but what happens at the beginning of a cycle may not be the same as what happens at the end. I applied in early January, was solicited to submit a Why Texas over a month ago, sent it within two days, and haven't heard a peep. Maybe an acceptance is coming this week, but at this point, I'm expecting a WL at best :(

I wrote about a few specific (and, I think, compelling) reasons why I want to attend UT...but who knows?


Oh my goodness... Thanks for the input. I guess it is also possible that people who were ding-ed or WL-ed after writing a Why Texas Law essay do not really brag about it on forums. So we have never quite heard from them. Chichi, is it possible that your Why Texas essay is not compelling? What are your numbers?


If I get a WL or a ding, I am almost certain it will be because of my numbers--I'm at median LSAT, just below median GPA. Softs are decent. Sure, it's possible my Why Texas essay wasn't the MOST compelling, but I highly doubt the admissions committee read my Texas statement and thought, "Wow, we were GOING to admit chichi, but after reading this trash Why Texas essay, no way she's getting in here." If nothing else, my essay was pretty safe--an objectively well-written 1-page statement that highlighted my personal connections to the state and my specific interest in UT.

I wish I could read minds, because I was feeling really good about my chances after receiving the solicitation! I suppose there's still hope, but it's been a frustrating wait--especially after reading that nearly everyone who gets asked to write a Why Texas gets in. Maybe they received a rush of equally qualified OOS applicants in February, and have to sort through those before letting me know? It's hard to say, but like I said...my numbers are pretty average to begin with.


That seems a little weird, since they should have known your stats before they solicited the Why Texas essay. So you must have been in the run for an acceptance - or why did they even bother. It could be that they are just preparing the last batch of acceptances, and you are among them! Be a little more patient!

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Postby pipipipi » Sat Mar 25, 2017 1:23 pm

pleasesendhelp wrote:
Zipman wrote:I got in via call last week, and I'm a bit worried about getting my scholarship in time- I have another deposit due April 1st with a hefty scholarship attached that I'll lose if I don't deposit by then. Is it worth it to email admissions and let them know I've got that coming up, or would that be seen as rude?


Don't say that as the reason. Say something like, "Due to financial reasons, I may not meet the deposit deadline. May I please have an extension." That's what I've read around the forum. They'll likely give you a week or so based on the anecdotes.

Also, scholly info comes in two waves (it did for me at least, and took a total of roughly two weeks). I got an email telling me to sign into CASH and check my package. Received Zero Dollars. Zero. Then received another email about a week later stating I got the in-state exception, plus couple thousand a year. Don't fret!



I had the exact same question and I wish I had read your posts earlier. I literally told my April 1st school (I think we are talking about the same school) that I am waiting to hear from UT about scholarships...feeling like they will not give me an extension at all.

If anyone received a deposit extension from UT, can you please share the situation on the forum?

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Postby poptart123 » Sat Mar 25, 2017 5:04 pm

pipipipi wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:
Zipman wrote:I got in via call last week, and I'm a bit worried about getting my scholarship in time- I have another deposit due April 1st with a hefty scholarship attached that I'll lose if I don't deposit by then. Is it worth it to email admissions and let them know I've got that coming up, or would that be seen as rude?


Don't say that as the reason. Say something like, "Due to financial reasons, I may not meet the deposit deadline. May I please have an extension." That's what I've read around the forum. They'll likely give you a week or so based on the anecdotes.

Also, scholly info comes in two waves (it did for me at least, and took a total of roughly two weeks). I got an email telling me to sign into CASH and check my package. Received Zero Dollars. Zero. Then received another email about a week later stating I got the in-state exception, plus couple thousand a year. Don't fret!



I had the exact same question and I wish I had read your posts earlier. I literally told my April 1st school (I think we are talking about the same school) that I am waiting to hear from UT about scholarships...feeling like they will not give me an extension at all.

If anyone received a deposit extension from UT, can you please share the situation on the forum?


Haven't yet but I will probably try to solicit one this week because my scholarship offered by UT expires 04/01 and I still have 4 schools to hear back from. Will update with the answer.

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Re: Texas C/O 2020 (2016-2017) Applicants

Postby pleasesendhelp » Sat Mar 25, 2017 5:45 pm

poptart123 wrote:
pipipipi wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:
Zipman wrote:I got in via call last week, and I'm a bit worried about getting my scholarship in time- I have another deposit due April 1st with a hefty scholarship attached that I'll lose if I don't deposit by then. Is it worth it to email admissions and let them know I've got that coming up, or would that be seen as rude?


Don't say that as the reason. Say something like, "Due to financial reasons, I may not meet the deposit deadline. May I please have an extension." That's what I've read around the forum. They'll likely give you a week or so based on the anecdotes.

Also, scholly info comes in two waves (it did for me at least, and took a total of roughly two weeks). I got an email telling me to sign into CASH and check my package. Received Zero Dollars. Zero. Then received another email about a week later stating I got the in-state exception, plus couple thousand a year. Don't fret!



I had the exact same question and I wish I had read your posts earlier. I literally told my April 1st school (I think we are talking about the same school) that I am waiting to hear from UT about scholarships...feeling like they will not give me an extension at all.

If anyone received a deposit extension from UT, can you please share the situation on the forum?


Haven't yet but I will probably try to solicit one this week because my scholarship offered by UT expires 04/01 and I still have 4 schools to hear back from. Will update with the answer.


I hope it's only expiring because you submitted a reconsideration form. Do unsolicited scholarships have expiration dates as well?

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Postby poptart123 » Sat Mar 25, 2017 5:48 pm

pleasesendhelp wrote:
poptart123 wrote:
pipipipi wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:
Zipman wrote:I got in via call last week, and I'm a bit worried about getting my scholarship in time- I have another deposit due April 1st with a hefty scholarship attached that I'll lose if I don't deposit by then. Is it worth it to email admissions and let them know I've got that coming up, or would that be seen as rude?


Don't say that as the reason. Say something like, "Due to financial reasons, I may not meet the deposit deadline. May I please have an extension." That's what I've read around the forum. They'll likely give you a week or so based on the anecdotes.

Also, scholly info comes in two waves (it did for me at least, and took a total of roughly two weeks). I got an email telling me to sign into CASH and check my package. Received Zero Dollars. Zero. Then received another email about a week later stating I got the in-state exception, plus couple thousand a year. Don't fret!



I had the exact same question and I wish I had read your posts earlier. I literally told my April 1st school (I think we are talking about the same school) that I am waiting to hear from UT about scholarships...feeling like they will not give me an extension at all.

If anyone received a deposit extension from UT, can you please share the situation on the forum?


Haven't yet but I will probably try to solicit one this week because my scholarship offered by UT expires 04/01 and I still have 4 schools to hear back from. Will update with the answer.


I hope it's only expiring because you submitted a reconsideration form. Do unsolicited scholarships have expiration dates as well?


I guess just the general deposit deadline which is like 04/08 I think?

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Re: Texas C/O 2020 (2016-2017) Applicants

Postby pleasesendhelp » Sat Mar 25, 2017 6:02 pm

poptart123 wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:
poptart123 wrote:
pipipipi wrote:
pleasesendhelp wrote:
Zipman wrote:I got in via call last week, and I'm a bit worried about getting my scholarship in time- I have another deposit due April 1st with a hefty scholarship attached that I'll lose if I don't deposit by then. Is it worth it to email admissions and let them know I've got that coming up, or would that be seen as rude?


Don't say that as the reason. Say something like, "Due to financial reasons, I may not meet the deposit deadline. May I please have an extension." That's what I've read around the forum. They'll likely give you a week or so based on the anecdotes.

Also, scholly info comes in two waves (it did for me at least, and took a total of roughly two weeks). I got an email telling me to sign into CASH and check my package. Received Zero Dollars. Zero. Then received another email about a week later stating I got the in-state exception, plus couple thousand a year. Don't fret!



I had the exact same question and I wish I had read your posts earlier. I literally told my April 1st school (I think we are talking about the same school) that I am waiting to hear from UT about scholarships...feeling like they will not give me an extension at all.

If anyone received a deposit extension from UT, can you please share the situation on the forum?


Haven't yet but I will probably try to solicit one this week because my scholarship offered by UT expires 04/01 and I still have 4 schools to hear back from. Will update with the answer.


I hope it's only expiring because you submitted a reconsideration form. Do unsolicited scholarships have expiration dates as well?


I guess just the general deposit deadline which is like 04/08 I think?


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Re: Texas C/O 2020 (2016-2017) Applicants

Postby TLSTex2020 » Mon Mar 27, 2017 2:07 pm

Anyone expecting movement this week? I looked at LSN's 2015-2016 data, and there seemed to be quite a bit of movement during this week last year.

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Postby cyclawps » Mon Mar 27, 2017 2:16 pm

TLSTex2020 wrote:Anyone expecting movement this week? I looked at LSN's 2015-2016 data, and there seemed to be quite a bit of movement during this week last year.

That'd be great. I'm sitting complete since early Nov. Good luck!

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cyclawps wrote:
TLSTex2020 wrote:Anyone expecting movement this week? I looked at LSN's 2015-2016 data, and there seemed to be quite a bit of movement during this week last year.

That'd be great. I'm sitting complete since early Nov. Good luck!


Wow! I've only been waiting since early January, but it's my top choice so I'm getting impatient. Good luck to you too!

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Postby cyclawps » Mon Mar 27, 2017 2:56 pm

TLSTex2020 wrote:
cyclawps wrote:
TLSTex2020 wrote:Anyone expecting movement this week? I looked at LSN's 2015-2016 data, and there seemed to be quite a bit of movement during this week last year.

That'd be great. I'm sitting complete since early Nov. Good luck!


Wow! I've only been waiting since early January, but it's my top choice so I'm getting impatient. Good luck to you too!

Yeah. Weirdly long wait given my PS and Why Texas? essay. I would have expected to hear back, even if it were a WL or ding.



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