acecrusher06 wrote:how cruel to see the status updated on the weekend and have to wait until monday morning to call....
does anyone know what time their office is open?
galahad85 wrote:hiro86 wrote:write a 500 word essay advising a student entering undergrad on how they should decide on a major.
Seriously? That's the topic? I didn't know we were applying to be high school guidance counselors...
SanBun wrote:SHARK WEEK! wrote:Phew. (In response to the other Octoberers). Well, based on my numbers, I wouldn't be surprised if I am held over. But, I would be in shock if Cornell discounts my 168 this year in hopes of raising their median above that. I mean, this year is extra competitive, I know, but you'd think they'd try to move their median to 168 and their 75th perhaps to 169, and I thought I wrote a pretty solid PS and have some strong extras in the bag. I know of course that they are seeing a TON of 168s this year, so not trying to make myself out as if I am something special, but come on!
The more this waiting process goes on (for every school I am still waiting on), the more disgusted I become at how numbers-centric law admissions are. If they interview business students at business schools, you'd think that law schools would take even more precaution when admitting their students. Instead, you get two f-ing numbers and that's it! You're in or out.
yes, i am also thoroughly disgusted
jks289 wrote:Still EAC 11/13. Arggh. I have a sinking feeling I am going to be the LAST person they decide on, and then after everything I'll be deferred.
roxj wrote:There have finally been acceptances, but mostly deferrals and some rejections.
I'm still at EAC 11/17.