traehekat wrote:the lantern wrote:Is there a particular reason why everyone is so incredibly anxious? Certainly it is in all of our personal best interest to hear as soon as possible, but I'm struggling to see what difference it will make. Most (if not all) seat deposits are not due until mid April, so if the scholarship information takes a couple of weeks longer than they originally stated, I'm not really getting why it is so important. I can understand that people just want to know so they can make the decision to be done with the whole process, but unless you're planning on moving/looking for an apartment immediately, there is little need to be impatient. Personally, I am going to CU's first admitted students day (the one in March), and I plan on looking for an apartment while I am there. If we still haven't heard by then, perhaps I will be upset then (not that I am thinking I will get any money anyways). Is the hooplah over scholarship money just people being anxious or what?
The short answer... lawyers (and prospective lawyers) are neurotic.