set88 wrote:I'm trying to get a feel for how status checker usually progresses. I read back a few pages, trying to figure it out in amongst the discussion on food...? I submitted my app on 2/4 and it's said "Electronic application received" since then. Shouldn't it have gone complete by now, or is Wake just really slow?
I gather that you are notified by email/status checker if you are admitted, but does this mean they haven't even started to consider my application yet? Is there a "complete" status before a "decision pending" or no? Sorry for the questions but status checkers drive me crazy!
These are the status options.
Electronic Application Received- We have received notice of your application from LSAC. This means your file is complete and we will process your file as soon as we receive the paper copy from LSAC.
Administrative review- Your paper copy has been received, your file has been processed and is currently in the first stage of review.
Committee review- Your file has been passed to the committee and is making the rounds of review. This step varies in duration and may be longer for some than others.
Decision Letter Pending- A decision has been reached. Your decision letter will be mailed out with the next batch so you can expect it within 2 weeks. Some decisions may be emailed instead of sent via post.
Incomplete- This usually means that we are waiting for LSAT scores. If this is not the case, you will be notified of any missing element of your application.
You should receive an e-mail letting you know your file is complete, and it might update on the status checker as well (can't remember). Wake is pretty good about updating the status checker. I'm sure they are busy, so I'd guess that it's taking them a bit to do everything. But if you are concerned, e-mail or call them. They are really sweet and helpful.