I applied for the Scalia Law Scholars program. I havent heard back yet. I'm getting very nervous. The GMU law site says they'll make decisions by Feb 1, but that deadline is nearly here. Does anyone know if GMU has kept that deadline in past years? Thanks
I know I'm being overly antsy and irritated simply because I haven't gotten a response yet. But don't put a "we'll get back to you by X date if you're an ED applicant" line on your website and not be able to follow up.
Again I admit, they said "around" feb 1 and its only feb 5 but my nerves are ga ga ga gone.
Has anyone who applied ED heard back at all? I called the Admissions Office earlier in the week and they said that they "foresee" decisions being out by the end of the week, but at this point it's not really "around February 1st" anymore. Anyone know anything?
plzacceptme! wrote:Has anyone who applied ED heard back at all? I called the Admissions Office earlier in the week and they said that they "foresee" decisions being out by the end of the week, but at this point it's not really "around February 1st" anymore. Anyone know anything?
ED here. Same on the radio silence. I was going to give them to Monday until I call. I know some non-ED folks have heard back this week.
I just called for binding decision... They said they're wrapping up now and should hear back in the next few days... I also asked him how we will receive notification and he said by email. Needless to say this wait is still killing me
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Does anybody know when the next wave of decisions will be sent out? My regular decision application went complete on 1/11. Assuming decisions will start coming now that the 3/1 "deadline" has passed. Just curious if anybody else had heard anything.