I think I might be the first -- I got a "held" e-mail from Michigan today. Anyone else? I feel a little sad.
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« on: December 15, 2006, 11:21:43 AM »
I've gotten into a few schools and feel very lucky. I have no idea ifit would have na impact on the cycles of others but is anyone thinking about withdrawing from schools they won't be attending? I don't mean accepted ED people that are obligated to withdraw, I mean EA or regular decision people.
I went complete at Duke 11/22 and have not heard a peep on the decision front. I'm not priority track but i know non-priority track people have also been hearing quickly. I checked LSN and I am the only person complete on 11/22 not to have recieved a decision. These people have smiliar index numbers to me (in the 3.5 - 3.6 range). Should I call?
« on: December 06, 2006, 12:10:02 PM »
So this came up in another thread, but I would have expected Cornell EA decisions by now. Last year they started coming on Dec 1 and by Dec 6 (today) there were a significant number of acceptances.
They say decisions will be mailed by mid-to late December on their website. Was this also true last year?
I'm still listed as complete, rather than decision on the status checker. Has anyone gone to decision?
So I recently realized I made the stupidest mistake ever. On most applications there was a date to indicate from what date you wanted the law school to start using your permanent as opposed to current address. I filled in July 31. No problem right? I wrote 2006 instead of 2007. I'm so dumb. Oh well, all I can do is wait until my dad gets back from California to check the mail for me.
So I was feeling really good 2 days ago when I submitted by yale 250 -- I wrote a think piece on an aspect of Nazi control in concentration camps in WWII (it was an issue that came up in a class of mine while in college) -- but now I'm thinking it was a horrible mistake. I think its well written and thought provoking...but I can see how someone might be turned off by the topic
Was this a horrible mistake?