Neither surprising nor all that disappointing given my #'s. First decision, though; and by definition, a limiting of options.My index # was 3.3 because of low cum GPA, so I'm guessing the addendum in which I explained the difference between a 1.78 straight outta h.s.at school 1 and a 3.89 four years later at school 2 fell on deaf ears. HTHAF
Got the letter today, dated March 10. Not a surprize here either, but F-em, I didn't want to live in North Carolina anyway.
Quote from: NothingSpecial on March 14, 2005, 02:30:19 PMGot the letter today, dated March 10. Not a surprize here either, but F-em, I didn't want to live in North Carolina anyway.If you didn't want to live there, then why did you apply in the first place? It's so funny that people on this board will praise a school, but once they get a rejection letter it's like, oh well screw them, I didn't want to go there anyway. Hilarious stuff.
I think that for the most part when people say that they did not want to go to a school to begin with, they are trying to be humorous, trying to bring some levity into an oftentimes depressing situation. It is obvious to them and most who read their post that there was a definite possibility that they would have matriculated once having been accepted. As for me...Fck New HavenPalo Alto is a bunch of ball sucking snobsAnne-Arbor! Hah, who would consider moving there!Only loser hippis live in Berkeley.Phili is just a wannabe NYAnd Chicago is cold as hell.