So they should not have any information about where a candidate is submitting applications in the beginning of the process, right? Has anybody else heard different?I would think that most people with less than perfect numbers (or with say: 163 and 3.85, or 171 and 3.65) may be applying to a broad range of schools, let's say Top 20, Top 30, Top 40. If the admissions offices on the extremes are aware of each other, they may somewhat question the intention of the applicant towards their own school or simply wonder why the applicant is applying to each extreme. Does that make sense or I am just overthinking it?
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