yeah, with so many late acceptances expected, how many people will end up on the waitlist?
The thing is though, I'm not too elated about the possibility of working in Houston after graduating. I have never lived there, but its hard to imagine it *not* being a nasty commute. I think of the two, I'd rather live in Dallas, but at this point in the game I don't think thats enough to justify me spending twice the tuition for SMU. If they offered me some scholarship money (its so late that I think this won't happen) I would be tempted to make the move. My girlfriend lives there now and works downtown, so we would be back in the same city. She could transfer to downtown Houston also though. So I guess it comes down to (assuming no scholarship) 45k more in debt to go to SMU and live in Dallas where my SO wouldn't have to relocate vs. living in Houston and my SO relocating.I dunno, this situation has me leaning towards Houston even though I really am not sure that I'll love the city.