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When I try to log back onto my application account, it says that I no longer have access since the deadline is passed.

 

Do I just wait for an e-mail now regarding acceptance/waitlist/rejection?

 

Or will I be able to get back on the website in the near future?

 

Thanks

 

 

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I have this issue as well, my assumption is that we'll have access to the website again sometime soon. Although I'm not sure when that'll be.

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Anyone else waiting for the first round of offers to go out feeling like an anxious ball of stress in limbo?

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Anyone else waiting for the first round of offers to go out feeling like an anxious ball of stress in limbo?

 

Exactly how I'm feeling. Although, I'm sure we won't know until early/mid-December.

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Exactly how I'm feeling. Although, I'm sure we won't know until early/mid-December.

If offers come out roughly the same time as last year, we should hear in 2-3 weeks. S

So soon, yet so far.

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Does everyone's application status say "ready for review"? Or is there an indication that your application is being evaluated?

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Thanks guys! I was reading the definitions of the application terms and was getting myself into a tizzy. I hope the admissions start rolling out soon!

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