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Hey,

 

So I know a lot of you are crazy like me, so I figure I'd share some info. I checked this morning and my application said "complete". Now I applied October 9th (sent transcript the same day), and I mailed my supplemental (regular mail) October 31st.

 

So they are doing a decent job uploading the supplemental. Obviously decision will be pending for a long time, but this can serve as a time-line for those of you that are constantly looking for updates.

 

Hope that helped.

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Definitely appreciate stuff like this. I didn't send my stuff in until November 1st and mine says complete - decision pending as well. Yay for hard working people at uofa admissions

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Did anyone else get a letter in the mail? I thought it was an offer and got all excited. All it said was that my application is complete lol. Wondering why they couldn't just email that information

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hahaha I got that mail too...but I had a totally different reaction. I thought it was a rejection letter. (I believe acceptance packages are much larger, including pamphlets and such...). But yea, it was just a confirmation letter. Which also stated they won't be making a decision for at least a month or so...I'm hazy on the details.

 

I wouldn't worry about it, I did apply pretty early for UoA...

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Did anyone else get a letter in the mail? I thought it was an offer and got all excited. All it said was that my application is complete lol. Wondering why they couldn't just email that information

 

Haha I just opened that damn, bathetic letter five minutes ago. After checking out the UofA law building during my last trip through Edmonton, I'm really in need of a spark to keep my interest up. I was hoping that letter would fill me with light and help me look beyond that ugly old building in the snow.

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