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Rejected off the waitlist today.

Been a super long cycle, and I gotta say I'm pretty upset about it.

 

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Also rejected off the waitlist. Got the email just now.

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19 minutes ago, AlN said:

Also rejected off the waitlist. Got the email just now.

 

2 hours ago, lawcat said:

Rejected off the waitlist today.

Been a super long cycle, and I gotta say I'm pretty upset about it.

 

single or dual JD?

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1 minute ago, finallymadeanaccount said:

 

single or dual JD?

these are for single! Dual hasn't moved 

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1 hour ago, monnnnz said:

these are for single! Dual hasn't moved 

Thanks -- that's what I was afraid of. I've been rejected for single, however, am still holding out hope for dual and the waiting game is killing me.

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Rejected single. Will be applying again and I’ll be sure not to accept Windsor’s 

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29 minutes ago, finallymadeanaccount said:

Thanks -- that's what I was afraid of. I've been rejected for single, however, am still holding out hope for dual and the waiting game is killing me.

as am I! Fingers crossed.

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