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You and me both, I am patiently waiting to hear back from them. A little later to hear back than last year, I am wondering why they are so slow. I know some people who were referred after me and heard back super quickly. It leads me to wonder what their admission process is like. Almost feels as if, they read our applications and was like “nah let’s pass it in the second pile so we can read later.” And then, when the time comes and they have sorted through all their first waves and second, they will revisit the remainders. So maybe, not hearing back yet is a good thing and could be in our favour... or it could go wildly the other way lol 

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Judging by previous years acceptance threads there seems to be one big wave of acceptances that include waitlist acceptances. Last year it was around May 14th and the year before was a lot earlier, so seems like they are behind this year. I know, the wait is killing me. Hopefully one happens by the end of the month.

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