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I don't know if there is a big wave left, but I just glanced at last year's accepted thread and it seems like May 25 and June 8 were days with a decent amount of movement in 2018

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I wouldn't go off last year's acceptance pattern bc it's been really different this year. Doesn't seem like there's any predicting it.

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