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Hey all!

My file for U of C is complete, and they are currently reviewing it.

Is that "green circle" or does that come when they're done reviewing my file?

Sorry if it's a dumb question, I'm just unsure.

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33 minutes ago, nickrk20 said:

Hey all!

My file for U of C is complete, and they are currently reviewing it.

Is that "green circle" or does that come when they're done reviewing my file?

Sorry if it's a dumb question, I'm just unsure.

The green circle usually means that you've been accepted. That being said, UofC emails you when you've been accepted, waitlisted or declined. I would personally just wait for the email. 

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There used to be a yellow triangle if your supporting documents were incomplete and a green circle when your application was complete on the Application Status chart.

Our university's Registrar's Office decided to simplify the Application Status by only having final decisions appear there starting with this application cycle. See my previous post for more info.

-Malina

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