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Is there any way to tell how many seats have been filled so far? I’m wondering if the final wave has started yet. (It seems from past years’ threads that acceptances past March were few and far between...)

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38 minutes ago, Luckycharm said:

At least 90 by now.. 

UNB's first year class size is 92.

So is it full already?

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2 hours ago, Luckycharm said:

At least 90 by now.. 

I would SERIOUSLY doubt this. UNB Is known for accepting a substantial number of people off the wait list as late at July/August.

Source: was accepted off the waitlist in July last year.

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1 hour ago, phop said:

I would SERIOUSLY doubt this. UNB Is known for accepting a substantial number of people off the wait list as late at July/August.

Source: was accepted off the waitlist in July last year.

I SERIOUSLY doubt why UNB put people on wait list if there are spots not filled....

Until someone rejects their offer, all the spots are filled until then.  

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It seems waitlist emails start in May/June, and discretionary reviews begin in March.  Although not sure what will happen this year, given the university has shut down with the exception of essentials.  

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17 minutes ago, Rds said:

It seems waitlist emails start in May/June, and discretionary reviews begin in March.  Although not sure what will happen this year, given the university has shut down with the exception of essentials.  

This is helpful thank you - so would you say being accepted as a Regular applicant at this point is unlikely unless you are waitlisted?

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On 3/19/2020 at 7:48 PM, lilsebastian said:

This is helpful thank you - so would you say being accepted as a Regular applicant at this point is unlikely unless you are waitlisted?

It's hard to say.  If they do not receive adequate responses under discretionary, then they could move back to regular applicants.  But I'm guessing at this process. :) 

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My deadline to accept my offer is April 3, I assume it is the same for others. It would be hard to tell how many spots are left before people are forced to decide. 

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I know last year people were accepted as late as may not off the waitlist, but there were some delays last year with acceptances as someone was out with an injury iirc. With the shut down right now I could definitely see longer delays. Best of luck to anyone waiting to hear back! 

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