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Vari57

I'm still at DC.

I'm still at DC.
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idn4ihl

I'm still at DC.


Same there... I really hope we'll hear back from them soon, be it BOGS or rejection.

Some MCL applicants have already moved to the BOGS stage, as well as those applying for a PhD (some even got offers - judging from the thread for PhD applicants and on gradcafe). I hope that it will be our turn very soon :)...

[quote]I'm still at DC.[/quote]

Same there... I really hope we'll hear back from them soon, be it BOGS or rejection.

Some MCL applicants have already moved to the BOGS stage, as well as those applying for a PhD (some even got offers - judging from the thread for PhD applicants and on gradcafe). I hope that it will be our turn very soon :)...
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adebolaxx

I called the Law Admissions to see if I could find out when decisions will start being released. But all I got was the generic "all decisions will be released by March 15".

Sigh. The wait is unbearable.

I called the Law Admissions to see if I could find out when decisions will start being released. But all I got was the generic "all decisions will be released by March 15".

Sigh. The wait is unbearable.
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Inactive User

I called the Law Admissions to see if I could find out when decisions will start being released. But all I got was the generic "all decisions will be released by March 15".

Sigh. The wait is unbearable.


Thanks:)
I did hope, I don't know why, that this year we would know sooner, but apparently no.

[quote]I called the Law Admissions to see if I could find out when decisions will start being released. But all I got was the generic "all decisions will be released by March 15".

Sigh. The wait is unbearable.[/quote]

Thanks:)
I did hope, I don't know why, that this year we would know sooner, but apparently no.
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username_i...

I called the Law Admissions to see if I could find out when decisions will start being released. But all I got was the generic "all decisions will be released by March 15".

Sigh. The wait is unbearable.


Thx! I think you did what most of us are dying to do but don't so as not to appear desperate (not saying you do!).

I wish they released every decision on the same day at the same time. This is too distracting.

[quote]I called the Law Admissions to see if I could find out when decisions will start being released. But all I got was the generic "all decisions will be released by March 15".

Sigh. The wait is unbearable.[/quote]

Thx! I think you did what most of us are dying to do but don't so as not to appear desperate (not saying you do!).

I wish they released every decision on the same day at the same time. This is too distracting.
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Pjoedi

I called the Law Admissions to see if I could find out when decisions will start being released. But all I got was the generic "all decisions will be released by March 15".

Sigh. The wait is unbearable.


Thanks, I was already hoping someone would do that! ;)

On the bright side, we're less than three weeks away from the 15th!

[quote]I called the Law Admissions to see if I could find out when decisions will start being released. But all I got was the generic "all decisions will be released by March 15".

Sigh. The wait is unbearable.[/quote]

Thanks, I was already hoping someone would do that! ;)

On the bright side, we're less than three weeks away from the 15th!
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idn4ihl

I called the Law Admissions to see if I could find out when decisions will start being released. But all I got was the generic "all decisions will be released by March 15".

Sigh. The wait is unbearable.


Thank you for calling and for letting us know!

[quote]I called the Law Admissions to see if I could find out when decisions will start being released. But all I got was the generic "all decisions will be released by March 15".

Sigh. The wait is unbearable.[/quote]

Thank you for calling and for letting us know!
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JamesMB

Well, for what it's worth, decisions (from what I can tell) were released on a Monday last year (22nd of Feb). Whether that means ours will be too is, of course, unknown, but I've got my fingers crossed for 27th nonetheless!

Well, for what it's worth, decisions (from what I can tell) were released on a Monday last year (22nd of Feb). Whether that means ours will be too is, of course, unknown, but I've got my fingers crossed for 27th nonetheless!
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wjs2b

no updates??? February is ending...

no updates??? February is ending...
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Vari57

No change for me. Still DC.

It's very early still on Monday, however, so I'll check the status again after lunchtime.

No change for me. Still DC.

It's very early still on Monday, however, so I'll check the status again after lunchtime.
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No change for me. Still DC.

It's very early still on Monday, however, so I'll check the status again after lunchtime.


Still DC for me too...

[quote]No change for me. Still DC.

It's very early still on Monday, however, so I'll check the status again after lunchtime.[/quote]

Still DC for me too...
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Me too. Both llm and mcl..

Me too. Both llm and mcl..
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username_i...

Still DC. Gave up checking camsis for today.

Still DC. Gave up checking camsis for today.
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RAGN1989

Nothing changed here either. I’m however confident we will hear something this week.

Nothing changed here either. I’m however confident we will hear something this week.
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username_i...

Nothing changed here either. I’m however confident we will hear something this week.


How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)

[quote]Nothing changed here either. I’m however confident we will hear something this week. [/quote]

How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)
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RAGN1989

Nothing changed here either. I’m however confident we will hear something this week.


How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)


No source whatsoever, just going from the timeline of previous years. We’re one day away from March, and considering that there are usually more than 1000 applicants, it is to be expected that they will start updating Self Service soon. I honestly thought they would begin today, but as far as I can tell, nobody’s status changed. What do you think?

[quote][quote]Nothing changed here either. I’m however confident we will hear something this week. [/quote]

How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)[/quote]

No source whatsoever, just going from the timeline of previous years. We’re one day away from March, and considering that there are usually more than 1000 applicants, it is to be expected that they will start updating Self Service soon. I honestly thought they would begin today, but as far as I can tell, nobody’s status changed. What do you think?
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username_i...

Nothing changed here either. I’m however confident we will hear something this week.


How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)


No source whatsoever, just going from the timeline of previous years. We’re one day away from March, and considering that there are usually more than 1000 applicants, it is to be expected that they will start updating Self Service soon. I honestly thought they would begin today, but as far as I can tell, nobody’s status changed. What do you think?


I suppose you are right. But some people only moved from DC after March 15 because the admissions were coming in late. That is why I think that only a potentially small minority of us will hear within the next week or even two. It may well be that the bulk of admissions will be made, say, between March 13 and March 17 or even later.

I do hope that all of us on this thread will be among the lucky ones. Some people last year have engaged in speculations as to what the mechanism in making the offers is (ie by country, by continent, by application quality). I think that all these are bs but would sure like to know if there is a system of some sort. That would made the guessing and anticipation a little less of a blind man's game.

My strategy is to accept that my application will be rejected by both Cambridge and Oxford and wait for a pleasant surprise. Less damaging than the other way around, I think. I have already planned out some things I would like to do next year if I do not get in. Otherwise I think I'd be heading for a rough time.

[quote][quote][quote]Nothing changed here either. I’m however confident we will hear something this week. [/quote]

How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)[/quote]

No source whatsoever, just going from the timeline of previous years. We’re one day away from March, and considering that there are usually more than 1000 applicants, it is to be expected that they will start updating Self Service soon. I honestly thought they would begin today, but as far as I can tell, nobody’s status changed. What do you think? [/quote]

I suppose you are right. But some people only moved from DC after March 15 because the admissions were coming in late. That is why I think that only a potentially small minority of us will hear within the next week or even two. It may well be that the bulk of admissions will be made, say, between March 13 and March 17 or even later.

I do hope that all of us on this thread will be among the lucky ones. Some people last year have engaged in speculations as to what the mechanism in making the offers is (ie by country, by continent, by application quality). I think that all these are bs but would sure like to know if there is a system of some sort. That would made the guessing and anticipation a little less of a blind man's game.

My strategy is to accept that my application will be rejected by both Cambridge and Oxford and wait for a pleasant surprise. Less damaging than the other way around, I think. I have already planned out some things I would like to do next year if I do not get in. Otherwise I think I'd be heading for a rough time.
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How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)


No source whatsoever, just going from the timeline of previous years. We’re one day away from March, and considering that there are usually more than 1000 applicants, it is to be expected that they will start updating Self Service soon. I honestly thought they would begin today, but as far as I can tell, nobody’s status changed. What do you think?


I suppose you are right. But some people only moved from DC after March 15 because the admissions were coming in late. That is why I think that only a potentially small minority of us will hear within the next week or even two. It may well be that the bulk of admissions will be made, say, between March 13 and March 17 or even later.

I do hope that all of us on this thread will be among the lucky ones. Some people last year have engaged in speculations as to what the mechanism in making the offers is (ie by country, by continent, by application quality). I think that all these are bs but would sure like to know if there is a system of some sort. That would made the guessing and anticipation a little less of a blind man's game.

My strategy is to accept that my application will be rejected by both Cambridge and Oxford and wait for a pleasant surprise. Less damaging than the other way around, I think. I have already planned out some things I would like to do next year if I do not get in. Otherwise I think I'd be heading for a rough time.


True things))

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Nothing changed here either. I’m however confident we will hear something this week. [/quote]

How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)[/quote]

No source whatsoever, just going from the timeline of previous years. We’re one day away from March, and considering that there are usually more than 1000 applicants, it is to be expected that they will start updating Self Service soon. I honestly thought they would begin today, but as far as I can tell, nobody’s status changed. What do you think? [/quote]

I suppose you are right. But some people only moved from DC after March 15 because the admissions were coming in late. That is why I think that only a potentially small minority of us will hear within the next week or even two. It may well be that the bulk of admissions will be made, say, between March 13 and March 17 or even later.

I do hope that all of us on this thread will be among the lucky ones. Some people last year have engaged in speculations as to what the mechanism in making the offers is (ie by country, by continent, by application quality). I think that all these are bs but would sure like to know if there is a system of some sort. That would made the guessing and anticipation a little less of a blind man's game.

My strategy is to accept that my application will be rejected by both Cambridge and Oxford and wait for a pleasant surprise. Less damaging than the other way around, I think. I have already planned out some things I would like to do next year if I do not get in. Otherwise I think I'd be heading for a rough time.[/quote]

True things))
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Inactive User



How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)


No source whatsoever, just going from the timeline of previous years. We’re one day away from March, and considering that there are usually more than 1000 applicants, it is to be expected that they will start updating Self Service soon. I honestly thought they would begin today, but as far as I can tell, nobody’s status changed. What do you think?


I suppose you are right. But some people only moved from DC after March 15 because the admissions were coming in late. That is why I think that only a potentially small minority of us will hear within the next week or even two. It may well be that the bulk of admissions will be made, say, between March 13 and March 17 or even later.

I do hope that all of us on this thread will be among the lucky ones. Some people last year have engaged in speculations as to what the mechanism in making the offers is (ie by country, by continent, by application quality). I think that all these are bs but would sure like to know if there is a system of some sort. That would made the guessing and anticipation a little less of a blind man's game.

My strategy is to accept that my application will be rejected by both Cambridge and Oxford and wait for a pleasant surprise. Less damaging than the other way around, I think. I have already planned out some things I would like to do next year if I do not get in. Otherwise I think I'd be heading for a rough time.


I closely relate to your strategy;)

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Nothing changed here either. I’m however confident we will hear something this week. [/quote]

How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)[/quote]

No source whatsoever, just going from the timeline of previous years. We’re one day away from March, and considering that there are usually more than 1000 applicants, it is to be expected that they will start updating Self Service soon. I honestly thought they would begin today, but as far as I can tell, nobody’s status changed. What do you think? [/quote]

I suppose you are right. But some people only moved from DC after March 15 because the admissions were coming in late. That is why I think that only a potentially small minority of us will hear within the next week or even two. It may well be that the bulk of admissions will be made, say, between March 13 and March 17 or even later.

I do hope that all of us on this thread will be among the lucky ones. Some people last year have engaged in speculations as to what the mechanism in making the offers is (ie by country, by continent, by application quality). I think that all these are bs but would sure like to know if there is a system of some sort. That would made the guessing and anticipation a little less of a blind man's game.

My strategy is to accept that my application will be rejected by both Cambridge and Oxford and wait for a pleasant surprise. Less damaging than the other way around, I think. I have already planned out some things I would like to do next year if I do not get in. Otherwise I think I'd be heading for a rough time.[/quote]

I closely relate to your strategy;)
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RAGN1989



How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)


No source whatsoever, just going from the timeline of previous years. We’re one day away from March, and considering that there are usually more than 1000 applicants, it is to be expected that they will start updating Self Service soon. I honestly thought they would begin today, but as far as I can tell, nobody’s status changed. What do you think?


I suppose you are right. But some people only moved from DC after March 15 because the admissions were coming in late. That is why I think that only a potentially small minority of us will hear within the next week or even two. It may well be that the bulk of admissions will be made, say, between March 13 and March 17 or even later.

I do hope that all of us on this thread will be among the lucky ones. Some people last year have engaged in speculations as to what the mechanism in making the offers is (ie by country, by continent, by application quality). I think that all these are bs but would sure like to know if there is a system of some sort. That would made the guessing and anticipation a little less of a blind man's game.

My strategy is to accept that my application will be rejected by both Cambridge and Oxford and wait for a pleasant surprise. Less damaging than the other way around, I think. I have already planned out some things I would like to do next year if I do not get in. Otherwise I think I'd be heading for a rough time.


That is completely true, and I agree with you. I really don't understand why it is taking so long. The wait is seriously nerve wrecking.

[quote][quote][quote][quote]Nothing changed here either. I’m however confident we will hear something this week. [/quote]

How come? (Apart from last years' timeline, obviously.)[/quote]

No source whatsoever, just going from the timeline of previous years. We’re one day away from March, and considering that there are usually more than 1000 applicants, it is to be expected that they will start updating Self Service soon. I honestly thought they would begin today, but as far as I can tell, nobody’s status changed. What do you think? [/quote]

I suppose you are right. But some people only moved from DC after March 15 because the admissions were coming in late. That is why I think that only a potentially small minority of us will hear within the next week or even two. It may well be that the bulk of admissions will be made, say, between March 13 and March 17 or even later.

I do hope that all of us on this thread will be among the lucky ones. Some people last year have engaged in speculations as to what the mechanism in making the offers is (ie by country, by continent, by application quality). I think that all these are bs but would sure like to know if there is a system of some sort. That would made the guessing and anticipation a little less of a blind man's game.

My strategy is to accept that my application will be rejected by both Cambridge and Oxford and wait for a pleasant surprise. Less damaging than the other way around, I think. I have already planned out some things I would like to do next year if I do not get in. Otherwise I think I'd be heading for a rough time.[/quote]

That is completely true, and I agree with you. I really don't understand why it is taking so long. The wait is seriously nerve wrecking.
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