Cambridge LLM 2017 - 2018 Applicants


username_i...

Guys, I totally sympathize. The wait sucks and it is distracting.

But we seem to have gone a little bit too far imo. Close-knit family? C'mon! :-D We just share the same admissions experience and some of us may be classmates at uni next year. We're not adopting babies together :-D It'll just be a couple more days, about two weeks tops. I am all for insanity and sharing it and reading about it here IS entertaining. But while this place is anonymous, let's not embarass ourselves too much :-P

On the 'unusual' point. As ever, it is pointeless to read too much into anything. I've wasted my time doing that when we started moving to DC which, according to the Cam GA website, seemed significant. But it was not and the use of that word probably isn't either. Maybe they meant they handed down decisions earlier to everybody last year (which they probably did). Let's just wait :-)

Guys, I totally sympathize. The wait sucks and it is distracting.

But we seem to have gone a little bit too far imo. Close-knit family? C'mon! :-D We just share the same admissions experience and some of us may be classmates at uni next year. We're not adopting babies together :-D It'll just be a couple more days, about two weeks tops. I am all for insanity and sharing it and reading about it here IS entertaining. But while this place is anonymous, let's not embarass ourselves too much :-P

On the 'unusual' point. As ever, it is pointeless to read too much into anything. I've wasted my time doing that when we started moving to DC which, according to the Cam GA website, seemed significant. But it was not and the use of that word probably isn't either. Maybe they meant they handed down decisions earlier to everybody last year (which they probably did). Let's just wait :-)
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pinkUY

My mind is starting to tease me, but is there any possibility that someone who is not part of this forum has already received an approval from BOGS?

I don't know, but idn4ihl's message has put such idea on my mind because he was told that his situation is unusual, obviously the situation of us all is unusual, but I am thinking that if there is a general delay in confirmations/ rejections people in Admissions Office would be aware of that and inform so. Instead, they said that the situation is "unusual" (that word is now fixed on me).

As you can see, I share your anxiety status as well. I am supposed to be working now but I find it reaaaally hard to focus.


The lady I spoke to first from the Admissions Office of the Board of Graduate Studies actually sounded confused when I told her that I (with everyone here in mind) have been 'under consideration by DC' since January. But then, the lady I spoke to from the LLM Administration said that the 7 days-delay set on Cambridge's website is irrelevant - my guess is that the Law Dept have their own admissions procedure and their own timeline. If so, I just hope that their timeline won't make us wait any longer :D

PS: I'm not a 'he' but a 'she' :))) But that's okay haha. It was just funny to read 'he' while referring to me.


sorry!!! your username didn't give me any clue about your gender. I am also a "she", but I suppose you assume that by my username "pink" haha

[quote][quote]My mind is starting to tease me, but is there any possibility that someone who is not part of this forum has already received an approval from BOGS?

I don't know, but idn4ihl's message has put such idea on my mind because he was told that his situation is unusual, obviously the situation of us all is unusual, but I am thinking that if there is a general delay in confirmations/ rejections people in Admissions Office would be aware of that and inform so. Instead, they said that the situation is "unusual" (that word is now fixed on me).

As you can see, I share your anxiety status as well. I am supposed to be working now but I find it reaaaally hard to focus. [/quote]

The lady I spoke to first from the Admissions Office of the Board of Graduate Studies actually sounded confused when I told her that I (with everyone here in mind) have been 'under consideration by DC' since January. But then, the lady I spoke to from the LLM Administration said that the 7 days-delay set on Cambridge's website is irrelevant - my guess is that the Law Dept have their own admissions procedure and their own timeline. If so, I just hope that their timeline won't make us wait any longer :D

PS: I'm not a 'he' but a 'she' :))) But that's okay haha. It was just funny to read 'he' while referring to me.[/quote]

sorry!!! your username didn't give me any clue about your gender. I am also a "she", but I suppose you assume that by my username "pink" haha
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bsd987

For those reading these posts in 2018, please note that it was March 2 at about 9pm UK time where we began discussing pronouns and explaining our usernames. If you bring either up on your 2018/19 thread before then, your anxiety levels have surpassed a healthy level far too early in the process. We suggest two shots of your favo(u)rite beverage. Or an extra slice of pie.

For those reading these posts in 2018, please note that it was March 2 at about 9pm UK time where we began discussing pronouns and explaining our usernames. If you bring either up on your 2018/19 thread before then, your anxiety levels have surpassed a healthy level far too early in the process. We suggest two shots of your favo(u)rite beverage. Or an extra slice of pie.
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idn4ihl

For those reading these posts in 2018, please note that it was March 2 at about 9pm UK time where we began discussing pronouns and explaining our usernames. If you bring either up on your 2018/19 thread before then, your anxiety levels have surpassed a healthy level far too early in the process. We suggest two shots of your favo(u)rite beverage. Or an extra slice of pie.


I laughed more than I should have. We have a winner here.

And @pinkUY, no worries hahaha, it means that I chose my username well then :))

[Edited by idn4ihl on Mar 02, 2017]

[quote]For those reading these posts in 2018, please note that it was March 2 at about 9pm UK time where we began discussing pronouns and explaining our usernames. If you bring either up on your 2018/19 thread before then, your anxiety levels have surpassed a healthy level far too early in the process. We suggest two shots of your favo(u)rite beverage. Or an extra slice of pie.[/quote]

I laughed more than I should have. We have a winner here.

And @pinkUY, no worries hahaha, it means that I chose my username well then :))
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username_i...

For those reading these posts in 2018, please note that it was March 2 at about 9pm UK time where we began discussing pronouns and explaining our usernames. If you bring either up on your 2018/19 thread before then, your anxiety levels have surpassed a healthy level far too early in the process. We suggest two shots of your favo(u)rite beverage. Or an extra slice of pie.


Or both.

Damn, you nailed it.

[quote]For those reading these posts in 2018, please note that it was March 2 at about 9pm UK time where we began discussing pronouns and explaining our usernames. If you bring either up on your 2018/19 thread before then, your anxiety levels have surpassed a healthy level far too early in the process. We suggest two shots of your favo(u)rite beverage. Or an extra slice of pie.[/quote]

Or both.

Damn, you nailed it.
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Vari57

If you bring either up on your 2018/19 thread before then, your anxiety levels have surpassed a healthy level far too early in the process. We suggest two shots of your favo(u)rite beverage.


Judging by the comments, I reckon that many (correction: most!!) of us on here have already been hitting the bottle out of sheer misery at the never-ending-saga that is the Degree Committee. It has become like Groundhog day, as another poster said earlier, or perhaps the NeverEnding Story.

I've been entertained by some of the recent posts - particularly the above - and share the same emotions as everyone else.

I have taken to lurking, however, since I can't quite think of anything even remotely useful or edifying to say anymore....it's gone on so loooooong.......

I have never in my life known a wait like this for the outcome of an application and I've applied for a LOT of things. And reading through the threads of yesteryear, I've never encountered one quite like ours either - at least that's one silver lining (I think)...hmmm.........

[Edited by Vari57 on Mar 03, 2017]

[quote] If you bring either up on your 2018/19 thread before then, your anxiety levels have surpassed a healthy level far too early in the process. We suggest two shots of your favo(u)rite beverage.[/quote]

Judging by the comments, I reckon that many (correction: most!!) of us on here have already been hitting the bottle out of sheer misery at the never-ending-saga that is the Degree Committee. It has become like Groundhog day, as another poster said earlier, or perhaps the NeverEnding Story.

I've been entertained by some of the recent posts - particularly the above - and share the same emotions as everyone else.

I have taken to lurking, however, since I can't quite think of anything even remotely useful or edifying to say anymore....it's gone on so loooooong.......

I have never in my life known a wait like this for the outcome of an application and I've applied for a LOT of things. And reading through the threads of yesteryear, I've never encountered one quite like ours either - at least that's one silver lining (I think)...hmmm.........
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I just had a close look at the 2013-2014 discussion. It seems that only a handful of people had been BOGS'd at this time in 2014. Only started to roll out around 5-6th March. Before that only a handful had been BOGS'd including MCL's. Someone mentioned that a board meeting was scheduled on the 6th.

So, I'm certain we'll start seeing some changes soon. Like some have pointed out, a meeting is scheduled tomorrrow. Probably start rolling out next week until end of March (yes, in the last few years people have received offers long past the March 15 deadline mentioned on their site).

Patience is the word for now. We'll all have received a response within a month.

[Edited by synamicdamurai on Mar 03, 2017]

I just had a close look at the 2013-2014 discussion. It seems that only a handful of people had been BOGS'd at this time in 2014. Only started to roll out around 5-6th March. Before that only a handful had been BOGS'd including MCL's. Someone mentioned that a board meeting was scheduled on the 6th.

So, I'm certain we'll start seeing some changes soon. Like some have pointed out, a meeting is scheduled tomorrrow. Probably start rolling out next week until end of March (yes, in the last few years people have received offers long past the March 15 deadline mentioned on their site).

Patience is the word for now. We'll all have received a response within a month.
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britcanuck

"But we seem to have gone a little bit too far imo. Close-knit family? C'mon! :-D We just share the same admissions experience and some of us may be classmates at uni next year. We're not adopting babies together :-D It'll just be a couple more days, about two weeks tops. I am all for insanity and sharing it and reading about it here IS entertaining. But while this place is anonymous, let's not embarass ourselves too much :-P "

To the poster - Username is use..,

I made the comment about the posters in this thread being like a "close knit family" as a tongue in cheek comment. Meaning, it was said in jest, and not intended to be taken seriously. I did not realize you were such a literalist that you would construe my words so literally. I would suggest you relax and not be so uptight! We are all just trying to handle this agonizing wait in our own crazy, irrational way, and with a sense of humour. I apologize if my posting so offended your fragile sensibilities. Maybe next time you should refrain from responding if you cannot handle a little bit of zany humour.



"But we seem to have gone a little bit too far imo. Close-knit family? C'mon! :-D We just share the same admissions experience and some of us may be classmates at uni next year. We're not adopting babies together :-D It'll just be a couple more days, about two weeks tops. I am all for insanity and sharing it and reading about it here IS entertaining. But while this place is anonymous, let's not embarass ourselves too much :-P "

To the poster - Username is use..,

I made the comment about the posters in this thread being like a "close knit family" as a tongue in cheek comment. Meaning, it was said in jest, and not intended to be taken seriously. I did not realize you were such a literalist that you would construe my words so literally. I would suggest you relax and not be so uptight! We are all just trying to handle this agonizing wait in our own crazy, irrational way, and with a sense of humour. I apologize if my posting so offended your fragile sensibilities. Maybe next time you should refrain from responding if you cannot handle a little bit of zany humour.
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bsd987



"But we seem to have gone a little bit too far imo. Close-knit family? C'mon! :-D We just share the same admissions experience and some of us may be classmates at uni next year. We're not adopting babies together :-D It'll just be a couple more days, about two weeks tops. I am all for insanity and sharing it and reading about it here IS entertaining. But while this place is anonymous, let's not embarass ourselves too much :-P "

To the poster - Username is use..,

I made the comment about the posters in this thread being like a "close knit family" as a tongue in cheek comment. Meaning, it was said in jest, and not intended to be taken seriously. I did not realize you were such a literalist that you would construe my words so literally. I would suggest you relax and not be so uptight! We are all just trying to handle this agonizing wait in our own crazy, irrational way, and with a sense of humour. I apologize if my posting so offended your fragile sensibilities. Maybe next time you should refrain from responding if you cannot handle a little bit of zany humour.


I thought (s)he was being tongue-in-cheek in that response as well, but I could be wrong.

But to everyone, since this isn't the first time in this thread something like this has happened: Remember that we come from many different cultures and language backgrounds. We have different concepts (and spellings) of humo(u)r. What could be to one person a joke could appear as an insult to another, especially when we're all stressed out and anxious. I would hope everyone is on the same page in not intending to offend or belittle anyone on here; I think we should try to give people the benefit of the doubt. If a comment seems off-color, I'm willing to look the other way and write it off as a cross-cultural misunderstanding, at least until someone continuously shows an indifference to others.

Now, to lighten the mood. Let's play a game we all can enjoy. Imagine you're stranded on a desert island for eternity and you can only have 200 bilateral treaties to read. Which 200 do you pick?

[that last paragraph is a joke]

[quote]

"But we seem to have gone a little bit too far imo. Close-knit family? C'mon! :-D We just share the same admissions experience and some of us may be classmates at uni next year. We're not adopting babies together :-D It'll just be a couple more days, about two weeks tops. I am all for insanity and sharing it and reading about it here IS entertaining. But while this place is anonymous, let's not embarass ourselves too much :-P "

To the poster - Username is use..,

I made the comment about the posters in this thread being like a "close knit family" as a tongue in cheek comment. Meaning, it was said in jest, and not intended to be taken seriously. I did not realize you were such a literalist that you would construe my words so literally. I would suggest you relax and not be so uptight! We are all just trying to handle this agonizing wait in our own crazy, irrational way, and with a sense of humour. I apologize if my posting so offended your fragile sensibilities. Maybe next time you should refrain from responding if you cannot handle a little bit of zany humour.
[/quote]

I thought (s)he was being tongue-in-cheek in that response as well, but I could be wrong.

But to everyone, since this isn't the first time in this thread something like this has happened: Remember that we come from many different cultures and language backgrounds. We have different concepts (and spellings) of humo(u)r. What could be to one person a joke could appear as an insult to another, especially when we're all stressed out and anxious. I would hope everyone is on the same page in not intending to offend or belittle anyone on here; I think we should try to give people the benefit of the doubt. If a comment seems off-color, I'm willing to look the other way and write it off as a cross-cultural misunderstanding, at least until someone continuously shows an indifference to others.

Now, to lighten the mood. Let's play a game we all can enjoy. Imagine you're stranded on a desert island for eternity and you can only have 200 bilateral treaties to read. Which 200 do you pick?

[that last paragraph is a joke]
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britcanuck



"But we seem to have gone a little bit too far imo. Close-knit family? C'mon! :-D We just share the same admissions experience and some of us may be classmates at uni next year. We're not adopting babies together :-D It'll just be a couple more days, about two weeks tops. I am all for insanity and sharing it and reading about it here IS entertaining. But while this place is anonymous, let's not embarass ourselves too much :-P "

To the poster - Username is use..,

I made the comment about the posters in this thread being like a "close knit family" as a tongue in cheek comment. Meaning, it was said in jest, and not intended to be taken seriously. I did not realize you were such a literalist that you would construe my words so literally. I would suggest you relax and not be so uptight! We are all just trying to handle this agonizing wait in our own crazy, irrational way, and with a sense of humour. I apologize if my posting so offended your fragile sensibilities. Maybe next time you should refrain from responding if you cannot handle a little bit of zany humour.


I thought (s)he was being tongue-in-cheek in that response as well, but I could be wrong.

But to everyone, since this isn't the first time in this thread something like this has happened: Remember that we come from many different cultures and language backgrounds. We have different concepts (and spellings) of humo(u)r. What could be to one person a joke could appear as an insult to another, especially when we're all stressed out and anxious. I would hope everyone is on the same page in not intending to offend or belittle anyone on here; I think we should try to give people the benefit of the doubt. If a comment seems off-color, I'm willing to look the other way and write it off as a cross-cultural misunderstanding, at least until someone continuously shows an indifference to others.

Now, to lighten the mood. Let's play a game we all can enjoy. Imagine you're stranded on a desert island for eternity and you can only have 200 bilateral treaties to read. Which 200 do you pick?

[that last paragraph is a joke]

Thank you, to the poster above! I concur wholeheartedly with your comments. Since the poster I responded to (Username is Use...) was the only one to react in such a manner to my previous posting, I am quite sure, I won't have this issue again with anyone else. By the way, just to clarify, humour (with a 'U') is the British way of spelling. However, I also acknowledge the American spelling of humor (without the 'U'). And I say that with a smile.

[Edited by britcanuck on Mar 03, 2017]

[quote][quote]

"But we seem to have gone a little bit too far imo. Close-knit family? C'mon! :-D We just share the same admissions experience and some of us may be classmates at uni next year. We're not adopting babies together :-D It'll just be a couple more days, about two weeks tops. I am all for insanity and sharing it and reading about it here IS entertaining. But while this place is anonymous, let's not embarass ourselves too much :-P "

To the poster - Username is use..,

I made the comment about the posters in this thread being like a "close knit family" as a tongue in cheek comment. Meaning, it was said in jest, and not intended to be taken seriously. I did not realize you were such a literalist that you would construe my words so literally. I would suggest you relax and not be so uptight! We are all just trying to handle this agonizing wait in our own crazy, irrational way, and with a sense of humour. I apologize if my posting so offended your fragile sensibilities. Maybe next time you should refrain from responding if you cannot handle a little bit of zany humour.
[/quote]

I thought (s)he was being tongue-in-cheek in that response as well, but I could be wrong.

But to everyone, since this isn't the first time in this thread something like this has happened: Remember that we come from many different cultures and language backgrounds. We have different concepts (and spellings) of humo(u)r. What could be to one person a joke could appear as an insult to another, especially when we're all stressed out and anxious. I would hope everyone is on the same page in not intending to offend or belittle anyone on here; I think we should try to give people the benefit of the doubt. If a comment seems off-color, I'm willing to look the other way and write it off as a cross-cultural misunderstanding, at least until someone continuously shows an indifference to others.

Now, to lighten the mood. Let's play a game we all can enjoy. Imagine you're stranded on a desert island for eternity and you can only have 200 bilateral treaties to read. Which 200 do you pick?

[that last paragraph is a joke]

Thank you, to the poster above! I concur wholeheartedly with your comments. Since the poster I responded to (Username is Use...) was the only one to react in such a manner to my previous posting, I am quite sure, I won't have this issue again with anyone else. By the way, just to clarify, humour (with a 'U') is the British way of spelling. However, I also acknowledge the American spelling of humor (without the 'U'). And I say that with a smile.
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Vari57



"But we seem to have gone a little bit too far imo. Close-knit family? C'mon! :-D We just share the same admissions experience and some of us may be classmates at uni next year. We're not adopting babies together :-D It'll just be a couple more days, about two weeks tops. I am all for insanity and sharing it and reading about it here IS entertaining. But while this place is anonymous, let's not embarass ourselves too much :-P "

To the poster - Username is use..,

I made the comment about the posters in this thread being like a "close knit family" as a tongue in cheek comment. Meaning, it was said in jest, and not intended to be taken seriously. I did not realize you were such a literalist that you would construe my words so literally. I would suggest you relax and not be so uptight! We are all just trying to handle this agonizing wait in our own crazy, irrational way, and with a sense of humour. I apologize if my posting so offended your fragile sensibilities. Maybe next time you should refrain from responding if you cannot handle a little bit of zany humour.


I thought (s)he was being tongue-in-cheek in that response as well, but I could be wrong.

But to everyone, since this isn't the first time in this thread something like this has happened: Remember that we come from many different cultures and language backgrounds. We have different concepts (and spellings) of humo(u)r. What could be to one person a joke could appear as an insult to another, especially when we're all stressed out and anxious. I would hope everyone is on the same page in not intending to offend or belittle anyone on here; I think we should try to give people the benefit of the doubt. If a comment seems off-color, I'm willing to look the other way and write it off as a cross-cultural misunderstanding, at least until someone continuously shows an indifference to others.

Now, to lighten the mood. Let's play a game we all can enjoy. Imagine you're stranded on a desert island for eternity and you can only have 200 bilateral treaties to read. Which 200 do you pick?

[that last paragraph is a joke]



Good post, we could all use such a reality check.

[quote][quote]

"But we seem to have gone a little bit too far imo. Close-knit family? C'mon! :-D We just share the same admissions experience and some of us may be classmates at uni next year. We're not adopting babies together :-D It'll just be a couple more days, about two weeks tops. I am all for insanity and sharing it and reading about it here IS entertaining. But while this place is anonymous, let's not embarass ourselves too much :-P "

To the poster - Username is use..,

I made the comment about the posters in this thread being like a "close knit family" as a tongue in cheek comment. Meaning, it was said in jest, and not intended to be taken seriously. I did not realize you were such a literalist that you would construe my words so literally. I would suggest you relax and not be so uptight! We are all just trying to handle this agonizing wait in our own crazy, irrational way, and with a sense of humour. I apologize if my posting so offended your fragile sensibilities. Maybe next time you should refrain from responding if you cannot handle a little bit of zany humour.
[/quote]

I thought (s)he was being tongue-in-cheek in that response as well, but I could be wrong.

But to everyone, since this isn't the first time in this thread something like this has happened: Remember that we come from many different cultures and language backgrounds. We have different concepts (and spellings) of humo(u)r. What could be to one person a joke could appear as an insult to another, especially when we're all stressed out and anxious. I would hope everyone is on the same page in not intending to offend or belittle anyone on here; I think we should try to give people the benefit of the doubt. If a comment seems off-color, I'm willing to look the other way and write it off as a cross-cultural misunderstanding, at least until someone continuously shows an indifference to others.

Now, to lighten the mood. Let's play a game we all can enjoy. Imagine you're stranded on a desert island for eternity and you can only have 200 bilateral treaties to read. Which 200 do you pick?

[that last paragraph is a joke][/quote]


Good post, we could all use such a reality check.
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username_i...

"I apologize if my posting so offended your fragile sensibilities."

"...since this isn't the first time in this thread something like this has happened"

Haha, guys, are you being serious? I was just making fun of your kind of insanity. Feel free to do the same with any of my admittedly insane posts :-)

"I apologize if my posting so offended your fragile sensibilities."

"...since this isn't the first time in this thread something like this has happened"

Haha, guys, are you being serious? I was just making fun of your kind of insanity. Feel free to do the same with any of my admittedly insane posts :-)

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Hannah Dau...

Folks I am a PhD law applicant but follow this thread haha..

my fellow applicants have gone silent for the past 48 hours. I want to believe today is the day but I think I know it is not. The student registry says the meeting is 9th of March, which means decisions are likely to come a few days later, I wish they had some heart and just gave clear answers. You call and it is so vague if only they said everyone will know by x date, we could focus on that and probably get work done! I sit here more unproductive than ever.

Anyhow we all feel the same anxiety for sure and I genuinely hope March is a happy month for us all :)

Folks I am a PhD law applicant but follow this thread haha..

my fellow applicants have gone silent for the past 48 hours. I want to believe today is the day but I think I know it is not. The student registry says the meeting is 9th of March, which means decisions are likely to come a few days later, I wish they had some heart and just gave clear answers. You call and it is so vague if only they said everyone will know by x date, we could focus on that and probably get work done! I sit here more unproductive than ever.

Anyhow we all feel the same anxiety for sure and I genuinely hope March is a happy month for us all :)
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Folks I am a PhD law applicant but follow this thread haha..

my fellow applicants have gone silent for the past 48 hours. I want to believe today is the day but I think I know it is not. The student registry says the meeting is 9th of March, which means decisions are likely to come a few days later, I wish they had some heart and just gave clear answers. You call and it is so vague if only they said everyone will know by x date, we could focus on that and probably get work done! I sit here more unproductive than ever.

Anyhow we all feel the same anxiety for sure and I genuinely hope March is a happy month for us all :)


To take the edge off the wait I've been submitting applications to other unis! I really should make a start on my BPTC work instead as I have exams looming... I take comfort in knowing that March 15th isn't TOO long away, especially since we've been waiting since November for any kind of update!

As always, sending lovely, positive, uplifting thoughts to everyone waiting (LLM/MCL/PhD). I don't know about you guys, but I'm definitely keeping my fingers and toes crossed for us all. :) :)

[quote]Folks I am a PhD law applicant but follow this thread haha..

my fellow applicants have gone silent for the past 48 hours. I want to believe today is the day but I think I know it is not. The student registry says the meeting is 9th of March, which means decisions are likely to come a few days later, I wish they had some heart and just gave clear answers. You call and it is so vague if only they said everyone will know by x date, we could focus on that and probably get work done! I sit here more unproductive than ever.

Anyhow we all feel the same anxiety for sure and I genuinely hope March is a happy month for us all :) [/quote]

To take the edge off the wait I've been submitting applications to other unis! I really should make a start on my BPTC work instead as I have exams looming... I take comfort in knowing that March 15th isn't TOO long away, especially since we've been waiting since November for any kind of update!

As always, sending lovely, positive, uplifting thoughts to everyone waiting (LLM/MCL/PhD). I don't know about you guys, but I'm definitely keeping my fingers and toes crossed for us all. :) :)
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Jcm

Hi guys!
It appears that decisions started rolling for MCL applicants. Any changes on your camsis for LLM? Mine is stuck in DC's limbo.

Hi guys!
It appears that decisions started rolling for MCL applicants. Any changes on your camsis for LLM? Mine is stuck in DC's limbo.
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Hi guys!
It appears that decisions started rolling for MCL applicants. Any changes on your camsis for LLM? Mine is stuck in DC's limbo.


#DClimbotoo

[quote]Hi guys!
It appears that decisions started rolling for MCL applicants. Any changes on your camsis for LLM? Mine is stuck in DC's limbo.[/quote]

#DClimbotoo
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abrofeldt

#ForeverDC (apparently)

#ForeverDC (apparently)
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CamCari

#ForeverDC

#ForeverDC
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bsd987

My new life goal is to get #ForeverDC trending on Twitter. Since my old life goal of Cambridge someday updating my status is clearly fruitless.

My new life goal is to get #ForeverDC trending on Twitter. Since my old life goal of Cambridge someday updating my status is clearly fruitless.
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Vari57

#ForeverDC

#ForeverDC
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