Berkeley Traditional Track 2022/2023


Van 2022

Nothing here as well. But I believe we can hear the news very soon.

Nothing here as well. But I believe we can hear the news very soon.<br>
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Inactive User

Could be that they've rectified the error of displaying the tracking number before an actual admissions email.

Could be that they've rectified the error of displaying the tracking number before an actual admissions email.
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Could be that they've rectified the error of displaying the tracking number before an actual admissions email.

Honestly, that would be great! It is so stressful to keep checking whether random entries have appeared/ disappeared/ changed position, etc. etc. And then wait for a rejection email when the change doesn't happen.

[quote]Could be that they've rectified the error of displaying the tracking number before an actual admissions email. [/quote]<br>Honestly, that would be great! It is so stressful to keep checking whether random entries have appeared/ disappeared/ changed position, etc. etc. And then wait for a rejection email when the change doesn't happen.<br>
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Any idea if we will be receiving decisions today or if there is any delay this year?

[Edited by ovalcapybara on Mar 01, 2022]

Any idea if we will be receiving decisions today or if there is any delay this year?
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normalguy

TBH I don't think we can hear anything from UCB today bro, lets just try not to stress out and just chilllll

Any idea if we will be receiving decisions today or if they’re any delay this year?

TBH I don't think we can hear anything from UCB today bro, lets just try not to stress out and just chilllll<br><br>[quote]Any idea if we will be receiving decisions today or if they’re any delay this year? [/quote]
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Inactive User

Nothing so far. Has anyone seen any developments on the tracker?

Nothing so far. Has anyone seen any developments on the tracker?
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Nop nothing here.. :/

Nothing so far. Has anyone seen any developments on the tracker?

Nop nothing here.. :/ [quote]Nothing so far. Has anyone seen any developments on the tracker? [/quote]
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Did anything change in your tracker? I understand that you were able to access CalNet because you had an existing ID as an exchange student. Thanks!

I saw someone was admitted on 27 feb 2022 on the application tracker? 


Yes I’m admitted. I was able to sign in on CalCentral using my old credentials (I studied at Berkeley as an exchange student). 

Tried to add a screenshot here but apparently LLM Guide reviews posts that contain external links before publishing them.

<br>Did anything change in your tracker? I understand that you were able to access CalNet because you had an existing ID as an exchange student. Thanks!<br><br>[quote][quote]I saw someone was admitted on 27 feb 2022 on the application tracker?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Yes I’m admitted. I was able to sign in on CalCentral using my old credentials (I studied at Berkeley as an exchange student).&nbsp;<br><br>Tried to add a screenshot here but apparently LLM Guide reviews posts that contain external links before publishing them. [/quote]
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Glenmore22

Friends, I personally know how challenging it is to avoid sitting around looking for every little twitch in the online system as a clue. But I really do advise against that. It's so not healthy and frankly a total waste of time... unless you have nothing better to do with your time. 

Remember, we are all lawyers, trained to think logically. And this sort of obsession with monitoring the computer for tiny, usually irrelevant clues, is not logical. 

As I've said previously, I have good intel from a very high ranking official at Berkeley Law that: "Decisions are typically emailed on March 1st." Direct quote. 

So, folks, do yourselves a favor and chill! Watch a bad movie or something to kill time. Lol. The official verdict is coming soon to a computer screen near you! Lol.

Friends, I personally know how challenging it is to avoid sitting around looking for every little twitch in the online system as a clue. But I really do advise against that. It's so not healthy and frankly a total waste of time... unless you have nothing better to do with your time.&nbsp;<br><br>Remember, we are all lawyers, trained to think logically. And this sort of obsession with monitoring the computer for tiny, usually irrelevant clues, is not logical.&nbsp;<br><br>As I've said previously, I have good intel from a very high ranking official at Berkeley Law that: "Decisions are typically emailed on March 1st." Direct quote.&nbsp;<br><br>So, folks, do yourselves a favor and chill! Watch a bad movie or something to kill time. Lol. The official verdict is coming soon to a computer screen near you! Lol.
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Inactive User

Thanks, needed this. I'll get back to work now. 


Friends, I personally know how challenging it is to avoid sitting around looking for every little twitch in the online system as a clue. But I really do advise against that. It's so not healthy and frankly a total waste of time... unless you have nothing better to do with your time. 

Remember, we are all lawyers, trained to think logically. And this sort of obsession with monitoring the computer for tiny, usually irrelevant clues, is not logical. 

As I've said previously, I have good intel from a very high ranking official at Berkeley Law that: "Decisions are typically emailed on March 1st." Direct quote. 

So, folks, do yourselves a favor and chill! Watch a bad movie or something to kill time. Lol. The official verdict is coming soon to a computer screen near you! Lol.

Thanks, needed this. I'll get back to work now.&nbsp;<br><br><br>[quote]Friends, I personally know how challenging it is to avoid sitting around looking for every little twitch in the online system as a clue. But I really do advise against that. It's so not healthy and frankly a total waste of time... unless you have nothing better to do with your time.&nbsp;<br><br>Remember, we are all lawyers, trained to think logically. And this sort of obsession with monitoring the computer for tiny, usually irrelevant clues, is not logical.&nbsp;<br><br>As I've said previously, I have good intel from a very high ranking official at Berkeley Law that: "Decisions are typically emailed on March 1st." Direct quote.&nbsp;<br><br>So, folks, do yourselves a favor and chill! Watch a bad movie or something to kill time. Lol. The official verdict is coming soon to a computer screen near you! Lol. [/quote]
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lazyoverac...

The last line made me crack up, thanks for this!!

Friends, I personally know how challenging it is to avoid sitting around looking for every little twitch in the online system as a clue. But I really do advise against that. It's so not healthy and frankly a total waste of time... unless you have nothing better to do with your time. 

Remember, we are all lawyers, trained to think logically. And this sort of obsession with monitoring the computer for tiny, usually irrelevant clues, is not logical. 

As I've said previously, I have good intel from a very high ranking official at Berkeley Law that: "Decisions are typically emailed on March 1st." Direct quote. 

So, folks, do yourselves a favor and chill! Watch a bad movie or something to kill time. Lol. The official verdict is coming soon to a computer screen near you! Lol.

The last line made me crack up, thanks for this!!<br>[quote]Friends, I personally know how challenging it is to avoid sitting around looking for every little twitch in the online system as a clue. But I really do advise against that. It's so not healthy and frankly a total waste of time... unless you have nothing better to do with your time.&nbsp;<br><br>Remember, we are all lawyers, trained to think logically. And this sort of obsession with monitoring the computer for tiny, usually irrelevant clues, is not logical.&nbsp;<br><br>As I've said previously, I have good intel from a very high ranking official at Berkeley Law that: "Decisions are typically emailed on March 1st." Direct quote.&nbsp;<br><br>So, folks, do yourselves a favor and chill! Watch a bad movie or something to kill time. Lol. The official verdict is coming soon to a computer screen near you! Lol. [/quote]
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yuliassss

Friends, I personally know how challenging it is to avoid sitting around looking for every little twitch in the online system as a clue. But I really do advise against that. It's so not healthy and frankly a total waste of time... unless you have nothing better to do with your time. 





Remember, we are all lawyers, trained to think logically. And this sort of obsession with monitoring the computer for tiny, usually irrelevant clues, is not logical. 

As I've said previously, I have good intel from a very high ranking official at Berkeley Law that: "Decisions are typically emailed on March 1st." Direct quote. 

So, folks, do yourselves a favor and chill! Watch a bad movie or something to kill time. Lol. The official verdict is coming soon to a computer screen near you! Lol.




Thanks a lot for the email! I wish good luck to everyone! 

[quote]Friends, I personally know how challenging it is to avoid sitting around looking for every little twitch in the online system as a clue. But I really do advise against that. It's so not healthy and frankly a total waste of time... unless you have nothing better to do with your time.&nbsp;<br><br><br><br><br><br>Remember, we are all lawyers, trained to think logically. And this sort of obsession with monitoring the computer for tiny, usually irrelevant clues, is not logical.&nbsp;<br><br>As I've said previously, I have good intel from a very high ranking official at Berkeley Law that: "Decisions are typically emailed on March 1st." Direct quote.&nbsp;<br><br>So, folks, do yourselves a favor and chill! Watch a bad movie or something to kill time. Lol. The official verdict is coming soon to a computer screen near you! Lol. [/quote]<br><br><br><br>Thanks a lot for the email! I wish good luck to everyone!&nbsp;
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phscr


Did anything change in your tracker? I understand that you were able to access CalNet because you had an existing ID as an exchange student. Thanks!

I saw someone was admitted on 27 feb 2022 on the application tracker? 


Yes I’m admitted. I was able to sign in on CalCentral using my old credentials (I studied at Berkeley as an exchange student). 

Tried to add a screenshot here but apparently LLM Guide reviews posts that contain external links before publishing them.


No, nothing changed in my tracker — I just tried my old credentials as I suddenly remembered that I had to provide my old Cal ID during the application process.

Good luck, I’m sure decisions will be shared soon!

[quote]<br>Did anything change in your tracker? I understand that you were able to access CalNet because you had an existing ID as an exchange student. Thanks!<br><br>[quote][quote]I saw someone was admitted on 27 feb 2022 on the application tracker?&nbsp; [/quote]<br><br>Yes I’m admitted. I was able to sign in on CalCentral using my old credentials (I studied at Berkeley as an exchange student).&nbsp;<br><br>Tried to add a screenshot here but apparently LLM Guide reviews posts that contain external links before publishing them. [/quote] [/quote]<br><br>No, nothing changed in my tracker — I just tried my old credentials as I suddenly remembered that I had to provide my old Cal ID during the application process.<br><br>Good luck, I’m sure decisions will be shared soon!
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normalguy


Very good said! Folks, just try to chill out a bit! 

Friends, I personally know how challenging it is to avoid sitting around looking for every little twitch in the online system as a clue. But I really do advise against that. It's so not healthy and frankly a total waste of time... unless you have nothing better to do with your time. 

Remember, we are all lawyers, trained to think logically. And this sort of obsession with monitoring the computer for tiny, usually irrelevant clues, is not logical. 

As I've said previously, I have good intel from a very high ranking official at Berkeley Law that: "Decisions are typically emailed on March 1st." Direct quote. 

So, folks, do yourselves a favor and chill! Watch a bad movie or something to kill time. Lol. The official verdict is coming soon to a computer screen near you! Lol.

<br>Very good said! Folks, just try to chill out a bit!&nbsp;<br>[quote]Friends, I personally know how challenging it is to avoid sitting around looking for every little twitch in the online system as a clue. But I really do advise against that. It's so not healthy and frankly a total waste of time... unless you have nothing better to do with your time.&nbsp;<br><br>Remember, we are all lawyers, trained to think logically. And this sort of obsession with monitoring the computer for tiny, usually irrelevant clues, is not logical.&nbsp;<br><br>As I've said previously, I have good intel from a very high ranking official at Berkeley Law that: "Decisions are typically emailed on March 1st." Direct quote.&nbsp;<br><br>So, folks, do yourselves a favor and chill! Watch a bad movie or something to kill time. Lol. The official verdict is coming soon to a computer screen near you! Lol. [/quote]
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Just got this update in my status tracker:

“Mail Description - Mailing Date- Admission letter sent to current address”

No email yet.

[Edited by TropicalApplicant on Mar 01, 2022]

Just got this update in my status tracker:<br><br>“Mail Description - Mailing Date- Admission letter sent to current address”<br><br>No email yet.
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Block874

I can now see "Admission letter sent to current address" under the "Mailings" header on the status checker.

No e-mail yet.

[Edited by Block874 on Mar 01, 2022]

I can now see "Admission letter sent to current address" under the "Mailings" header on the status checker.<br><br>No e-mail yet.
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R119

I still don't see anything under Mailings! Perhaps having "Admission letter sent" means something good is coming! Good luck and keep us updated 

I still don't see anything under Mailings! Perhaps having "Admission letter sent" means something good is coming! Good luck and keep us updated&nbsp;
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I also do not have anything under mailings. It’s probably a good thing to have “admissions letter sent,” but I hope it isn’t a bad thing not to have it. The wait is killing me, but I have faith! Good luck, everyone!

I still don't see anything under Mailings! Perhaps having "Admission letter sent" means something good is coming! Good luck and keep us updated 

I also do not have anything under mailings. It’s probably a good thing to have “admissions letter sent,” but I hope it isn’t a bad thing not to have it. The wait is killing me, but I have faith! Good luck, everyone!<br><br>[quote]I still don't see anything under Mailings! Perhaps having "Admission letter sent" means something good is coming! Good luck and keep us updated&nbsp; [/quote]
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cmdeik

Same here. Waiting for that email. 


Good luck to you all. 

Just got this update in my status tracker:

“Mail Description - Mailing Date- Admission letter sent to current address”

No email yet.

Same here. Waiting for that email.&nbsp;<br><br><br>Good luck to you all.&nbsp;<br><br>[quote]Just got this update in my status tracker:<br><br>“Mail Description - Mailing Date- Admission letter sent to current address”<br><br>No email yet. [/quote]
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FIB

Same here. No email yet.

Just got this update in my status tracker:

“Mail Description - Mailing Date- Admission letter sent to current address”

No email yet.

Same here. No email yet.<br><br>[quote]Just got this update in my status tracker:<br><br>“Mail Description - Mailing Date- Admission letter sent to current address”<br><br>No email yet. [/quote]
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