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- Okay, I did some more digging on this site - we found out on Simon last spring on May 12. And seat fees were posted on May 17. So I'm wondering if it will be the same as last year - that they need to enter decisions on Simon to do a "mail merge" for their letters. Either way, it's down to a week!
- May 4, '12 by TdavisRN2014I saw that.....so dont be paniced if next week coes and we dont have seat fees yet. we could still be in....
- Quote from TdavisRN2014Yea, I'm not concerned because I know from experience last year! LOL I found out I was rejected on the night of a final, so that should give everyone an indication of when, and that they stretch it out to exactly eight weeks.I saw that.....so dont be paniced if next week coes and we dont have seat fees yet. we could still be in....
- May 4, '12 by DanaMSorry for getting on here so late but i was told the end of next week they will be mailed out as well. One more week!!!! But I am not looking forward to finding out on the day of a final...that would be way too distracting!
- At least everyone is hearing the same!
I would think if they change Simon (I mean really, what's up with that!) that we'd see something on there before we'd get a letter... at least that's always how it's been in past admissions cycles? Either way, it's almost over!
- May 5, '12 by TdavisRN2014Heres my next question....when the letters do come, if you are accepted is it just a single letter or a huge envelope / package?
maybe denial is a single letter and acceptance is huge package or both is just a letter....just wondering.
- May 6, '12 by Djsage13I was told from someone who got accepted in the spring that a small envelope is not good.
- May 6, '12 by TdavisRN2014oh. geesh.....so lets pray for big envelopes!!
- May 6, '12 by ☮ ♥ and ✚From experience last year, a small envelope is definitely not good. It's just a single piece of paper - and it's a very generic letter that doesn't tell you why you were rejected. It just says that the applicant pool was so competitive and while you (in general) met the minimum requirements, they had to accept the students who were most qualified.
Boo. :-( Maybe we'll find out something this week.
- May 6, '12 by TdavisRN2014I just want to know already....this week is going to truly be the longest. I am so scared that I wont get in. I applied with a 4.0 average and scored a 70.5% Proficient on the Teas and scored above a 69% on reading...I got an 89.5%. Essex states that they recommend that you score at least a proficient on the TEAS and score atleast a 69% on reading....but Im still afraid that my TEAS score wasnt high enough based on other posts that I have read. I would really hate to think that all of my hard work just boiled down to a standardized test score....
Maybe Im worring for nothing. Sorry...just had to vent a little....:-)