I didn't get in either. I had 22.71 so slightly less than you. I knew it was unlikely just by looking at the odds with 300 people, and the maximum amount of points available. I was still crushed, but I guess thats part of it. I am upset that I didn't get in, but not at them at them. Its just the way it goes. I didn't have enough points, but next time I will have 3 extra points, the classes from this semester a 4.0 instead of a 3.7 etc, and I will get in. On the other hand I am mad at the way the delay was handled. I think it was unthinkable to leave us hanging for three days without a word. I think it made it much worse on everyone. I know I couldn't concentrate, couldn't sleep, got behind on work, didn't do as well on a quiz as I would have etc. By Wed afternoon my nerves were raw, my adrenals were shot, my head was pounding from stress headache, and I was mentally, and physically exhausted. It was truely a type of torture that could of, and should have been avoided. It would have taken them less than an hour to send out a GROUP email to everyone letting them know there was a delay, and not to expect the emails to go out until the end of the week. They emails were supposed to go out on Monday, so everything should have been done by Monday. I can almost bet they knew Friday afternoon when they went home for the weekend, the emails were not ready to go out Monday morning, and that there was problem. They could have even sent a group email then. By the time everyone was getting an email, and I wasn't I was physically ill. I sit there while still looking at an empty mail box in a mental/physical crisis that had accumulated over three days of intense stress with no climax. There was no "rejection letter" nothing at all (It finally came late Thursday). I had a miscarriage once, and in a way it was sort of like that. Your pregnant, you have baby things, you have a little belly, your life is different, and then boom. You go to the hospital, and when you come out you have NO baby, No belly, there's no funeral, and everyone pretends nothing happened. It like you life should be the same as before, but its not. This was like that I sit for three days with hopes, dreams etc, and then nothing. All of the sudden I am supposed to just go on. Monday I was mentally prepared for a rejection, and it would have been so much easier. I don't think I would have felt like that. I have been taking it easy since Wed. I am getting caught up on sleep, eating healthy foods, and getting my body, and mind back together so I can refocus. My whole week was down the drain. I can't help feel that this could have all been prevented simply by communication, and a small amount of decency, and kindness on their part. So I am a little upset over the way things were handled. It's hard to put in to words, but I just feel they don't care how they treat us. It scares me a bit considering that I have just about all my prereqs lined up to go to their school. I also wonder what caused the delay. On Friday they should have had all the applicants points, and on Monday they put them in order from the greatest amount of points to the least. The top 40 get an email. If there is a tie then what ever they decided before hand breaks the tie (more classes, highest GPA, best test score) etc. On our applications there was almost no other information so what else could they have been doing that took them 3 days. It makes no sense. I think they should tell us what the delay was. After what we had to deal with its the least they could do. In the future it would be nice if they communicated a little, and showed some basic respect for others.