Do we know how many people are being accepted each day? 5? 7? If it's 28 for each cohort, wouldn't 7 people be accepted each day for 4 days straight? And if the trend is to receive an email every morning at 7am, then maybe we only have two more mornings of acceptance letters?
Probably overthinking it.
I was waitlisted no. 12 for the fall and only moved up to no. 9. I was more hopeful for the spring of 2019 but now I'm not so sure. I do think more people are moved off the waitlist because I think more people find out about other programs they applied to that they consider enrolling at.