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New post 02 Jan 2007, 10:35
I see that UCLA has rolling admissions. Is this just a myth to have the candidates submit their applications earlier so the adcomm can have more to review apps.

It makes sense for them to review all the apps in a current round instead of deciding on a candidate as they come in. Thoughts?
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New post 02 Jan 2007, 10:47
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I see that UCLA has rolling admissions. Is this just a myth to have the candidates submit their applications earlier so the adcomm can have more to review apps.

It makes sense for them to review all the apps in a current round instead of deciding on a candidate as they come in. Thoughts?


LOL. Paranoid. It's not a big conspiracy man :)

Rolling admissions also doesnt STRICTLY mean they decide immediately when it comes in, it means that they release decisions as they make them - not just on one specific date.
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New post 02 Jan 2007, 12:04
Notre Dame does rolling... it is like 30 days or less from submit provided it is submitted before Jan.
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New post 02 Jan 2007, 14:26
They make it sound like you have an advantage over the other students in a round if you submit earlier. This is clearly not the case.
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