Agreed - if anything, it works in your favor.
One thing a lot of applicants forget is that you're not only competing for spots, they're competing for candidates. It's a two way street. In your interviews they will often ask where else you've applied.
Think of it this way - you're in the market for a new car. You REALLY want a BMW so you go to the BMW dealer and go, "This is it, this is what I want!" - how hard do you think s/he will try? But if you went and said "I'm really interested in a BMW but I'm also looking at Audi and Mercedes..." - well now you've turned up the pressure a little bit!
Honestly - it doesn't matter at all so don't sweat it.
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