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Calling all Waitlisted Tuck Applicants: (2018 Intake) Class of 2020

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Does anyone know about the timing of when we could expect an admit decision if it were to come? What is the earliest that might happen? Is it a scenario where it's somewhat of a rolling basis as EA admits decline and spots open up or as they evaluate us in comparison with the R1 folks? Or do they just hang on to us as backups all the way through R2/R3 and the earliest we could expect a decision is after they work through all of the regular rounds?
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Does anyone know about the timing of when we could expect an admit decision if it were to come? What is the earliest that might happen? Is it a scenario where it's somewhat of a rolling basis as EA admits decline and spots open up or as they evaluate us in comparison with the R1 folks? Or do they just hang on to us as backups all the way through R2/R3 and the earliest we could expect a decision is after they work through all of the regular rounds?

I was waitlisted as well, but since I got an Admit from another school I have taken that option.

This is information from the Tuck Website : " Admission of applicants from the waiting list typically does not occur until the middle of May at the earliest, and is concluded by July 1."

Link --> https://admissions.dartmouth.edu/check- ... nformation

Hope this helps. I wish you the best!

Regards,
Vishnu
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Has anyone received a mail other than the automated response for their wait-list status?
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