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Does it matter when in a round you apply?

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New post 06 Jan 2006, 03:14
Hey everyone-

Does it matter when you apply in a round? Do first week applicants of R3 have an advantage over R3 deadline applicants...ie do they wait until they get them all for a round and then start deciding or is it rolling?

Thanks in advance...and Happy New Year

and yes..I know R3 is a shitty time to apply :?

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New post 07 Jan 2006, 21:52
For schools that have specific deadlines, not rolling ones, they don't review until after the deadline. So yep R3 blows no matter how you slice it!

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