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Got an email just now saying that decisions were available on the portal. Accepted! :) I was so nervous when I got that email without the call that others have mentioned. Good luck to those still wait

I am also on the waitlist. Congrats to all those who have been accepted (and my fellow waitlisters!), you have truly accomplished as great feat! Does anyone know how many people are on the waitlist?

I was accepted and declined my seat today, best of luck to those of you on the waitlist!

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