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Mar 14 2017

Open Thread: Admitted

Posted in: Miscellaneous

YOU GOT IN! CELEBRATE! BE HAPPY!

 

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Mar 14 2017

Open Thread: Waitlisted

Posted in: Miscellaneous

Many people applied to MIT this year, and unfortunately we could not accept all of them. We have placed a small number of students on the waitlist. If you would like to be considered for the waitlist, or you want to learn more about it, you can read more here

Some of you may feel happy to be waitlisted. Some of you may feel sad. Some of you may have complicated feelings that you don't know what to call; that's okay too. For right now, we just ask that you have a little patience.

 

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Mar 14 2017

Open Thread: Not Admitted

Posted in: Miscellaneous

There were many wonderful applicants to MIT this year, which unfortunately means that we had to turn down a large number of incredible students. For those of you who fall into this category, this is an open forum for you to talk, shake it off, and remember that you will survive (and even thrive) wherever you go and whatever you do. 

We understand that this may be a difficult time for you, but we ask that you converse civilly and with the best of intentions, as that is the spirit of our process.

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Dec 15 2016

Open Thread: Admitted Early

Posted in: Miscellaneous, Process & Statistics

YOU GOT IN!

Check your MyMIT account tomorrow morning (around 10AM ET) for next steps for admitted students. But for now, go celebrate!

 

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Dec 15 2016

Open Thread: Deferred Early

Posted in: Miscellaneous

As you know, we had a very competitive applicant pool in Early Action, and unfortunately we could not accept all of them. If your decision was deferred, then we will reconsider your application anew in Regular Action.

Some of you may feel happy to be deferred. Some of you may feel sad. Some of you may have complicated feelings that you don't know what to call; that's okay too. 

 

We'll have some additional advice and instructions for deferred students on the blogs soon. 

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