I’ve decided that before I go to bed I should take advantage of the awesome capabilities of this wonderful invention called “The Laptop.” It has this unique ability called “mobility” that allows me to write while propped up in bed and listening to the Toy Story soundtrack. Anywho, I figured that if I was trying to keep up with my “entry every other day” pace I have about 15 minutes to post an entry. Unfortunately I don’t have anything to say, so I’m going to do a google search, find some misconception about MIT, and debunk it. This should be fun!
*Doesn’t find much, decides to make things juicy by adding “CollegeConfidential” to the search*
*Gags at the cesspool that is CollegeConfidential while wading through it*
OMG guys! You made a CollegeConfidential thread about me!?
Ok, time for the debunking to begin, didn’t think I’d have to debunk my own rumor.
So I’m the new guy here, I’ve only been officially blogging for a couple of months, and I just now realized that what can start as a simple guess as to an admissions release date can spiral wildly out of control. I underestimate your tenacity. Let me the set the record straight, por favor (I really want to avoid nasty e-mails from Ben and Matt and I have this funny feeling that said e-mails are in the works).
I am a student. Students don’t get to know when decisions are released. Honestly, they don’t tell us, it’s top secret. Anything you heard me say about March 22nd was, and has always been labeled as, A GUESS. When Matt or Ben post when the decision date is we will all know together, it’ll be a big happy group learning experience.
So that’s that. Decisions may come out on the 15th, they may come out on the 22nd, they may come out on Christmas (at which point I’d have to lol), I don’t know. Need to pass the time between now and admissions? YouTube my friends, YouTube. Also, explore the blogosphere, there’s some interesting stuff out there. Above all, don’t freak out.
(I’m realizing that my posts don’t always correlate directly to MIT. I’m not sure if this is acceptable so I’ll try to keep it to a minimum. Feel free to use your imaginations to connect things I talk about to MIT somehow, it’s a good brain exercise.)