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MIT staff blogger Chris Peterson SM '13

MIT EA Decisions To Be Posted Saturday, 12/14/19, at 12:14 PM ET by Chris Peterson SM '13

I’ve stopped watching this video of a tiny hedgehog being bathed and swaddled long enough to tell you, as the title says, we will be releasing Early Action decisions online next Saturday, 12/14/19, at 12:14 PM ET

To check your decision on the 14th, visit decisions.mit.edu and log in with your MyMIT username and password.

In order to verify that you will receive a decision on the 14th, you should visit decisions.mit.edu and try to log in with your MyMIT username and password. I recommend you do this now to make sure everything works for you. Strange things happen to people who don’t verify they will receive their decision!

a gif of baby yoda pressing a button from the new Star Wars show

when u try to check your decision on saturday but you’re just a tiny baby who hasn’t verified and it doesn’t work and u become afraid and need to be rescued by our tech support i.e. a nice man named grant

If you’ve forgotten your MyMIT password, you may use our automated system to reset it. Simply visit MyMIT and click on the lost password link. There is a similar link for forgotten usernames. If you’re having trouble using our automated username/password recovery process, please email [email protected] with your full name and mailing address. But please, be nice to our office Grant, and don’t email that address unless you’ve tried everything else!

Admissions decisions will be available exclusively online. Decisions will not be released via email, snail mail, carrier pigeon, carrier dragon, or intergalactic radio broadcast. However, following the release of admissions decisions, we will be mailing admitted students additional, cylindrical information.

Until then – try not to worry too much! Check out @honeychiffonslimes on Instagram for strangely soothing slime videos, and even (especially) in these anxious times, try to remind yourself to be kind, even wholesome, to yourself and those around you. We’re all in this together.