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Do you think this is why so many schools decided to give decisions March 31?

hmf123hmf123 Registered User Posts: 324 Member
edited March 2009 in College Admissions
I've been so busy stressing about scholarships and acceptance/rejection letters that I didn't even realize....the day after March 31 is April 1, as in April Fool's Day! Does anyone think it's possible that schools decided to give out decisions the day before b/c they thought there would be a bunch of neurotic teenagers who would have a mental breakdown trying to decide whether it was possible their rejection was an April Fool's Day joke? I don't know anyone else but I actually know someone in my senior class who would go totally crazy if that happened to him. (And no I'm not talking about myself lol.)

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