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Has anyone recieved a decison on Barrett for Fall 2015

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Replies to: Has anyone recieved a decison on Barrett for Fall 2015

  • chris17momchris17mom Registered User Posts: 537 Member
    If it makes you feel any better, they told my son yesterday that he was in a "priority pool" of applications that will receive an answer next Friday. It sounds like you submitted your app right around the same time, so you are probably in that pool too. Good luck! :)
  • Nirvana97Nirvana97 Registered User Posts: 7 New Member
    I just got my online acceptance letter!
  • Bails903Bails903 Registered User Posts: 8 New Member
    just got my acceptance letter to PARTY UP IN HERE
  • chris17momchris17mom Registered User Posts: 537 Member
    edited January 2015
    My son got accepted too! Whew.....I was getting nervous! Congratulations everyone! :)
  • wannabeivy3wannabeivy3 Registered User Posts: 9 New Member
    edited January 2015
    I got mine, too! YAY for all of us!
  • PurpleWonderPurpleWonder Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
    My daughter is NMSF, and applied in November, and we still haven't heard a result. SATs 800/800/720 so we didn't really think there was much to worry about, but the online portal still says "Under Review."
  • anniechrisanniechris Registered User Posts: 27 New Member
    @purplewonder Have you considered calling Barrett? My son missed the November priority deadline for Barrett and applied in December. His application was turned around very quickly.and he was admitted right before Christmas. He also is NMSF, with good SATs. We're OOS. I thought I read somewhere that NMSF status would result in a quick turn around, which is what I assumed happened for him. It might merit a phone call.
  • STEMFamilySTEMFamily Registered User Posts: 1,327 Senior Member
    @purplewonder I agree with anniechris to call. Over the last couple of years, NMSF, including my daughter, have gotten very quick turn-around.
  • PurpleWonderPurpleWonder Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
    Thanks anniechris and STEMfamily. She wrote to her ASU admissions counselor, who said she should hear by the end of next week. She didn't mention in her email that she is NMSF, but did list her SATs (800/800/720). She's semi-international (US citizen but living abroad), but I would have thought that would be an asset or neutral. It's unfortunate that it's taken so long, as we'd though to visit next weekend during what is a four day weekend for her - nice time of year to escape the snow for a weekend! Ah well.
  • DaughterOfCoulDaughterOfCoul Registered User Posts: 43 Junior Member
    I was accepted to Barrett last week!
  • PurpleWonderPurpleWonder Registered User Posts: 12 New Member
    ASU acceptance Wednesday and Barrett today.
  • dipskpdipskp Registered User Posts: 5 New Member
    edited February 2015
    My son sent his Barrett application in on the last possible day, Feb 15 (Sunday), received his admission email on Tuesday afternoon. That was crazy fast. He's a Business major, not a NMF/NMSF. We are CA residents, he had ACT of 28, very strong GPA/Class rank 2 of 450, plus strong extras. He wrote his Barrett essay last minute. I told him that he should get in, wrote a fairly hurried essay and I'm still amazed how damn quick he received his acceptance, maybe it's because of non-resident status
  • sirswish7sirswish7 Registered User Posts: 168 Junior Member
    I received notification of my acceptance early last week, within 4 days of applying. I'll be studying Computer Science at ASU.

    Quick stats: 3.8 GPA, 2260 SAT, 232 PSAT (National Merit Finalist), very strong EC's.
  • RkabirRkabir Registered User Posts: 1 New Member
    edited January 2016
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