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How long did it take you to receive a decision? (Transfer students)

Mevans6Mevans6 Registered User Posts: 106 Junior Member
edited May 2017 in Florida State University
My preliminary college transcript along with my final high school transcripts(foreign language req.) have been shown as "received" for the past 3-4 weeks. My final transcript will be sent by Wednesday of next week. I'm also a FL. AA applicant.
Can anyone tell me how long it took them for a final decision? Also, if anyone got recently accepted congratulations! Feel free to let me know and post your stats :)

Replies to: How long did it take you to receive a decision? (Transfer students)

  • TreeyBTreeyB Registered User Posts: 41 Junior Member
    I applied in December and got accepted in February... Mind you, I applied during Christmas Break and my app wasn't complete until late jan-early feb.. It all depends on your majors review department. Having your AA shown won't really expedite the process. I know people who have been accepted who aren't receiving their AA until July. The orientation dates that are left are pretty late... When I was accepted I registered like right away and the earliest was July 21st, not I think it's like the week after that and I thought I applied early... lol
  • Mevans6Mevans6 Registered User Posts: 106 Junior Member
    I really wish I applied earlier.....I had no idea they had rolling admissions and figured it wouldn't matter. Didn't really think about housing at that point or signing up early to get the best professors and times. Oh well I just hope I get accepted at this point lol
  • TreeyBTreeyB Registered User Posts: 41 Junior Member
    @MEVANS6 You're a transfer, with an AA. As long as your major isn't limited access, and you have around a 3.0 you are sure to get in lol my concern would be getting into those classes. I don't know how this process works, or if they add classes later but the classes that I need are at capacity for physical location... VERY discouraged... ;(
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