@samseager5 I don't believe Georgetown has even set a date for release yet, but the date that they set for release is always the day they mail, so depending on your geographic distance from DC, you'll get decisions either the day after or within the next couple days.
@TS9034 Everyone is required to have an interview, so you'll get one eventually. Occasionally check your spam folder or trash to see if your email might have deleted it, but it's still very early in the year for an interview, especially for RD.
@maddyduv I would agree with the previous poster. Georgetown's entire application is geared towards people who have shown interest and would actually attend if accepted, so showing your passion for Georgetown can help quite a bit. If you've visited campus, talk about what you liked. Do some research and find classes or clubs that would interest you. It can also help to keep in mind Georgetown's Jesuit values of Women and Men For Others, and their dedications towards service.
@admd12000@BioRocksMySocks Most schools, Georgetown included, don't care about AP scores nearly as much as they care about ACT/SAT scores. You can self-report them if you think they'll help but I don't remember seeing an option to report AP scores on the application.