AFTER sending app, how do you feel?

<p>After i sent it, i felt that my chance just suddently decreased.. maybe it's cuz i didn't do such a perfect job i wish i would when i was posting all these "my chances" thread. but arg.. it's in the mail, nothing i can change.. anyone else?</p>

<p>I feel my chances have increased, even after reading of people with stats way higher. My app came together very well, so I'm happy.</p>

<p>I felt very unsatisfied. It was just so simple to send and then it's just a wait now.</p>

<p>Weel, Your chances will inevitably increase if you send application.
Before this action, they are quite low ;). Keep going pwbe : D : D</p>

<p>Ha, I'll let you know how I feel after I press that "send" button. My money goes on anxious.</p>

<p>I felt relieved. Like I've done all I can do, and now my admission is up to people other than me.</p>

<p>i don't know. it seems like the ppl have such different ways of evaluating ppl that we can never predict. what is a standard or creterion for a well-thought and well put application?</p>

<p>I'm about to staple everything together right now. Now, entering into envelope with check, app, essays, etc. Just sealed envelope. <em>sigh of relief</em> done</p>

<p>does this count as finishing apps? I'm gonna get my dad to drive me there tomorow and hand it to them personaly. Its worth the drive. I'm placing my bet on anxious too</p>

<p>That's crazy man. I wish I could hand them it personally. I have to rely on snail mail.</p>

<p>we could have handed it to them personally? i did not know that. princeton is about half an hour from where i lived and i was thinking about saving the money...oh well</p>

<p>Well, I just sent it in and I feel relieved and at the same time I know that my essays aren't as good as they could be. Oh well, it's done. Now only 45839045 other apps to fill out...</p>

<p>DONE!!! YES!
I am so relieved.....I thought I had the essays all together last weekend, but then I decided (on Thursday) to redo my main one. Typical.
-Will send it in tomorrow, as will every other procrastinator :)
I better get to work...I've got a week's worth of Physics homework to do....</p>

<p>I'm feeling (sort of) okay about my chances, but I'm definitely not setting myself up for a huge disappointment...that would be horrible...I think those 45 days will go pretty fast for me.</p>

<p>Note: (To those of you who sent the written/PDF) Did you use the envelope they sent or did you use something else? I used one of those thin cardboard-ish document mailers...I couldn't bring myself to fold it.)</p>

<p>Kebree, you had me all excited when I read your tomorrow but I guess your tom is a Monday while mine... ah well</p>

<p>Kebree, is that where you've been for the last couple of days? Holed up writing your essay? lol</p>

<p>You guessed's also why I haven't answered your e-mail (will do that tomorrow, sorry...just I have a load a homework left tonight, yay...)</p>

<p>Have you all been slacking lately? I can't seem to concentrate...</p>

<p>Lol...Kebree, you hermit you, come back!</p>

<p>haha, I know...I'm back now though :)</p>

<p>Wow, I did feel like a hermit...I seriously did nothing but that essay this weekend, as it "had" to be perfect...</p>

<p>I neither felt my chances went up or down...I'm just so tired of worrying of these applications that I feel a huge burden lifted off my shoulders. I'd like to start enjoying my senior year now...</p>

<p>Me too, which is why I'm eager for either December 15 or April 1 to come. It's time for this tremendous weight to be lifted off my back, but until I get some kind of decision (and deferred doesn't count), it feels like it's just going to sit back on there and ask me to pass the popcorn. I really would like for the anticipation/anxiety to end because like you, I'd like to enjoy my senior year too.</p>

<p>darn.. reading your posts.. i think im totally setting up myself up for a hugggeee disappointment.... i dont't know. i just felt that i did everything a human being could have done with the resources given in a canadian setting. took 11 ap courses, university courses (not common in canada), and all my academic courses were at the 11th or 12th grade level ever since 10th grade, got rated as top few in career by both english (taught 35 yrs) and phy teacher, who said i rank top 2 in his 6 years of teaching. i thot i had a good chance..... but then i see you guys and all the other defered.. i feel im being stupid right now... i guess it's princeton afterall, even if you can walk on water, you might not get into princeton........</p>