<p>Does anyone know when students received their letters last year??!!</p>

<p>Last year most people hear repreated hearing back around March 30th through about April 2nd. Or at least that general ballpark. You still have over a month to wait.</p>

<p>GAH right during spring break</p>

<p>right before senior trip/spring break. :(</p>

<p>why is that bad? if you get in, you'll be happy. if you don't, you'll have something to take your mind off of it. </p>

<p>for EA we were supposed to get letters on the 15th but i didn't get mine til the 17th (but 16th was a sunday) if that is any indication.</p>

<p>I didn't get mine 'till the 18th.</p>

<p>Yeah, Officially RD is supposed to get them around April 1st. But I would guess the RD schedule is less crammed (i.e. more than a month's turnaround time), so its no surprise that RD decisions get out more on time.</p>

<p>I'm not quite sure what you mean by "letters" but if you are talking about likely letters, Georgetown does not send them out. No one is given advanced notice of a possible acceptance. You will have to wait until around April 1st when they release all of the decisions. I don't really know why Gtown doesn't give out likely letters given that comparable schools like Duke do...but oh well. Hope that helps.</p>

<p>I think the OP was talking about acceptance letters. If you look at some past posts, that's when the acceptance letters started coming. It does depend on your location, however; I didn't get my EA letter until the 21st. Yet another drawback of life in South Dakota.</p>

<p>xmobile, I believe they are talking about RD notification letters, not likely letters. But I see how you're thinking, with talk of likely letters all over the boards on CC</p>

<p>wow, you guys have spring break late. ours is in midmarch this year... speeds up the time to acceptance/rejection letters!</p>

<p>of course, this also means i have to go visit a couple schools that i will likely be rejected from right when they're deciding...</p>