Rescind by sending two SIRs?

<p>I've read around and someone said that it can happen. But does anyone know if it has ACTUALLY happened to themselves or someone they personally know? Because I read that they just send a letter in June telling them to handwrite a letter to both schools telling them whether they would be attending or not. Please let me know!</p>

<p>Supposedly it can happen but I've never heard of it actually happening. Unless you have a serious situation where you need to SIR into 2 schools you shouldn't do it on morality basis. A school needs to decide who to let in and by SIR into two schools you are preventing people from getting off the waitlist. Also, postponing the decision is not healthy.</p>

<p>Yeah, unless there's a serious reason, SIR-ing at 2 schools is a d.o.u.c.h.e.y move.</p>

<p>I sent my SIR to UC San Diego and UC Davis (this year) and nothing happened to me. But I cancelled my UCSD SIR like 2 days after the deadline. It wasn't really my fault, though. The button to decline UCSD's offer didn't work on my computer.</p>

<p>I thought if the college finds out that you deposit in two different schools your decisions get withdraw. I remember reading an article on it. But I might be wrong.</p>

<p>Thats ture. but most college dont do it just because it will take forever to collect all the information from every college in US or outside US. For now, they most likely not gonna share anything with each school unless you are really that bad luck</p>

<p>why dont u make decision now? u know u gonna make one no matter what</p>