Worst case scenario when it comes to college decisions

<p>I applied forw SUNY University at Buffalo for early decision and they will notify me their decision by December 15th. I already sent all the materials needed except for the SATs. The only email I got from the admissions office are the missing materials from November which are the SAT scores. I sent the scores early in the middle of november before December 1st which was the deadline for application materials. I haven't gotten an email ever since.</p>

<p>I kept on wondering, did they receive all of my materials?
What if they didn't and discarded my application without letting me know?
What if I don't get notified and all this wait was in vain? </p>

<p>In three days, i will expect a mail from the school and I am stressed out!</p>

<p>Why didn’t you call the admission office?</p>

<p>Yes, you can just call the admissions office and ask if they have received your scores and if you qualified for ED. No sense sitting there sweating about it!</p>

<p>I have a terrible fear of making phone calls :(</p>

<p>So email admissions instead…</p>

<p>Call me. I’ll explain how to place a call.</p>

<p>I think it’s too late to contact them since its only three days before they would send the letters out to all the students. :(</p>

<p>If you don’t take the initiative, how is anyone supposed to help you? I hope you are more proactive in the RD round.</p>

<p>You need to call. It’s just a matter of growing up and becoming independent enough to do things for yourself. Are your parents going to be calling professors or employers for you next year because you can’t? If you email, there’s no guarantee it’ll even be seen by then. </p>