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14 Apr 2023
Philosophy, PhD (F23)
Accepted via Other on 14 Apr 2023
Ignore: This was copied and pasted from Reddit. I thought it was meaningful and perhaps will ease people's minds over here "Confusion about April 15th I'm seeing a lot of posts about universities "waiting until the last minute" and "not abiding by the deadline" April 15th has NOTHING to do with when universities release results. It is the deadline for accepted students to accept funded offers. And even then, not all universities are a signatory of that decision. Universities can and will continue to release results til July even. They are not obligated to abide by any national deadline. I'm not saying that it's not frustrating that they're taking their sweet time, just telling you that this is how things go and to not let your expectations run wild today/tomorrow. For waitlisted applicants and applicants put on a "silent waitlist," you'll start hearing from universities after April 15th as people commit to offers. If you're an international student: FINALIZE YOUR UNIS. Stop waiting. Even if you got in, visa processing will take MONTHS. Many are facing issues with finding good visa slots, and it might delay your start date or lose you your offer altogether. For domestic students: you can wait longer. However, remember that there are also things to finalize, like housing. It's less of a risk, but I still recommend committing to a school no later than 2 months before your start date. Good luck, everyone"