Originally Posted by SunnyD
i wouldn't count on offers going out tomorrow. their blog comment says 'after 23rd'. i'm personally giving myself until the first week of june to find out..
also, does anyone know how interview rankings work? if roughly 1/3 get 'above average' interview, and about 1/2 of interviewees get in, does that mean that some people with average interviews get in?
I was reading previous years waitlists, yes I have been that obsessed with this bloody waitlist, and it seems that the day that people have to let them know whether or not they are accepted - at 12pm, the first round of waitlist offers usually goes out later that afternoon. They want to get the class finalized ASAP, so why would they wait. And they usually do things in a similar pattern every year, so I'm pretty sure they will send some out tomorrow. Here's to hoping, anyway.
I'm positive people with average interviews get in. You never see anyone with maxed out AQ and almost maxed out NAQ get rejected, and you can't tell me they all kill the interview. Plus, anecdotally speaking, I have had a few friends that have felt they absolutely bombed the interview, (more than a few station screwups where they started stuttering, turned red, couldn't finish their thoughts, or started crying due to stress) and they still got in. So although the interview is important, people can get by it by doing an average job if they have really good stats going into it. (It all boils down to numbers & if you have amazing numbers going in, you will likely get in if you can at least do an average interview).