View Full Version : The indicative power of the decisions thread.

02-18-2015, 07:07 PM
It feels weird that my first post is about this topic. But since we are econ people and we study implications and relations, I guess it doesn't hurt to try to seek for some taste out of the decision thread. :dejected:

Well, I've been following the thread here and the GC for a while now, as myself is applying for grad schools as well... Somebody get the same feeling as I do? that if your name isn't listed anywhere while the 'cluster' of admissions comes out on the thread, you are likely to be rejected...

02-18-2015, 07:16 PM
Greenhorse, this is what we call implicit rejection. It is a signal, but sometimes you think you are implicitly rejected and get accepted or waitlisted.

02-19-2015, 05:37 AM
Thanks for the education Forbin. I thought implicit meant somebody got a chance to speak to the admissions committee and heard something allusive when I first saw people using the term in other threads...