(Original post by dbs1984)
Again, my experience. I didn't experience anything like that. What I experienced was a streamlined system, that was incredibly efficient compared to what I had seen elsewhere.
Besides how often do blunders like that occur anyway? I know MIT pulled something similar as well, but statistically speaking, how common are such occurrences?
It seems to happen every year to at least one reputable institution. Statistically speaking overall across all universities in the US, probably not that significant.
Generally speaking... the US application process is considered as less streamline compared to UK applications because while the US do have Common App and Coalition App, many schools still has their own application system whereas in the UK almost all applications if not all are processed by UCAS.
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