I was reading the above quote in another thread but it confused me...DB#1 said:Can anyone believe this?
The AADSAS # is in the 12000's as of the mid January
This one hell of a cycle, what do you all think?
According to my application info, the AADSAS might only be at around 9000 applicants. There are two numbers in which to distinguish. The first is the AADSAS I.D. Number which begins with 2005 (assuming that number means the current application cycle) then a "0" followed by a number indicating the order in which you turned it in (for ex: if you were the 7132nd person to turn it in, then your ID number would be 200507132). The second number is the WebID number. This number is in the 12,000s. Which number correctly states how many applicants there are this cycle? Is there really over 12,000 or are there just about 9000 applicants this cycle? What do you guys think?