You all might already know this (if so, I apologize), but I learned today that non-rolling admissions is not what I thought it was. I was under the assumption that those schools waited until some common acceptance date in order to give everyone a chance to interview. In fact, the schools do grant acceptances thoughout the fall and winter, but do not fill the entire class. While this is nice, it does sound like it would be a lot tougher in the spring, when there might be only 10 spots left. I mean, I know they "save" spots, but I think they will have filled msot of the class by then. So non-rolling admissions is really rolling-admissions to a certain point. I hope this makes sense.