The coordinators are likely assuming, based upon the amount of time it generally takes from when a package is submitted to when it's boarded. There are a few steps that happen in between.I'm interested in whether it is the norm for the coordinators to notify candidates that the Board will be reviewing an application? How do they know this information? Is it firsthand or are they assuming that since the candidates application paperwork has been received, they will be boarded?
DS has had zero information sent via coordinator and has even left two messages. FYI, application was complete at the end of August.
Maybe hurricanes? Gives time for more of the affected areas to complete their (interrupted) application process. I work for a university and we also extended app deadlines and such for this. It really affected a huge area of the country.