I got to say these wild speculations - though labeled wild - sometimes are awfully accurate. The non-accurate ones also helped distract ourselves from the prolonged anxiety. I happened to also be applying to law schools at the same time. The r/lawschooladmission subreddit has even more wild speculations, along with vent, memes, all kinds of interactions that made the law school applicant community lively and ever more united. Yes yes, rationally speaking, our speculations might not be the most reliable source of information for admission, but they provide the emotions support that people like me needed. It'll be too cruel for me to just stare at my email, silently waiting for the results to come all by myself.