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So if you apply via an early plan REA EA ED it will not.
If you apply RD most likely it will decrease chances as they have a first come first serve sort of policy. And they will accept your application but there are less spots to fill. This is true for both rolling and non rolling admissions.
Hope this helps and please comment if you need clarification as I’d be happy to help.
Also I’m 90% confident this is correct.
It can have a small impact but it's nothing too worry about. A school won't decide to reject or accept you simply based on when you submitted your application. They understand that some students won't receive their test scores until close to the application date, especially for this year.