Here’s a breakdown of when I might hear from the agents I queried this week. This is based off of QueryTracker’s response times in their handy dandy report generator. I broke it up into snail and e-queries.
Once again, I did kinda randomly assign numbers to the agents. It’s not a priority number, just a number to keep track of the agents here on the blog.
Oh, and this catches me up to where I was supposed to be on my query calendar. It’s like I was never sick!
SNAIL MAIL (Including Transit to the agent’s office)
Agent #20: Average is 8 days. Longest is 31. Fastest is 5 days.
Agent #29: Average 8 days. Longest 16 days. Fastest is 3 days. (I’m guessing someone lived close.)
Agent #45: Average 31 days. Fastest 1 day. (Really? Someone sent a letter and got a response in one day?)
Agent #59: Average 21 days. Fastest response is 6 days.
Agent #3: Average 29 days response time. Fastest turnabout is 1 day. Longest is 43 days.
Agent #16: 64 days for more material. 75 if a rejection.
Agent #11: Average response time is 14 days if requesting more material. No response for rejection.
Agent #21: No response if not requesting more material. Average response 14 days if requesting more.
Agent #23: 86 days is the average response. Slowest time for a partial request was 226 days.
Agent #24: Average response time is 4 days. The slowest is 19. The fastest is 1 day.
Agent #22: No response if not requesting more material. Average 2 days if requesting more.
Agent #25: 26 days is the average. The fastest is one day. The longest is 146 days.
Agent #13: Average response time is 3 day. Fastest response is 0 days.
Agent #27: Average 4 days. Fastest 3 days. Slowest 10 days.
Agent #30: Average 50 days. Fastest 0 days. Slowest 186 days.
Agent #26: The agency accepts e-queries, but QT didn’t have response times for the e-queries. Snail mail times were an average of 7 days, with 6 days as the fastest and 9 as the slowest.