You had twelve rejection emails in one minute… which doesn’t necessarily mean that all twelve items were reviewed in one minute. I don’t know the review process, but if there’s one thing I’ve learned in my endless quest for maximum efficiency… it’s that you’ll usually save a lot of time if you bundle multiple lots of the same task together. Take my exciting example:
If you’re making 12 cups of coffee, what’s more efficient… add coffee, then sugar, then water and then milk to one cup; and then coffee, then sugar, then water and then milk to the next cup… and so on and so forth? Or add coffee to all 12 cups, then add sugar to all 12 cups, then… etc etc? I mean, that’s the way I’d make multiple drinks… and the way I have made multiple drinks. The milk is the rejection email, just to clarify!
So as I say, getting 12 rejection emails in one minute just means you got 12 rejection emails in one minute… for all we know, they may have spent one minute, one hour, or even one day reviewing your items. There’s no way to tell.