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March 2006

English, Columbia University Doesn't ANYONE get into this program? I should've known from the snarly emails they sent in response to my initial queries that this was the mother of all long shots...

Added on March 07, 2006

Rejected on 6 Mar American PhD
Physics, University Of California, San Diego (UCSD) WTH! Didn't expect this one at all!

Added on March 07, 2006

Rejected on 7 Mar International PhD
EECS, University Of California, Irvine (UCI) I am disappointed at all!!!

Added on March 07, 2006

Rejected on 8 Mar International Masters
Mathematics, University Of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) No funding. Nothing at all. What a joke! I got accepted from much better universities with fellowships anyway, so don't care.

Added on March 06, 2006

Accepted on 7 Mar International PhD
Economics, Stanford University Same thing as usual, damnit I should've applied to lower tier schools and not all top 10. My happiness is inversely proportional to getting rejected.

Added on March 06, 2006

Rejected on 6 Mar American PhD
Mathematics, New York University (NYU) No money at all. none.

Added on March 03, 2006

Accepted on 3 Mar American PhD
American Studies, Yale University I called and asked if all admitted students had been notified. They had. No official word yet, though.

Added on March 03, 2006

Rejected on 3 Mar American PhD
Government, Harvard University it seems like faculty are contacting admitted students all this week, but the official email notification has yet to be sent out.

Added on March 03, 2006

Accepted on 28 Feb American PhD
English Literature, CUNY Graduate Center I did not submit all of my supplementals because I decided not to continue with the application process, but they sent the letter anyway.

Added on March 03, 2006

Rejected on 3 Mar American PhD
History, Columbia University *sigh* It wasn't my first choice, but now all I have to select from are "second tier" schools. :(

Added on March 02, 2006

Rejected on 2 Mar International PhD
Geophysics PhD, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (MIT) I am not an applicant myself but I know my department (EAPS) has accepted several students already, since they already visited. They were all americans so far.

Added on March 01, 2006

Accepted on 2 Mar American PhD
Journalism, Northwestern University Letter's in mail with all the info, they called this morning.

Added on March 01, 2006

Accepted on 1 Mar American Masters
Policy Analysis, RAND Not unexpected at all, but I was hoping my 800Q would be a wild card.

Added on March 01, 2006

Rejected on 1 Mar American PhD

February 2006

History, University of Georgia I greatly exceed all of their entrance requirements and I had the head of another Georgia university recommending me. I have no clue what happened here.

Added on February 28, 2006

Rejected on 23 Feb American Masters
Finance, University Of Pennsylvania (UPenn) All right, so I will just play with myself...

Added on February 28, 2006

Rejected on 28 Feb International PhD
Economics, Harvard University ADMIN EDIT: Oh look, Mr. "Bogus" got accepted a few days after he posts all the econ-harvard entries were bogus. ---------------- Call from Prof, 25k per year. Official email due Wednesday.

Added on February 28, 2006

Accepted on 28 Feb American PhD
Economics, Boston College It seems that BC notified all waited lister that they are put high in the list :))

Added on February 26, 2006

Wait listed International PhD
Molecular Microbiology, Duke University B.Sc. in Microbiology with Hons. from India with lot of research experience, good transcripts and scores.It was the absence of 4 yr bachelor course that caused problem as all B.Sc in India are of 3yr duration.

Added on February 26, 2006

Rejected on 20 Jan International PhD
Electrical Engineering, Virginia Tech Invited for visit. havent made offers yet. say typically all invites receive offer. Educ: BS-top15, MS-top40. GRE: Q800,AW5.5,V-ave. Hoping others work out. online confirm, letter coming.

Added on February 25, 2006

Accepted on 17 Feb American PhD
Policy Analysis, RAND All RAND offers come with a $43k fellowship, and they take the tuition ($20k) out of that. It's a pretty sweet deal. This was my first choice school.

Added on February 23, 2006

Accepted on 23 Feb American PhD

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