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Institution Program (Season) Decision & Date St1 Date Added Notes
Ohio State UniversityPhysics, PhD (F20)Accepted via Website on 21 Jan 2020 A21 Jan 2020
  • I haven't received any emails or letters or any other form of correspondence, but the website said admitted! Good luck peeps!
University Of Minnesota - Twin CitiesPhysics, PhD (F20)Accepted via E-mail on 21 Jan 2020 Undergrad GPA: 3.93
GRE General (V/Q/W): 161/167/5.00
GRE Subject: 910
A21 Jan 2020
  • Theory
Baylor UniversityPhysics, PhD (F20)Other via E-mail on 12 Jan 2020 A21 Jan 2020
  • Email from grad co-ord. Should be sending out skype interview invites this week/early next week. Open House on Feb. 6 & 7. They began reviewing on Jan. 16.
Ohio State UniversityPhysics, PhD (F20)Other via Other on 21 Jan 2020 O21 Jan 2020
  • Any news from Ohio State yet?
UC San Diego (UCSD)Physics, PhD (F20)Accepted via E-mail on 20 Jan 2020 Undergrad GPA: 3.66
GRE General (V/Q/W): 155/166/3.00
GRE Subject: 920
I21 Jan 2020
  • International; HEP-ex; Unofficial offer; Good luck for everyone else!
Duke UniversityMedical Physics, Masters (F20)Interview via E-mail on 21 Jan 2020 I20 Jan 2020
  • I am international student. Hence, the interview will be proceeded via Skype.
University Of Maryland, College Park (UMD)Physics, PhD (F20)Accepted via Phone on 17 Jan 2020 Undergrad GPA: 3.98
GRE General (V/Q/W): 169/170/5.00
GRE Subject: 990
A20 Jan 2020
  • Email and a phone call from the director of graduate studies. HE theory.
UC San Diego (UCSD)Physics, PhD (F20)Accepted via E-mail on 9 Jan 2020 Undergrad GPA: 3.93
GRE General (V/Q/W): 166/166/5.50
GRE Subject: 750
U20 Jan 2020
  • Astronomy focus, accepted without interview. Very surprised how early this came.
Duke UniversityMedical Physics, Masters (F20)Interview via E-mail on 20 Jan 2020 A20 Jan 2020
  • Invited for an interview Feb. 6th - 8th.
University Of PennsylvaniaPhysics, PhD (F20)Accepted via E-mail on 18 Jan 2020 20 Jan 2020
  • email from the graduate chair. (I am not the person posting before) condensed matter
University Of PennsylvaniaPhysics, PhD (F20)Other via Other on 20 Jan 2020 I20 Jan 2020
  • To the person accepted: what is your subfield?
University Of PennsylvaniaPhysics, PhD (F20)Accepted via E-mail on 18 Jan 2020 A20 Jan 2020
  • Email from the graduate chair
University Of Illinois Urbana-Champaign UIUCPhysics, PhD (F20)Accepted via E-mail on 14 Jan 2020 U19 Jan 2020
  • Admission pending graduate school approval
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (MIT)Physics, PhD (F20)Interview via E-mail on 19 Jan 2020 Undergrad GPA: n/a
GRE General (V/Q/W): 156/166/3.50
GRE Subject: 960
I18 Jan 2020
  • There is a mistake of the GRE score in the previous post. Just corrected it.
Massachusetts Institute Of Technology (MIT)Physics, PhD (F20)Interview via E-mail on 19 Jan 2020 Undergrad GPA: n/a
GRE General (V/Q/W): 166/156/3.50
GRE Subject: 960
I18 Jan 2020
  • AMO experiment. I mentioned the professor in my application but I am not sure whether he is representing the committee or not. two LORs from the professors that have connection with MIT. One publication in arxiv and under review. The email goes like the following: we have reviewed your application for admission to the MIT Physics graduate study program, and are very impressed with your accomplishments. The admission process includes the possibility of awarding a departmental fellowship for the first year of graduate studies, or a research assistantship. Both would provide a full stipend and tuition. Before making the final decision for admission, I would like to talk to you about MIT, research opportunities at MIT, and your background and interest. I would like to schedule this interview preferably on the weekend, or on Monday, and use Skype for it. Let's plan for about 30 minutes.
The University Of WashingtonPhysics, PhD (F20)Accepted via E-mail on 17 Jan 2020 18 Jan 2020
UCSDPhysics, PhD (F20)Accepted via E-mail on 18 Jan 2020 Undergrad GPA: 3.70
GRE General (V/Q/W): 162/170/4.50
GRE Subject: 980
I18 Jan 2020
  • HEPex. Unofficial email from a professor saying I'm admitted
University Of PennsylvaniaPhysics And Astronomy, PhD (F20)Interview via E-mail on 14 Jan 2020 Undergrad GPA: n/a
GRE General (V/Q/W): 162/170/5.00
GRE Subject: 960
I18 Jan 2020
  • applying for theoretical astrophysics (mostly cosmology); e-mail from a professor in cosmology (but not someone I mentioned in my personal statement), had a 45min Skype interview on 1/16 (probably would have been shorter if I had asked fewer questions). Similar interview content as the PB, pretty low pressure (thanks a million PB).
University Of WashingtonPhysics, PhD (F20)Accepted via E-mail on 17 Jan 2020 17 Jan 2020
  • CMT
Georgetown UniversityPhysics, PhD (F20)Accepted via E-mail on 17 Jan 2020 Undergrad GPA: 3.68
GRE General (V/Q/W): 170/164/4.00
GRE Subject: 810
A17 Jan 2020
  • GPA: 3.7 / 3 years of research with no pubs / 810 PGRE
University Of WashingtonPhysics, PhD (F20)Other via Other on 18 Jan 2020 A17 Jan 2020
  • TTPB: I was emailed directly by the physics grad committee, and then was given a full detail of my offer by the U Wash graduate program. It looks like they are accepting us as they complete the applications, and I'd assume my offer was pretty standard.
University Of WashingtonPhysics, PhD (F20)Accepted via E-mail on 17 Jan 2020 Undergrad GPA: 3.91
GRE General (V/Q/W): 159/166/5.00
GRE Subject: 850
A17 Jan 2020
  • Just got my offer without any notification for an interview! Showed interest in condensed matter experiment and nuclear experiment. I only have one year of research in condensed matter, but I got a good rec letter from my PI, and performed well with a 3.91/4 gpa. Test scores were good but not amazing (I posted them here too).
Harvard UniversityPhysics, PhD (F20)Other via POST on 17 Jan 2020 17 Jan 2020
  • TTPB: For the person interviewed at Harvard, what was you subfield?
Vanderbilt UniversityMedical Physics, Masters (F20)Rejected via E-mail on 17 Jan 2020 A17 Jan 2020
  • I never finished or submitted my application becasue they didn't offer funding, so not sure if they are just cleaning out the applicant pool right now!
UC Santa BarbaraPhysics, PhD (F20)Accepted via Phone on 17 Jan 2020 Undergrad GPA: 4.00
GRE General (V/Q/W): 162/168/5.00
GRE Subject: n/a
A17 Jan 2020
  • phone call from POI. Had talked to him last summer

Status1 Key: A: American; U: International, with US degree; I: International, without US degree; O: Other; ?: Unknown.

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