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Institution Program (Season) Decision & Date St1 Date Added Notes
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via E-mail on 12 Jan 2021 Undergrad GPA: 3.64
GRE General (V/Q/W): 154/170/5.50
GRE Subject: n/a
A13 Jan 2021
  • I wish I knew how Stanford made decisions within a month. Oh well. My background... double major math and econ from a basic undergrad university, took numerous Ph.D. mathematics courses as an undergrad and scored all As in them. Currently a grad student at Duke University in their MA econ program. Letters came from a prestigious Set Theoretic Topologist, a Research Economist at Duke, a Nobel laureate from University of Chicago, and a math professor I had for Multivariable Calculus and Complex Analysis (Ph.D. version). I only applied to the top 10, but I applied for math and econ PhD programs. Hopefully the rest of the universities are not following Stanfords 4 week review model.
University Of CambridgeEconomic Research, Masters (F21)Rejected via E-mail on 13 Jan 2021 Undergrad GPA: 3.19
GRE General (V/Q/W): 167/170/5.00
GRE Subject: n/a
A13 Jan 2021
  • Two years predoc
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 13 Jan 2021 U13 Jan 2021
  • MA at a top US school, two-year full time research experience and perfect grades in first year cores, 3 strong letters from established top 5 profs.
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 12 Jan 2021 U13 Jan 2021
London School Of Economics & Political Science (LSE)Social Research Methods, Masters (F19)Accepted via E-mail on 16 Jan 2019 I13 Jan 2021
  • Converted GPA from German GPA (1.57); three years unrelated work experience, no tests
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 12 Jan 2021 13 Jan 2021
  • Bad undergrads but very good MSc. Didn't expect to get in anyway
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via E-mail on 12 Jan 2021 A13 Jan 2021
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via E-mail on 13 Jan 2021 Undergrad GPA: n/a
GRE General (V/Q/W): 161/170/5.50
GRE Subject: n/a
I13 Jan 2021
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 12 Jan 2021 Undergrad GPA: n/a
GRE General (V/Q/W): 166/170/5.00
GRE Subject: n/a
U13 Jan 2021
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 12 Jan 2021 Undergrad GPA: 3.97
GRE General (V/Q/W): 167/170/5.00
GRE Subject: n/a
A12 Jan 2021
  • Ouch. Hurts to start off with a rejection. But congratulations to those admitted!
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 11 Jan 2021 U12 Jan 2021
  • Your application for admission to study at Stanford has been reviewed by the Admissions Committee in the Economics Department. I regret to report that we cannot admit you to our graduate program. As you know, the Department gets many more applications from qualified candidates than we can accept given our financial resources and space restrictions. Consequently, each year many strong candidates must be turned down. Regretfully, we cannot provide individual feedback on applications which were not accepted into our program. I can only assure you that all files were read by the admissions committee and decisions were made with care.
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 13 Jan 2021 I12 Jan 2021
  • Chinese undergrad, letter writers from top US departments, with good connection. Not sure whether this year is particularly tough for internationals, but still hopeful for the rest of the season. Congrats to those admitted!
StanfordEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 13 Jan 2021 I12 Jan 2021
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 12 Jan 2021 Undergrad GPA: 3.83
GRE General (V/Q/W): 164/170/4.00
GRE Subject: n/a
A12 Jan 2021
  • bachelors in econ+math + 2 years of full-time RA experience
Stanford UniversityEcononomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Postal Service on 12 Jan 2021 I12 Jan 2021
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 12 Jan 2021 Undergrad GPA: n/a
GRE General (V/Q/W): 0/170/0.00
GRE Subject: n/a
12 Jan 2021
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 12 Jan 2021 I12 Jan 2021
  • Top China undergraduate and Oxford Masters. Very top grades in all programs. Superb letters from respected professors but not well connected in the US. 2 years of part-time research experience. Sadly rejected. Hopefully, better results are coming. Congrats to those who got accepted!
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via E-mail on 12 Jan 2021 Undergrad GPA: n/a
GRE General (V/Q/W): 0/170/0.00
GRE Subject: n/a
I12 Jan 2021
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 12 Jan 2021 U12 Jan 2021
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via E-mail on 12 Jan 2021 Undergrad GPA: 4.00
GRE General (V/Q/W): 170/170/6.00
GRE Subject: 170
A12 Jan 2021
  • I am Raj Chetty and even I got rejected. Stanford is the new Warwick!
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 12 Jan 2021 U12 Jan 2021
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (S21)Rejected via Other on 12 Jan 2021 I12 Jan 2021
  • Top 5 school. Recommendation letters from Milton Friedman and John Maynard Keynes, the latter is in fact my dad. Seems times have changed. Stangflation killed my family reputation. Stanford a.k.a we don't reed the aplications university. Good luck you all !
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 12 Jan 2021 Undergrad GPA: 3.60
GRE General (V/Q/W): 165/167/5.50
GRE Subject: n/a
A12 Jan 2021
  • Stanford was always a reach --- pretty but not elite undergrad GPA at a top 10 small liberal arts school, all As in math and econ classes but no grad coursework, two years of full time research experience and one solid pub. On to the next one!
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Other via Other on 12 Jan 2021 12 Jan 2021
  • One rec letter writer is a current Stanford post-doc, other two are top 0.5% economists on REPEC (and one used to be a faculty member at Stanford). I studied at a T10 undergrad, took grad applied math and computer science classes, and thought I had a great research fit with Stanford. Oh well. (I second what the blunt poster below said; my advisor basically told me they thought spots are prioritized for Stanford-connected predocs)
Stanford UniversityEconomics, PhD (F21)Rejected via Website on 12 Jan 2021 Undergrad GPA: 4.00
GRE General (V/Q/W): 162/170/4.50
GRE Subject: n/a
U12 Jan 2021
  • GPA is grad from an M.A. Econ program in U.S. 1st decision of this cycle.

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

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