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  1. Thanks for your opinions, everyone. Just thought I would follow up and post what I did and why incase anyone else reads this thread seeking advice. I decided to apply to only one program. I probably would have followed jacib's advice, but the deadline for the department that I didn't apply to was today, so discussing it with the department wasn't an option for me at this late date due to the holiday. About a month ago, I had mentioned it to the chair of the other department that I did apply to, and it was definitely possible. But I hadn't mentioned to her that I wanted to study two very d
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  2. I agree, Macs are nice, but not worth it (in my opinion) if you're on a budget... I have a Sony Vaio, which I love, and take with me to my grad classes. It is a bit more on the pricey end though of PCs. (And I got a white one, so it looks "Mac-ish." I know, I'm such a poser.) To be honest most laptops are fine, assuming you don't need anything fancy (i.e. a graphics card for gaming or something). It can be overwhelming to search for them if you're not a picky computer geek (no offense if you or anyone is!). I found it easiest to prioritize what I was looking for--e.g., long battery life, pr
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