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h.ude

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  1. Yeah those numbers look pretty reasonable, and that's about as good of a source as I could ask for. Thanks for the info.
  2. I saw here that they've been offering more like 15 spots over the last few years, 16 last year and 17 before that: http://gradschool.duke.edu/about/statistics/admitsta.htm Statsfrommaths, can I ask where you got your numbers? I'm surprised the short list is 40 people when the total number of applications has been <200.
  3. I'm going to Duke in a couple weeks for what was described to me as a "small group applicant visit." A couple questions for anyone who's been through this in the past: What are the odds of getting an offer given that they're paying for me to visit? Is this actually just another interview round, or do I have a pretty good shot at this point? I saw one person from April 2009 got flown down, waitlisted and then rejected. Any ideas as to how many people get paid visits? Secondly, what do you wear to something like this? For a normal interview I would go with suit and tie, but that seems out o
  4. I saw one person from April 2009 got flown down, waitlisted and then rejected. Any ideas as to how many people get paid visits?
  5. I'm going to Duke in a couple weeks for what was described to me as a "small group applicant visit." A couple questions for anyone who's been through this in the past: What are the odds of getting an offer given that they're paying for me to visit? Is this actually just another interview round, or do I have a pretty good shot at this point? Secondly, what do you wear to something like this? For a normal interview I would go with suit and tie, but that seems out of place for something like this. Khakis and a tie? Thanks.
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