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  • Application Season
    2017 Fall
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    Computer Science, Data Science
  1. NYU MS Data Science F17

    Guess all their seats have been filled? Otherwise it would not have taken so much time to make a decision. Not hoping for anything anymore. @andromeda2706 I had checked with them about 15 days back where they said they'll update everyone when a decision is made. And as mentioned here: "You will hear from us when a final decision has been made. (". So I guess everyone of us will hear back when "the decision is made". But your other idea to check with NYU students sounds like a good idea, not sure if they'll reveal anything about the waitlist or decisions date, but worth checking.
  2. NYU MS Data Science F17

    Any idea what this was?
  3. NYU MS Data Science F17

    Yes, I also emailed them regarding this and they have no timeframe. However, they said they'll update everyone when a decision is made, whether acceptance or not.
  4. NYU MS Data Science F17

    @wlg3 We were notified by emails. And today they emailed the same again, as some of the candidates had not received any notification. @sfbae89 Congratulations I guess you're going to attend the program? I also vaguely remember an increase being mentioned in an admissions seminar on their website. But even then, they might have accepted (say) 1.3x candidates for the same, and waitlisted another 1x (guess this is the standard admissions procedure). Hope these numbers are much smaller in reality than 1.3x and 1x. Hoping for the best, fingers crossed!
  5. NYU MS Data Science F17

    Came here after the post on NYU Data Science Results page: "Hey waitlisters, let's commiserate together in this thread" Anybody has any idea about the class size, number of offers made and the size of the waitlist? Is there any realistic chance of acceptance after being waitlisted? It's even more confusing since the waitlist is not ranked. Also, a few posters asked for being referred by someone declining the admit. Does it really work that way?