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Anxiously Hopeful

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    United States
  • Application Season
    2021 Fall
  • Program
    Neuroscience

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  1. Wait!!! I did not receive that.. Was this emailed??? AAAAAHHHHHHH
  2. Hey fellow neuroscience applicants! Has anyone received any information about the schedule for the 2-day virtual interview event at Johns Hopkins University next week? Also, are people still expecting to hear back from NYU and UCLA neuroscience graduate programs??
  3. Hey folks! So I was notified today that I have received a scholarship worth 20,000 USD from U of Florida. I was planning to decline their admission offer today. I would have preferred being given some time before re-assessing my decisions, however, I have to make the decision today or else the scholarship offer would not stand. How weird is this???
  4. I got into JHU, U of Florida and Case Western for masters in BME. I am pretty much decided on JHU because the program is research-driven and in the future I would like to continue with my doctoral studies. For all those joining JHU in Fall 2019, let us connect!!!!
  5. I just cannot wrap my head around the fact that why staying quiet is so stigmatized. Since childhood, I have been hearing words like shy, quiet, and timid to describe my personality. Even in college, while participating in my group research projects, I was considered to be a listener and not a contributor. Why is it so troublesome for people to understand that quietness does not mean a person is uninterested or afraid of presenting his/her own ideas but instead trying to make sense of what others are suggesting and not just mindlessly blabbering away. I think it is important to remember
  6. Hey everyone! As a newly enrolled master's student, I would want to apply for TAship positions at the Biomedical Engineering department at Johns Hopkins University. Can someone throw light about the entire selection process and how is it is like to be a TA?? Are you already expected to be an expert in the area in which you would be getting the assistantships or you are allowed to learn and earn at the same time??
  7. There are two universities that I am very interested in attending for masters in biomedical engineering and to which I have been accepted: the University of Florida at Gainsville and Johns Hopkins University. JHU has the best BME program but it is very costly. UFL, on the other hand, has half the tuition cost as JHU and I am also getting a $4500 scholarship there. Getting into JHU would be the best thing for my career, however, I want to continue with my higher studies and get a Ph.D. in the future and do not want to be neck-deep in debt. At the same time, I do not know if letting go of such a
  8. Wish I had come across such a compact list of things to remember during the application process earlier.
  9. While merch from the University you have been accepted to makes a great gift, showing your gratefulness by simply talking to them about how they have made a major contribution to your future is more important.
  10. I would have to go with @Ternwildon this one, that is, the university tag does not matter unless you want to end up in academia. A great mentor can open doors for numerous opportunities for you and also mentally enlighten you.
  11. Did anyone get accepted to JHU and receive the welcome/funding letter from the department?
  12. Hey! To all those (masters and Ph.D. applicants) who have been accepted to the BME program at JHU, have you all received the welcome/funding letter? I am waiting for mine. I applied to the MSE program and desperately hope to get some financial aid.
  13. First of all, I do not see career and love as mutually exclusive. For me, education builds my self-esteem and so does my partner and both are in the same boat, so in such a scenario an understanding is essential. Questions like what if I died in graduate school and would it be worth it? would not land me in a happy place. I can literally die right now when I am living with my parents, so is it worth it living with my parents.
  14. Although I have never been in this situation, I think it not only depends on the relationship you have with your POI but also on the profiles of the Ph.D. candidates who would be wanting to work with your mentor. If the POI finds applicants that are much better than you then he/she is under no obligation to reserve a Ph.D. position for you.
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