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  1. I have been accepted to JHU, Brown, Duke, and Emory. Denied from MIT, Harvard, and Stanford. Haven't heard anything from the rest.
  2. So, did anyone on this forum get accepted to Yale for inorganic or physical chemistry? Seems like no one really did...
  3. I received an acceptance from brown last Friday. I'm a domestic student, if that helps. I also applied to Columbia but haven't heard anything
  4. I just called UChicago and they said that decisions will be available by the 15th of February and that they pushed the date back. I have a very good feeling that they wouldn't just push the date back for no reason other than that they are still making acceptances
  5. When you login to the application portal for UPenn does your application say "ready for review" or "in review"?
  6. It's not your fault! I'm just tryna bring a little positivity around here
  7. I'm not really sure why a lot of people are giving up hope. It's the beginning of February. Many people I've talked to have received acceptances in February. If the results page was anything to go off of then that would mean only like 10 people got into Yale this year, 8 to Harvard, etc etc. The results page is extremely biased. Most people don't even know this website exists. Yale acceptances are probably still coming out I would imagine and I'm assuming most schools are still making acceptances. I don't trust the results page and I don't really trust a lot of the information on this thread. Someone said that uchicago was gonna release all decisions by today and that hasn't happened. Someone said Yale was gonna release all decisions last Friday and that didn't happen. Don't give up hope!
  8. It was stated earlier in this thread
  9. I wouldn't count Yale out yet. I know they haven't extended any inorganic offers yet, at least.
  10. Has anyone heard from UPenn, Yale, Harvard, or UChicago for inorganic yet? Surprised I haven't heard from many schools and it's this late...
  11. Congrats! Has anyone who has applied to UChicago (materials) heard back from them? I see a lot of acceptances on the response page but nobody (except a few theoretical) specified their subdiscipline. Wondering if any materials subdiscipline applicants have heard back
  12. I'm in the same situation as you, and I did not include them
  13. Undergrad Institution: Top 40 Liberal Arts SchoolMajor(s): ChemistryMinor(s):GPA in Major: 3.77Overall GPA: 3.80Position in Class: Top 5%Type of Student: DomesticGRE Scores (revised/old version):Q: 161V: 160W: 5.5S: 53%ileResearch Experience: 3 years of research in an inorganic/organometallic lab with a fairly known prof.Awards/Honors/Recognitions: -Full Science Scholarship -Award given to junior for excellence in Science, Math, Computing. -Placed 2nd in world's largest student rocket competition. Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Research Assistant (3 yrs) Teaching Assistant (1.5 years) Tutor (3 months) Chem Club, treasurer ( 3.5 years)Any Miscellaneous Accomplishments that Might Help: 1 pub, 2 more in submission. 4 poster presentations, with 1 presentation at ACS. Applying to Where: UPenn, MIT, Harvard, Yale, UChicago, Columbia, Stanford, JHU, Brown, Duke, UChicago, Emory
  14. A 48%ile isn't the kiss of death if you're a domestic student. I got a 710, or 53%ile. Many of alumni from my undergrad institution have scored much worse and gotten into top programs cause their other credentials were on par. I am applying this cycle and submitted mine to schools that not only require it but also strongly recommend sending your score. I don't think it makes a big difference, if at all. By taking it they already understand that you are serious about graduate school and an ambitious individual, imo.
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