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moez1266

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  • Location
    Minnesota
  • Application Season
    2019 Fall
  • Program
    Political Science

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  1. I've contacted the graduate admissions office and have not received a reply. I'm happy to wait, but I'd thought I'd ask here. I've used the "How to Apply" Page for all my information needs: https://polisci.indiana.edu/graduate/how-to-apply.html. While it seems to be missing required components of the application (i.e. GRE, writing sample, and transcripts), I'm certain they are needed. The general application requires mailed transcripts, however, the department site does not (as far as I can tell) provide an address, for domestic applicants.
  2. I appreciate this. My apologies, I did mean top 15. I want to apply to UW-Madison because of the faculty and the strength of the comparative program. The comparative subfield is weak. at the moment. Moreover, my interests are in Eastern Europe, Madison is my ideal. Illinois Urbana is another ideal program because of the faculty, however, I cannot find any information on GRE scores. Indiana's program is small, not unlike madison's, but again, it's more safe than Madison. While Minnesota is in the top 25, the department's table of admits' GRE scores, does list that there
  3. took the test yesterday. Yes, I'm aware that my scores are low: 146Q and 151V I'm a senior studying Political Science and would continue in the field if I were to go (Comparative). My GPA is 3.6/major is 3.9. I started my search into grad school last year when a professor, in my department, suggested that I think about it. I put that search on pause in spring semester when I realized how problematic my quant score would be. Come this semester, I went and I informed my department of my choice. The professor who had suggested that I go told me that I was letting fear get in the way, t
  4. I took the test yesterday. Yes, I'm aware that my scores are low: 146Q and 151V I'm a senior studying Political Science and would continue in the field if I were to go (Comparative). My GPA is 3.6/major is 3.9. I started my search into grad school last year when a professor, in my department, suggested that I think about it. I put that search on pause in spring semester when I realized how problematic my quant score would be. Come this semester, I went and I informed my department of my choice. The professor who had suggested that I go told me that I was letting fear get in the way,
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