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  1. Hello. I got waitlisted at Fordham. To anyone accepted who is declining their offer, please do so as soon as you can! Fordham is my number 1 choice!
  2. Hello. I am going to be attending the CUNY Grad center MA program this fall. Anyone else? I'd love to connect!
  3. Why is it the case, then, that deadlines for MA's are much much later? --so much later that many are after April 15th.
  4. Generally speaking, when do MA programs issue acceptances? For instance, where it is generally the case that most PhD acceptances are issued around late Feb - late March, what would the comparable time span look like for MA programs?
  5. This is not my opinion: its what all my advisors and many professors from schools I am applying to who are experts on the topic I have written about have said about it. Perhaps in different phrasing, but still.
  6. Actually, while you are right about CUNY, you're not right about Columbia and NYU, but I do see your point. Where I have thus far been rejected has either just had Spinoza people or just had Heidegger people. Columbia and NYU have both, and in a sense, makes these schools actually a perfect fit for me. My concern is more-so with my GRE, actually. It'd be a shame for them to overlook all of my other credentials due to a stupid score --especially considering I couldn't really afford test prep, only took 1 math course in college, and I was a fuck-up in high school and went to poorly funded/crimin
  7. Hi all. I graduated in August 2019 with a BA in philosophy (GPA 3.85, major GPA 3.87) from a top public college in NYC, as Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and Phi Sigma Tau --in all of these instances of receiving honors, my university's philosophy department nominated me. I have applied to 16 PhD programs. I have a stellar/very original/extremely polished writing sample comparing Spinoza and Heidegger, using the latter to interpret the former, and asserting that the former interprets the latter. My GRE scores were 149 Q 152 V and 5.5 AW (the particularly less desirable GRE, can be impli
  8. Hi all. I graduated in August 2019 with a BA in philosophy (GPA 3.85, major GPA 3.87) from a top public college in NYC, as Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and Phi Sigma Tau --in all of these instances of receiving honors, my university's philosophy department nominated me. I have applied to 16 PhD programs. I have a stellar/very original/extremely polished writing sample comparing Spinoza and Heidegger, using the latter to interpret the former, and asserting that the former interprets the latter. My GRE scores were 149 Q 152 V and 5.5 AW (the particularly less desireable GRE, can be impl
  9. Hi all. I graduated in August 2019 with a BA in philosophy (GPA 3.85, major GPA 3.87) from a top public college in NYC, as Magna Cum Laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and Phi Sigma Tau --in all of these instances of receiving honors, my university's philosophy department nominated me. I have applied to 16 PhD programs. I have a stellar/very original/extremely polished writing sample comparing Spinoza and Heidegger, using the latter to interpret the former, and asserting that the former interprets the latter. My GRE scores were 149 Q 152 V and 5.5 AW (the particularly less desireable GRE, can be impl
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