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  1. Hello everyone, You were all very helpful on my other thread, so I decided to post here again. I wish to know how good (or bad) of an applicant I am so that I know what schools to apply to. Other than what is in the title, I have the following: 3 Great letters of recommendation (2 academic, 1 from an unrelated business profession). A master's thesis (in progress, I am counting it as my 3rd paper for the time being lol) . A good (or at least decent) fit in all programs I am applying to. MS GPA of 3.93 BA GPA of 3.00 I am applying to the following schools (with acceptance rates included): Auburn University (5.38%) University at Albany/State Uni. of New York (3.56%) Clark University (2.94%) Long Island University (6.25%) Hofstra University (6.02%) U. Minnesota (5.47%) Pacific University (11.03%) University of Oregon (5.36%) Rowan University (9.60%) St. John's University (3.29%) Suffolk University (1.47%) Duquesne University (4.70%) Thank you!
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