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  1. i know that current situation in USA will affect admission processes as things are not working in normal routine order etc and many are out there waiting for any news regarding admits, funding etc and here i am from the later category. though i have received the good news of admit into my top most priority program on 2nd March nevertheless it is making me really uneasy now as it is more than 2 weeks and i am still waiting anxiously to hear any update about funding. as an international student i have tried all means of contact (phone, email) to reach out to my program cooridnator but haven't
  2. Hi guys, I have applied for 6 Universities this year to join a Ph.D. program in Chemical Engineering. I got 2 early acceptances from MTU(Michigan tech) and Cleveland State, however, it looks like they are not going to fund my Ph.D. I still have 4 applications in NC state, Utah, Kentucky and polytech Montreal. The admission says they did not come to decision yet about my application. I wonder how long should I wait? I am quite stressed as my final semester as an undergraduate is about to end. Most programs also accepted and rejected many. Should I look for another career and forget about
  3. Hi everyone, So, I'm a bit confused (aren't we all?). I applied to a program and was contacted by a PI that thinks I am a good fit for his lab and said, in his email, phone interview, and in person interview, that he has a spot available for me (actually, he's looking for two students - he is funded) and that I'd be a great fit due to our similar research background. I went through several interviews with him and others, interviews went really well and received positive feedback. However, the decisions were supposed to be sent out late last week and others, in different concentrations
  4. In August 2017 I interviewed for a PhD position (Fall2018 entry) at a mid-tier UK school and received a preliminary, verbal acceptance from 2 professors. I was going to be entering a master's program at a different UK school that September, so they invited me to visit their department for a tour once I had settled in at my new place. When I emailed them after arriving to decide on a visit date, no one responded for a month and a half. No problem though- Profs are busy and I'm hardly their top priority! They apologized for the late reply, asked for my schedule (which I noted as being very
  5. One the professors I asked for a letter of recommendation has not yet responded to my request. It has been three days since I sent it her the email (I live in a different state, so couldn't ask in person). I haven't seen or spoken to her in three or four years, but I felt like we had a fairly good relationship when I was in school, I got an A in her class, and she advised me to apply for a distinguished majors program in my department (which I was accepted to), and she's written me a number of recommendation letters in the past for internships, etc. I don't necessarily think this is her subtle
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