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Found 6 results

  1. Hey y'all, anyone feel like they won't get accepted anywhere this cycle? For me this cycle has been 3 rejections, one unfunded offer (which I can't take, am broke AF), and two waitlists. A very small part of me is still holding out hope that those waitlists will turn into something, but I am moving forward and have an interview with a great job next week and have already began preparing for next cycle.
  2. Well, last year, I saw that a thread was put up on this topic. It enabled followers to keep abreast of acceptances, rejections and waitlists from Canadian MA programs. As for me, I applied to both York Uni and SFU for 2018 fall. Still waiting on a positive response with fingers crossed. What of you?
  3. As far as I am concerned, anyone who has not received a rejection is functionally on a "hidden waitlist." Would sending an email asking about my application status be good, bad, or neutral for such an application? I don't see how it could be significantly good or bad. Yes, it expresses interest, but I don't think it expresses interest significantly more than the time and money that is put into an application. Sure, it may make you look desperate; but committees surely realize that even applicants who have been accepted elsewhere want to consider all their options.
  4. As far as I am concerned, anyone who has not received a rejection is functionally on a "hidden waitlist." Would sending an email asking about my application status be good, bad, or neutral for such an application? I don't see how it could be significantly good or bad. Yes, it expresses interest, but I don't think it expresses interest significantly more than the time and money that is put into an application. Sure, it may make you look desperate; but committees surely realize that even applicants who have been accepted elsewhere want to consider all their options.
  5. Has anyone else not heard back from any of the programs they applied to? I've been checking the results page on GradCafe, and some programs I applied to have sent out acceptances and waitlists, and even some rejections, but I haven't heard anyyyyything, which is driving me insane and increasing my levels of stress. is anyone else experiencing this? What does this mean?! what do we do!
  6. JoHarrison

    FAU

    Hey guys!! I called FAU yesterday asking for an updated status on my application. Since I just moved due to getting married, some of my mail has gone missing. I was curious if they mailed anything and I missed it. Based on what they told me, some letters of acceptance have been sent out. The lady on the phone told me based on those replies they would send out more letters within 2 weeks. Has anyone received notice yet?? I got in to FIU's program but I think I'm leaning more towards FAU due to distance. If I get in anyways!
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