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  1. Hi everyone, quick question about pass/no pass and withdraw questions. In my last 2 years of college: I took 4 GE classes pass/no pass and 2 coding classes pass/no pass. I also took a coding class + lab but withdrew for 2 W because I wanted to prioritize my time for science classes and spending more time in research. All major and science courses taken for a grade. Overall: 6 Pass and 2 Withdrawals in the last 2 years of college. I regret this, but what's done is done. Do you guys think this will reflect negatively and might affect my chances for interviews at UCSF, Stanford, and a few UC's? This might show i'm not diverse in knowledge, although I still passed. Overall GPA: 3.96 Major GPA: 3.99 Thanks for your time!
  2. I am currently a Master's student; the program is great and I am confident that I could get a lot from it, but I am feeling burnt out and unable to engage meaningfully with the material. I am thinking about withdrawing from the program after this semester, but I am curious how that would affect my chances of getting into other schools. What I would ideally like to do is reapply for a Master's program this semester, withdraw after this fall semester is over, and then hopefully resume my studies Fall 2019. Naturally, there is the potential of not getting in, and I wouldn't want to either alienate/offend my professors or hurt my chances of getting into a PhD program in the future. I am curious about what you think about withdrawing, just in general, and also leaves of absence on a transcript. Also, how offensive is it to a professor if you withdraw from a program but also simultaneously ask for a letter of recommendation? Definitely don't want to scorch any earth here, but also don't really want to finish the program.
  3. Does anyone know how withdrawing from classes is viewed by admissions committees? I have withdrawn from two courses (one early in college because schedule was too heavy, and second was last semester because course was not required for major and was pre-med week out class) throughout college.
  4. Hi guys, this is a stupid but kinda frustrating question..... I am applying for Duke's statistics PhD for 2017 fall. I accidentally clicked the "withdraw application" tab button when checking my application material status, and nothing appears on the web page except a blank page. I was wondering if my application is still there if I did not click anything else or it's already removed just by one-click? I already sent them an email, but would not expect them to reply in a few days. Totally freaking out now.... Is there any way I can tell my application is still there or not? Thanks in advance!
  5. I was recently accepted to my top choice (yay!) and have accepted their offer. I have declined other offers of acceptance but am unsure if I should also let other schools in which I've interviewed with know that I have accepted another offer even though they have yet to reject or accept me. What's the polite thing to do and how would I word an email essentially withdrawing my application due to the acceptance of another school. Thanks for the help.
  6. Can anyone please help me with this question? (the second part of the question)What happens when a person decides to withdraw or becomes distressed part-way through the focus group and what are the procedures in place to allow withdrawal in front of others so it does not negatively impact on the participant? In other words, how can a participant leave in front of the other participants without judgement i suppose? I really can't seem to get my head around the issue. I've searched other journals for inspiration but there seems to be no way of doing it other than making sure the participant is well informed beforehand.
  7. So I accepted an offer to a university that gave me an offer that is too good to pass up. Anyway, should I withdraw from the two other schools I'm waiting to hear from? I guess I just don't care what they have to say.
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