neverguessed Posted January 19, 2018 Share Posted January 19, 2018 (edited) Hello, I just finished my second grad school interview and when I compared it to my first, this one was so much more promising. In interviews, the Professors were impressed with my qualifications and I received comments that I was a strong applicant, that they did not see many applicants like me, and how they could highlight the program so that I would attend. At the dinner following the interviews, I officially met the Director and was told that he had received an email from a Professor that I interviewed with recommending me for admission and that it was said that the Program should do their best to try to get me to attend. I said that I loved everything that I had heard and stated that this program was my first choice. However, three days later I have received my rejection letter. I am not even waitlisted. The first program rejected me too, but it was a lot less surprising. Is this how interviews just are sometimes? Or did I do something wrong somewhere afterward to get rejected? Thanks for your thoughts! Edited January 19, 2018 by neverguessed Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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