informationbomb Posted February 22, 2011 Share Posted February 22, 2011 With the GRE discussion, my question got left behind, so I'll ask it again: If an applicant is applying, say, for the second or third time, what effect, if any, does it have on his or her chances? I'm guessing adcom members are aware of the fact that the student applied and was rejected before. Is that taken as a strike against the applicant, or is not much made of it? Would you advise applicants not to reapply to schools they've already been rejected from once or twice before? If 80% of the applicant pool were plausible candidates for admission, it seems that being rejected should not count too heavily against one's future applications... Thanks! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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