sleepingdogmatist Posted September 17, 2008 Share Posted September 17, 2008 I've been reading articles from faculty members at Vanderbilt, and I'm really liking what I'm reading. One of my undergrad professors advised me that my GRE numbers (700V - 97%, 6.0AW - 96%) might only be enough to get my application looked at but not seriously considered. I've got a pile of good references, a 3.93 GPA (although from a smaller state school, Marshall U.), an article getting published, several conferences on my CV, and a few awards for writing outside of my university. Any folks in the know with Vanderbilt that might be able to apprise me of my chances? I'm seriously considering trying to do work with Wittgenstein and philosophy of religion with the chair, Dr. Michael Hodges. Any help or information would be greatly appreciated, especially info on what kinds of scores philosophy folks at Vandy have. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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