ndufour Posted January 20, 2009 Share Posted January 20, 2009 Hello All- Yeah, I'm imploding from anxiety. But we all are. I have a few interviews, but my top choice (MIT. Yes, I know name isn't everything. I also know it's terribly easy for someone with a cutesy rhyming screen name that includes "MIT" to be magnanimous and state "don't worry there are lots of good programs" but everyone wanted to get into into big name schools for undergrad and damn little has changed) hasn't requested an interview yet, and hence, since they're apparently done with interviews, probably won't. Thus I ask if anyone knows what action to take should you not be granted an interview (if any) and what that means for one's chances. Does it mean you're just done, throw in the towel, etc? That's the impression I've got but I have been unable to locate any information specifically concerning "life after being denied an interview and your acceptance chances," and was thus wondering if anyone knew anything in regards to that specific eventuality. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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