alouette Posted February 19, 2009 Share Posted February 19, 2009 Do you think it is possible to be denied admission at a Masters program because you are overqualified? This many be wishful thinking on my part, :oops: but this waiting game has given me altogether too much time to ponder such twisted scenarios. As it is, I've applied to masters programs having written two required theses, published two articles,served as an undergraduate teaching assistant in two courses and won some highly-competitve national scholarships. Is it possible for an Ivy League masters program to think that I wouldn't benefit from their instruction?? Do you think that they'd assume that I had (quite presumptuously) applied to their masters program as a safety school? (I didn't! I just didn't quite know the path I wanted to take for a doctoral program and I wanted more time but I didn't want to take a break from schooling). Could I come off as overweening? Help! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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