speeddemon608 Posted March 9, 2009 Share Posted March 9, 2009 In response to a question about visits for prospective students (mid-decision) and a timeline for final decision, I got this response from a grad chair: We are finishing up the review process so you should be hearing from us very soon. You are always welcome to come and visit and I definitely encourage you to do so; I would also strongly suggest looking up faculty who are conducting research that interests you and then seeing if you can meet to discuss potential mentorship. I hope this helps. I know it's of no use reading into these, but somehow I need to kill some time. What do you think, secret message of rejection or acceptance? This response seems to be a particularly nasty shade of 'neutral,' tough to say. On a more practical note, should I now be redirecting the original question to the professor that I mentioned in my SOP? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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