Leafytea Posted January 31, 2010 Share Posted January 31, 2010 Hello, I'm new to the forum. This question may have been addressed somewhere else, but I thought I'd just post a new thread. I am currently a masters student at a university where I have applied to a related PhD program. I actually see the profs who serve on the adcomm regularly, because they are my professors in my current program, and my adviser now would be my adviser if I end up staying for the PhD. I have a pretty good relationship with at least four profs in the department that I applied to. BUT. They have not told me anything about admissions yet, and it is killing me. Should I, or should I not ask them point blank? It seems like some admissions decisions have been handed out from the university, but not in my department. Next week might be it...but this week was increasingly nerve-racking, as the gears in my brain spun furiously whenever I saw one of the profs who *might* tell me the decision. What do you think? Should I just tear off the band-aid and ask? Or is that a bad idea? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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