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    Re: 2019 PhD Applicant Sweat Thread

    I totally get you what you are saying. I am in the same boat. I see people getting acceptances or interview invites every day on the gradcafe, and my inbox is so quiet. I did a very risky sort of...
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    Re: 2019 PhD Applicant Sweat Thread

    I saw on the graduate that Kellogg rolled out quite a few acceptances and wait-list in various fields. According to the pattern of the Northwestern University, they roll out rejections on the same...
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    Re: 2019 PhD Applicant Sweat Thread

    Agree. All we gotta do is stay positive. :)
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    Re: Which ranking to follow

    I had followed the QS rankings for my process, but I agree that matching with the research interests of Universities is more important than rankings for PhD admissions.
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    PhD admission without interview

    Hello,

    At some places I read that if one doesn't get an interview offer till the mid-February the rejection is on the way. I have also heard of tales of students getting accepted without an...
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    Re: 2019 PhD Applicant Sweat Thread

    Thanks guys for suggestions. I feel better about the submission now. On a new note, I can't seem to find the 18th Jan info on the Ross website. Best of luck to the ones who already got invited for...
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    Re: 2019 PhD Applicant Sweat Thread

    Hello, I am new to this forum. It gives me peace to be here. Does submitting the application on the last date create a negative impression? Is there any way to convey to the ad comm that it was due...
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