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Should I ask for recommendation letter through email?
hughie posted a topic in PhD in EconomicsNormally I would say that asking in person is the right way to go about it but now that I can't actually meet my professor in person, should I ask him by email for a recommendation letter? Or should I ask him to meet on zoom or something, I am hesitant to do this because it just seems like it would inconvenience him
looking for a partner to study NAPLEX with
Sumayamustafa posted a topic in NAPLEXHi I live in Seattle, WA and im looking for a NAPLEX partner. hopefully someone who is able to meet up and study with
Nice to meet everyone!
LotP posted a topic in IntroductionsIm the new one here.:)
dichvuCDN posted a topic in IntroductionsIm the new one here. Nice to meet everyone. Hope we will have goodtime together. Enjoy:triumphant:
Indian Bachelor's Eligibility
Vitanvi posted a topic in PhD in EconomicsWhat is the best way (Cheap and effective) to meet the eligibility requirements of UK and US colleges in Economics
Hello from the other side :)
walkmansky posted a topic in IntroductionsHi, I'm Clint, new mem. Nice to meet yall
Could anyone that attended either of these visit days give me their overall impression of the department? Which fields do they seem stronger in, attrition rates, overall happiness of the grad students, how often they meet with advisors, any specifics about the program that is unusual? Any info would be really helpful, thanks in advance!
liu431 posted a topic in IntroductionsNice to meet you!
If a school that you have an offer from, but haven't decided whether to attend or not (I certainly haven't decided against it--in which case I'd decline, but I am still waiting for higher-ranked programs to get back to me) offers to fly you out to meet faculty and visit with students, is there anything wrong with agreeing to visit, as long as you are up front about having not made your mind up, and don't make any promises you can't keep? That is kind of the point right? They are flying you out because they know you're unsure and they want to convince you? I don't want to waste their time or money if I get something better, but on the other hand, this is a program that isn't extremely highly ranked, but has some (on paper) really good research and faculty that I'd like to meet.