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All Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Other on 6 Apr 2016 O6 Apr 2016 Is it only my impression or waiting lists are moving pretty slowly, more than previous years? What can we expect in the following days?
All Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Other on 4 Apr 2016 O4 Apr 2016 No connection, no admission, hehe.
All Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Other on 1 Apr 2016 A1 Apr 2016 Reminder now that open houses are coming to an end: please reject all offers that you are no longer considering. Of my 6 offers, I have rejected the 4 that are strictly dominated. Those of us on waitlists would like to be able to make a decision so that our other offers can be passed down to others on waitlists. We only have a couple weeks left until April 15th.
All Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Website on 22 Mar 2016 I22 Mar 2016 To the italian guy below, I think your best option is CEMFI (look at the master and phd placement). Aditionally, given your research interest I think is even clearer that is your best option (CEMFI is particularly good at microeconometrics)
All Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Other on 16 Mar 2016 I16 Mar 2016 Hello mate! I had applied to only top 15 schools in the U.S. Thank you very much for the tips. I am a fresh graduate and also I did not have any work experience. I shall look for good options in my home country now.
All Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Other on 16 Mar 2016 A16 Mar 2016 To those saying they're rejected everywhere - what was your strategy for applying? All top 10-15 or something? You should try applying more broadly than that next time, because you could probably get something in the 20-50 range, assuming you have the math, GRE, etc.
All Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Other on 15 Mar 2016 O15 Mar 2016 Waiting for decisions from NYU, Boston University, and Cornell. Do you guys think they sent out all the offers and waitlists?
All Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Other on 15 Mar 2016 A15 Mar 2016 In response to All below: Many people are waiting on waitlist decisions. I'd decline a lot of good offers if Penn took me off the funding waitlist, but I have to hold onto them/visit etc. because Penn might not give me funding. Unfortunately, true for a lot of people.
All Economics, PhD (F16) Other via E-mail on 15 Mar 2016 I15 Mar 2016 It is a humle request to everyone. Please decline those offers where you are planning not to go. Cooperative game can benifit all (including you)
All Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Other on 11 Mar 2016 Undergrad GPA: n/a
GRE General (V/Q/W): 152/170/4.50
GRE Subject: n/a
I11 Mar 2016 Nothing here from Northwestern or UCLA. Accepted on Brown and Duke. Good luck to all.
All Economics, PhD (F16) Accepted via E-mail on 11 Mar 2016 I11 Mar 2016 UPitt, Penn State or ASU? Any advice on those?
All Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Other on 11 Mar 2016 O11 Mar 2016 I'm with you guys. Still waiting for Cornell, Brown, Duke, NYU. I heard that Duke uses implicit wait list, but for others we should assume implicit rejections.
ALL Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Other on 9 Mar 2016 I9 Mar 2016 Guys and gals, this is my second time through the application cycle and I'm yet to receive any funded offers. I'm on some waitlists, but if I don't get in, I'm planning on reaplying for a third time. I'll do (another) Masters or something, and retry. Don't lose hope and most importantly, don't quit. If this is what you want, please don't quit. Endure what you have to endure. See you all on the other side. Good luck.
All Economics, PhD (F15) Other via E-mail on 9 Mar 2016 U9 Mar 2016 To the poster below: Most inspirational and thoughtful piece I have ever seen on this website.
ALL Economics, PhD (F16) Other via Other on 9 Mar 2016 I9 Mar 2016 To the post below> I feel you, I am so disappointed.
ALL Economics, PhD (F16) Rejected via E-mail on 9 Mar 2016 Undergrad GPA: n/a
GRE General (V/Q/W): 154/168/4.00
GRE Subject: n/a
I9 Mar 2016 I'm with you bro...
ALL Economics, PhD (F16) Rejected via Other on 9 Mar 2016 U9 Mar 2016 Rejections (implicit and explicit) from all the schools!! Tough year ahead :-/
All - Soo Sad Economics, PhD (F20) Other via E-mail on 24 Mar 2020 24 Mar 2020 I got rejections from all the universities I applied for in the first year. The main reason was that I was too ambitious. What I did for the second year: 1. I made realistic and pragmatic choices. Schools ranked between 200-300 are good too. 2. I worked hard for 4 months and published a paper in a decent Q2 journal. 3. I made connections with two scholars outside of my home country via email. They tremendously helped me to publish my paper and also gave me strong LoRs. And all this worked! I got funded offers in the second year. Additionally, a high GRE quant score (say 165 or above) makes your profile competitive. I love the US but there are good schools in other countries. Do not limit yourself to a specific region. Good luck!
ALL MA ECONOMICS MA ECONOMICS, Masters (F10) Other via Other on 18 Mar 2010 I18 Mar 2010 Sit tight. I haven't received anything too, it's okay! (Queen's, U of T, McGill, York U)
ALL MA ECONOMICS MA ECONOMICS, Masters (F10) Other via Other on 18 Mar 2010 O18 Mar 2010 I have no answers, no accepts, no rejections from any canadian school for MA program, should I wait or give up?
All Programs Economics, PhD (F18) Other via Other on 13 Apr 2018 A13 Apr 2018 Dear universities that haven't communicated rejection, acceptance, or waitlist, Please send me back my application fee. -Thanks
All Schols Economics, PhD (F18) Other via Other on 5 Apr 2018 I5 Apr 2018 To the posters below: I am over 40 and got two offers last year. My opinion is to increase your journal papers. You are still young, so please don't give up.
All Schols Economics, PhD (F18) Other via Other on 5 Apr 2018 O5 Apr 2018 Guys, I am on the process right now and it has been really hard. Do you believe that the age is a problem? I am 32 years old and I feel that competing with person of less than 30 years is hard. What age do you believe is the best for applying and what is the cut off?
All Schols (Economics, PhD (F18) Wait listed via Website on 6 Feb 2018 I23 Mar 2018 Sorry, I was lazy and forget. I received the waitlist of UMN in 02/05
All School Economics, PhD (F19) Other via POST on 11 Apr 2019 O11 Apr 2019 To the poster below: Can you please upload a TL;DR? Your post was too long to read.
Status1 Key: A: American; U: International, with US degree; I: International, without US degree; O: Other; ?: Unknown.
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