Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

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IIes
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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby IIes » Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:12 pm

jholmer20 wrote:I sent out 28 unofficial email offers for Brown Math PhD Fall 2013 last night (Feb. 11) . An additional 15 are still in consideration, a few of which may be admitted in one or two weeks. The remainder of applications (296 minus 43) will be rejected but I have not contacted them yet. However, I have replied to anyone who sent me an email asking about the status of their application.

Justin Holmer



Wow, many thanks Prof. Justin Holmer. I wish other universities follow suit here. Good luck Brownies on shortlist!
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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby meredith » Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:16 pm

Aaaaaaahhhhhh. There's a WashU acceptance on gradcafe. Neuroses, commence!

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:07 pm

marco wrote:@virgo: well I think there is still some hope left. I think NYU tends to make some offers without funding so if you have financial support from elsewhere this could be an option. Good luck with Cornell did you apply to applied math or pure?

I applied for pure. Good luck to you too!

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby MathKS » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:17 pm

There is an acceptance from Washington University at St Lois on thegradecafe.com. I think that this means that I am not accepted there. Congrats for those who have been offered an admission to WUSTL.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:17 pm

marco wrote:@virgo: well I think there is still some hope left. I think NYU tends to make some offers without funding so if you have financial support from elsewhere this could be an option. Good luck with Cornell did you apply to applied math or pure?

Yeah, I'm aware the NYU tends to accept people into their Masters program w/o funding. Unfortunately this program is 50k per year and I do not have that kind of money. I have some offers though already. They're not from my dream schools (Brown, NYU, UChicago), but those were long shots anyway.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:19 pm

Just got an email from the graduate director that I've been declined from Brown. I seem to be getting one acceptance for each rejection so hopefully this pattern continues.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby TheYoungin » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:21 pm

virgo wrote:Just got an email from the graduate director that I've been declined from Brown. I seem to be getting one acceptance for each rejection so hopefully this pattern continues.


Same thing is happening to me, haha.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby rmg512 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:24 pm

Finally got financial details for OSU! Yay! It might have been from emailing Roman Nitze, so if you haven't heard yet but you know you got in, shoot him an email.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:25 pm

Now I want to email more people and find out my status. However, I don't want to be annoying. I really like that Wisconsin sent out rejections before acceptances. I wish more grad schools did this.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:31 pm

TheYoungin wrote:
virgo wrote:Just got an email from the graduate director that I've been declined from Brown. I seem to be getting one acceptance for each rejection so hopefully this pattern continues.


Same thing is happening to me, haha.

Actually I got waitlisted at UT Austin so that kind of messed things up. So far for me it has been R (UCLA), A (Rutgers), W-listed (UT Austin), R (U Chicago), A (Wisconsin), R (Brown). I have also been getting an acceptance every 6 days so hopefully I get one from somewhere on Thursday.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby IIes » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:38 pm

TheYoungin wrote:
virgo wrote:Just got an email from the graduate director that I've been declined from Brown. I seem to be getting one acceptance for each rejection so hopefully this pattern continues.


Same thing is happening to me, haha.


No acceptance till now. If that pattern is universal, gonna wait for a first acceptance since I got my 1st rejection(Brown) today. Feeling...

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:44 pm

I hope more professors don't view this site. I think most of us are emotional basket cases at this point and use this forum to vent. I would not want an admissions director to recognize me on here.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby math_applicant » Tue Feb 12, 2013 4:47 pm

rmg512 wrote:Finally got financial details for OSU! Yay! It might have been from emailing Roman Nitze, so if you haven't heard yet but you know you got in, shoot him an email.


same here :D congrats! did ur letter mention anything about the open house ? , do u know if international students are invited to such events ?

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby math_applicant » Tue Feb 12, 2013 5:12 pm

virgo wrote:I hope more professors don't view this site. I think most of us are emotional basket cases at this point and use this forum to vent. I would not want an admissions director to recognize me on here.


I agree. Though it would be nice to get the complete picture like Prof Holmer did, it will ease the wait and will save them lots of emails.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby rmg512 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 5:53 pm

Yes, I did get information about the open house for OSU. It's March 29th and 30th. Congrats, math_applicant!

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby IIes » Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:15 pm

math_applicant wrote:
virgo wrote:I hope more professors don't view this site. I think most of us are emotional basket cases at this point and use this forum to vent. I would not want an admissions director to recognize me on here.


I agree. Though it would be nice to get the complete picture like Prof Holmer did, it will ease the wait and will save them lots of emails.


I wouldn't think professors(directors) visit this site, why would they? In the case of Prof. Holmer, I would guess he was directed to this site by some information seeker who might have mentioned to him in an email that Brown's admission was being intesley discussed here. So, let's fire up the emotional exchanges in hopes that other Universities do the same? :wink:

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby ParsleyX » Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:20 pm

From Northwestern this afternoon:
We have made the first round of admissions to our PhD program with financial aid awards, but thus far we have not declined any applications. We are continuing to evaluate applications for
a few possible admissions later. Also, for some applicants who are not admitted to our PhD program, we will suggest the possibility of being considered for our MS program.


Looks like I got waitlisted.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:27 pm

UT Austin statuses are up. Mine says in review.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby math_applicant » Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:31 pm

ParsleyX wrote:From Northwestern this afternoon:
We have made the first round of admissions to our PhD program with financial aid awards, but thus far we have not declined any applications. We are continuing to evaluate applications for
a few possible admissions later. Also, for some applicants who are not admitted to our PhD program, we will suggest the possibility of being considered for our MS program.


Looks like I got waitlisted.


This is just not true. My application, and many others, have been declined. did you apply for the pure math program ?

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby marco » Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:36 pm

virgo wrote:UT Austin statuses are up. Mine says in review.


Do you mean that if one is rejected it would now be reflected on the status?
My status has been in review for about two weeks now.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby ParsleyX » Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:39 pm

math_applicant wrote:
ParsleyX wrote:From Northwestern this afternoon:
We have made the first round of admissions to our PhD program with financial aid awards, but thus far we have not declined any applications. We are continuing to evaluate applications for
a few possible admissions later. Also, for some applicants who are not admitted to our PhD program, we will suggest the possibility of being considered for our MS program.


Looks like I got waitlisted.


This is just not true. My application, and many others, have been declined. did you apply for the pure math program ?


I applied for Applied Math via ESAM. An important distinction, I gather.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby TheYoungin » Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:40 pm

Anyone hear back from Caltech ACM? It's been almost two months since the application deadline...

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby jdesilva » Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:50 pm

Stanford rejections just went out! I'm hopeful for any of you who hasn't received it yet :).

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby dexter » Tue Feb 12, 2013 6:55 pm

Well thanks to thegradcafe, this wasn't unexpected. Moving on...

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby MathKS » Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:00 pm

Anyone hear back from Florida State University?

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 7:28 pm

virgo wrote:
TheYoungin wrote:
virgo wrote:Just got an email from the graduate director that I've been declined from Brown. I seem to be getting one acceptance for each rejection so hopefully this pattern continues.


Same thing is happening to me, haha.

Actually I got waitlisted at UT Austin so that kind of messed things up. So far for me it has been R (UCLA), A (Rutgers), W-listed (UT Austin), R (U Chicago), A (Wisconsin), R (Brown). I have also been getting an acceptance every 6 days so hopefully I get one from somewhere on Thursday.

Well Stanford ruined everything. I only applied there because my family made me :(.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby jdesilva » Tue Feb 12, 2013 8:05 pm

laughed @virgo, same here. my dad assumes that a school's football performance is directly proportional to the quality of their math department T_T. also, have you gotten your financial offer from wisconsin? is it as terribly horrible as i have heard it is? apparently the students qualify for food stamps because of how little their stipend is.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 8:20 pm

jdesilva wrote:laughed @virgo, same here. my dad assumes that a school's football performance is directly proportional to the quality of their math department T_T. also, have you gotten your financial offer from wisconsin? is it as terribly horrible as i have heard it is? apparently the students qualify for food stamps because of how little their stipend is.

Lol, my mom told me to apply to Princeton (I didn't) because John Nash is there and maybe he'd like my application :lol: . I have not received the details from Wisconsin but that sounds horrible. They did say that they would give me extra money for the first year because my application was "particularly strong". I'm actually leaning towards Rutgers at this point. Their offer is good and the teaching load in general seems low there. Plus, there's a professor I really want to work with.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby coral » Tue Feb 12, 2013 8:23 pm

TheYoungin wrote:Anyone hear back from Caltech ACM? It's been almost two months since the application deadline...



I seem to recall seeing on grad cafe that someone was interviewed and invited to visit, so it seems that they've already sent out whatever their equivalent of the "first wave" is. I'm not really sure how many people they are making offers to, but I personally didn't receive an invitation to visit so I'm not really holding out hope.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby is2718 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 9:22 pm

virgo wrote:I hope more professors don't view this site. I think most of us are emotional basket cases at this point and use this forum to vent. I would not want an admissions director to recognize me on here.


To be fair, some of the questions people ask on this site make them come off as particularly desperate. For example, somebody gets accepted to CMU, and people start asking "how did they contact you? Did they call your personal home phone, or did they ring your doorbell and greet you personally with a box of chocolates and an acceptance letter? Do I need to stay home all day in case they come to my door? Will I get an email if they came to my door but I wasn't there, or will they just move on to the next applicant? If I'm allergic to nuts, can I ask them to bring nut-free chocolate, just in case I get accepted? OMG I think somebody rang my doorbell this morning, do you think it was the graduate director!? Actually, I broke open a fortune cookie last night and the lucky numbers almost matched up with my application number. Is that a good sign? Should I post that on gradcafe?"

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 9:31 pm

is2718 wrote:
virgo wrote:I hope more professors don't view this site. I think most of us are emotional basket cases at this point and use this forum to vent. I would not want an admissions director to recognize me on here.


To be fair, some of the questions people ask on this site make them come off as particularly desperate. For example, somebody gets accepted to CMU, and people start asking "how did they contact you? Did they call your personal home phone, or did they ring your doorbell and greet you personally with a box of chocolates and an acceptance letter? Do I need to stay home all day in case they come to my door? Will I get an email if they came to my door but I wasn't there, or will they just move on to the next applicant? If I'm allergic to nuts, can I ask them to bring nut-free chocolate, just in case I get accepted? OMG I think somebody rang my doorbell this morning, do you think it was the graduate director!? Actually, I broke open a fortune cookie last night and the lucky numbers almost matched up with my application number. Is that a good sign? Should I post that on gradcafe?"

LOL!!! :lol: Honestly, we're super math nerds so it shouldn't come as a surprise that a lot of us have OCD and anxiety issues.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby apollo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 9:55 pm

I don't mind professors updating us here one bit! If people are concerned about profs identifying them here they shouldn't post their stats here until everything is sent out :) After all, they have access to the site whether they post or not. By posting here profs give us actual concrete information rather than the speculations of fellow applicants.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby mindreader » Tue Feb 12, 2013 9:56 pm

Has anyone contacted Cornell CAM about the status of their application? (and did not get admitted?)

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby rmg512 » Tue Feb 12, 2013 10:19 pm

is2718 wrote:
virgo wrote:I hope more professors don't view this site. I think most of us are emotional basket cases at this point and use this forum to vent. I would not want an admissions director to recognize me on here.


To be fair, some of the questions people ask on this site make them come off as particularly desperate. For example, somebody gets accepted to CMU, and people start asking "how did they contact you? Did they call your personal home phone, or did they ring your doorbell and greet you personally with a box of chocolates and an acceptance letter? Do I need to stay home all day in case they come to my door? Will I get an email if they came to my door but I wasn't there, or will they just move on to the next applicant? If I'm allergic to nuts, can I ask them to bring nut-free chocolate, just in case I get accepted? OMG I think somebody rang my doorbell this morning, do you think it was the graduate director!? Actually, I broke open a fortune cookie last night and the lucky numbers almost matched up with my application number. Is that a good sign? Should I post that on gradcafe?"


This post made my day. :lol:

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:14 pm

Ooh Minnesota is starting to give out offers :shock: .

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby virgo » Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:29 pm

apollo wrote:I don't mind professors updating us here one bit! If people are concerned about profs identifying them here they shouldn't post their stats here until everything is sent out :) After all, they have access to the site whether they post or not. By posting here profs give us actual concrete information rather than the speculations of fellow applicants.

I did not post a profile partly for that reason, but it's nice to reveal some info about yourself for feedback.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby mindreader » Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:32 pm

Eowyn wrote:Thanks math_applicant, enomomo :D


i think your profile's really strong. i have a gut feel that you'll get admitted by MIT :) good luck to you!

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby cooltrainer » Tue Feb 12, 2013 11:34 pm

Anyone here applied to:
Rice University, Applied Mathematics, FA13
University of Notre Dame, Applied Mathematics, FA13
Stony Brook University, Applied Mathematics, FA13
University of California, Irvine, Applied Mathematics, FA13 ?

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby dactylonomist » Wed Feb 13, 2013 12:38 am

Not to offend jholmer20, but can anybody corroborate that this is indeed Professor Holmer?

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby marco » Wed Feb 13, 2013 12:54 am

Rejected by Stanford. It was totally expected. Still sucks though!
Totally moving on! Has Minnesota sent out some admits?

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby is2718 » Wed Feb 13, 2013 1:11 am

Alright guys and girls, I think I realize why everyone here is so stressed out. It's because of our use of the word "Rejected". That word conjures up images of people falling down trapdoors to the sad, slow swing of a trombone, or getting rudely turned down when asking someone out. It's quite clear that a word such as "rejection" is going to cause bad feelings and depression. That's why I think it's in everyone's best interest to use more positive, inclusive language and expressions. For example, I would like it if grad schools got back to us like this:

1. We at [Insert Dream School Here] found your statement of purpose very funny and cute. Have you considered a career in comedy writing?

2. Considering your scores and GPA, we did not feel it necessary to review your application. Instead, we have included you as a donor to the math dept. for the generous $100 fee you paid us earlier this year. We will all enjoy our new coffee machine very much.

3. While we did not quite feel that you were a fitting candidate for our PhD program, we have recommended you to the school for a B.A. in mathematics.

4. It's not you. It's us.

5. Let's be friends.

6. One of the grad students accidentally ate your application, which was otherwise quite fine. We hope you understand.

7. Unfortunately, we accepted too many Sagittarius last year, and for the sake of balance could not consider your application.

8. Thanks for making our admissions decisions process that much easier. Best Regards, Prof. X.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby nchar » Wed Feb 13, 2013 1:25 am

Has anyone heard from Brown's applied math?

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby apollo » Wed Feb 13, 2013 1:34 am

is2718 wrote:Alright guys and girls, I think I realize why everyone here is so stressed out. It's because of our use of the word "Rejected". That word conjures up images of people falling down trapdoors to the sad, slow swing of a trombone, or getting rudely turned down when asking someone out. It's quite clear that a word such as "rejection" is going to cause bad feelings and depression. That's why I think it's in everyone's best interest to use more positive, inclusive language and expressions. For example, I would like it if grad schools got back to us like this:

1. We at [Insert Dream School Here] found your statement of purpose very funny and cute. Have you considered a career in comedy writing?

2. Considering your scores and GPA, we did not feel it necessary to review your application. Instead, we have included you as a donor to the math dept. for the generous $100 fee you paid us earlier this year. We will all enjoy our new coffee machine very much.

3. While we did not quite feel that you were a fitting candidate for our PhD program, we have recommended you to the school for a B.A. in mathematics.

4. It's not you. It's us.

5. Let's be friends.

6. One of the grad students accidentally ate your application, which was otherwise quite fine. We hope you understand.

7. Unfortunately, we accepted too many Sagittarius last year, and for the sake of balance could not consider your application.

8. Thanks for making our admissions decisions process that much easier. Best Regards, Prof. X.


LOL. People are just jokers today aren't they? :wink:

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby apollo » Wed Feb 13, 2013 5:12 am

Is anybody else still waiting for Stanford pure math?

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby IIes » Wed Feb 13, 2013 5:15 am

dactylonomist wrote:Not to offend jholmer20, but can anybody corroborate that this is indeed Professor Holmer?


Yes, indeed. I can bet on that. I emailed and, well, I got...

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby rashomon » Wed Feb 13, 2013 9:30 am

Has anyone(except those who were accepted) received some meaningful reply from columbia? Its totally depressing :evil:

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby Manyfolds » Wed Feb 13, 2013 10:52 am

Nope from Columbia (applied). A lot of the applied are still outstanding: Brown, Princeton, Columbia.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby mindreader » Wed Feb 13, 2013 11:00 am

Manyfolds wrote:Nope from Columbia (applied). A lot of the applied are still outstanding: Brown, Princeton, Columbia.


Hi Manyfolds, did you apply to Columbia APAM? If so, I'm just curious...may I know why?

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby marco » Wed Feb 13, 2013 11:01 am

Has Duke sent a wave of acceptances? I see that there are about 4 admissions but they seem to be unofficial.

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Re: Fall 2013 Application Sweat Thread

Postby Manyfolds » Wed Feb 13, 2013 11:21 am

I did apply to Columbia APAM. I thought that they had interesting research in PDE and stochastic PDE. From what I remember, they had around two or three research groups in these areas, and several faculty are studying this.




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