Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

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h5n1boy
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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby h5n1boy » Wed Mar 07, 2018 2:46 am

under_my_wng_yngGxy wrote:
h5n1boy wrote: Look like they have a serious delay. Do you happen to know when they will send the first round of acceptance letters ?



My guess would be that, despite what gradcafe would suggest, they already sent out first round offers. For instance, I know that UC Santa Cruz has already sent out first round offers, but I don't remember seeing any pure math acceptances show of gradcafe. You might want to email them; that's what I did with UCSC.

Well, I check on this forum, 2018 applicant profiles, there are some people got the acceptances from UC Santa Cruz. but no one report them to gradcafe.

Moreover, there is none acceptance reports of UCR on gradcafe and this forum. I also sent them an email and the Grad advisor of math department told me that my application is still under review. I asked him when they will send the first round of acceptances, he said he has no idea.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby Peregrine » Wed Mar 07, 2018 11:10 am

comeback wrote:Does anyone know what is going on with CMU or Chapel Hill? I haven't heard anything since I applied.

I haven't heard anything from Chapel Hill either. If I remember correctly, there were a couple of acceptances creeping in on thegradcafe, but nothing new in a while. Maybe they're formulating a waitlist?

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby under_my_wng_yngGxy » Wed Mar 07, 2018 1:54 pm

junglemath wrote:What was the response of UCSC to your poke?


The usual: there will be a second round of offers in April.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby under_my_wng_yngGxy » Wed Mar 07, 2018 1:57 pm

h5n1boy wrote:Moreover, there is none acceptance reports of UCR on gradcafe and this forum. I also sent them an email and the Grad advisor of math department told me that my application is still under review. I asked him when they will send the first round of acceptances, he said he has no idea.


Interesting. Hopefully this means we will hear something before April...

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby Junaid456 » Wed Mar 07, 2018 4:45 pm

If you have been admitted to Arizona State with funding and don't wish to attend, please, please decline your offer ASAP. I'm on the wait list to receive funding.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby FreddieBiddleBooty » Wed Mar 07, 2018 5:55 pm

Ohio State will announce their waitlist soon. I am #65 apparently :(

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby under_my_wng_yngGxy » Wed Mar 07, 2018 6:11 pm

FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:Ohio State will announce their waitlist soon. I am #65 apparently :(


I for one don't understand why more schools don't want masters students... :roll:

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby FreddieBiddleBooty » Wed Mar 07, 2018 6:13 pm

under_my_wng_yngGxy wrote:
FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:Ohio State will announce their waitlist soon. I am #65 apparently :(


I for one don't understand why more schools don't want masters students... :roll:


Ha. I'm not sure... Perhaps because PhD students' research is usually original and contributes something. Not that masters students' work doesn't either.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby 6sand7s » Wed Mar 07, 2018 6:49 pm

comeback wrote:Does anyone know what is going on with CMU or Chapel Hill? I haven't heard anything since I applied.


They sent out a first round of offers and were planning to send more. I don't know whether they have sent more offers yet, but I haven't seen any reported.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby 6sand7s » Wed Mar 07, 2018 6:50 pm

Does anyone know what's going on with University of Washington? I've seen some rejects and waitlists but I don't think I've seen any acceptances. I haven't heard anything myself.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby Musicbears » Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:18 pm

6sand7s wrote:Does anyone know what's going on with University of Washington? I've seen some rejects and waitlists but I don't think I've seen any acceptances. I haven't heard anything myself.


My friend got accepted and denied her offer.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby Rise » Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:21 pm

I was one of those waitlisted at UDubs. They have already sent out their first round of offers. Professor Lee informed me that I was at the top of the waitlist and he’s waiting on how people respond to their offers at the moment.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby ArtinWedderburn » Wed Mar 07, 2018 7:58 pm

6sand7s wrote:Does anyone know what's going on with University of Washington? I've seen some rejects and waitlists but I don't think I've seen any acceptances. I haven't heard anything myself.


Last Thursday UW’s graduate director emailed me and told me that I am on their shortlist of candidates whom they are expecting to make an offer, and asked me if I am still interested. I did not receive any email from them even since.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby q8099086 » Wed Mar 07, 2018 8:55 pm

under_my_wng_yngGxy wrote:
FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:Ohio State will announce their waitlist soon. I am #65 apparently :(


I for one don't understand why more schools don't want masters students... :roll:


Atually as far as I know, most master students in the US will receive worse phd results. So it is really frustrating when you paid for two years’ study then even cannot enter your master’s school. I will suggest master program in Canada or France.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby nothing » Wed Mar 07, 2018 8:59 pm

q8099086 wrote:
under_my_wng_yngGxy wrote:
FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:Ohio State will announce their waitlist soon. I am #65 apparently :(


I for one don't understand why more schools don't want masters students... :roll:


Atually as far as I know, most master students in the US will receive worse phd results. So it is really frustrating when you paid for two years’ study then even cannot enter your master’s school. I will suggest master program in Canada or France.


I am a master student. I think it really depends on the personal connections of the Profs at the school you got your master degree ( and also how much they like you ).

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby FreddieBiddleBooty » Wed Mar 07, 2018 10:55 pm

q8099086 wrote:
under_my_wng_yngGxy wrote:
FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:Ohio State will announce their waitlist soon. I am #65 apparently :(


I for one don't understand why more schools don't want masters students... :roll:


Atually as far as I know, most master students in the US will receive worse phd results. So it is really frustrating when you paid for two years’ study then even cannot enter your master’s school. I will suggest master program in Canada or France.


I am not sure what you mean by results. But I can tell you that it prepared me even more for PhD programs. And it gives the opportunity of making stronger connections with professors (and other PhD students), and becoming more mathematically mature. But this is just my experience.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby q8099086 » Thu Mar 08, 2018 12:10 am

nothing wrote:
I am a master student. I think it really depends on the personal connections of the Profs at the school you got your master degree ( and also how much they like you ).


I agree with you, it is important to have connections with professors. But usually there are some restrictions for transferring, so if you cannot made that, that will be terrible.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby q8099086 » Thu Mar 08, 2018 12:14 am

FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:
I am not sure what you mean by results. But I can tell you that it prepared me even more for PhD programs. And it gives the opportunity of making stronger connections with professors (and other PhD students), and becoming more mathematically mature. But this is just my experience.


I agree with your point. I am a master student too, and I have really learned a lot from professors, especially in the reading course and the chatting. I am just disappointed about the applying results.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby Musicbears » Thu Mar 08, 2018 12:39 am

q8099086 wrote:
FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:
I am not sure what you mean by results. But I can tell you that it prepared me even more for PhD programs. And it gives the opportunity of making stronger connections with professors (and other PhD students), and becoming more mathematically mature. But this is just my experience.


I agree with your point. I am a master student too, and I have really learned a lot from professors, especially in the reading course and the chatting. I am just disappointed about the applying results.


Just wondering, did you guys apply for phd and then decided to do a masters first?

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby FreddieBiddleBooty » Thu Mar 08, 2018 1:31 am

Musicbears wrote:
q8099086 wrote:
FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:
I am not sure what you mean by results. But I can tell you that it prepared me even more for PhD programs. And it gives the opportunity of making stronger connections with professors (and other PhD students), and becoming more mathematically mature. But this is just my experience.


I agree with your point. I am a master student too, and I have really learned a lot from professors, especially in the reading course and the chatting. I am just disappointed about the applying results.


Just wondering, did you guys apply for phd and then decided to do a masters first?


This is what I did, yes. Didn't have the best UG GPA when I applied first time around and ended up masters. But don't regret it.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby FreddieBiddleBooty » Thu Mar 08, 2018 1:33 am

q8099086 wrote:
FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:
I am not sure what you mean by results. But I can tell you that it prepared me even more for PhD programs. And it gives the opportunity of making stronger connections with professors (and other PhD students), and becoming more mathematically mature. But this is just my experience.


I agree with your point. I am a master student too, and I have really learned a lot from professors, especially in the reading course and the chatting. I am just disappointed about the applying results.


I see what you're saying. I agree too... unfortunately it seems that not many schools are big on masters programs in mathematics, at least in the US :(

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby nothing » Thu Mar 08, 2018 1:39 am

In my case, I had a solid background as an undergrad but my toefl score was too low, so I didn't get into anywhere. I ended up being a master. I got into some decent places when I reapplied this year.
I think it also depends on your interest. For examples, they generally expected stronger background from people with interests in Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby FreddieBiddleBooty » Thu Mar 08, 2018 1:42 am

nothing wrote:In my case, I had a solid background as an undergrad but my toefl score was too low, so I didn't get into anywhere. I ended up being a master. I got into some decent places when I reapplied this year.
I think it also depends on your interest. For examples, they generally expected stronger background from people with interests in Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry.


I did not think about that, but you are probably right! I applied for number theory/arithmetic geometry, which is notoriously difficult - yet, on record, I have only had 4 core grad courses and 2 topics courses. Maybe this has a lot to do with the bulk of my rejections!

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby Musicbears » Thu Mar 08, 2018 2:45 am

FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:
nothing wrote:In my case, I had a solid background as an undergrad but my toefl score was too low, so I didn't get into anywhere. I ended up being a master. I got into some decent places when I reapplied this year.
I think it also depends on your interest. For examples, they generally expected stronger background from people with interests in Number Theory and Algebraic Geometry.


I did not think about that, but you are probably right! I applied for number theory/arithmetic geometry, which is notoriously difficult - yet, on record, I have only had 4 core grad courses and 2 topics courses. Maybe this has a lot to do with the bulk of my rejections!


I didn't know that it was normal to apply to a specific area for your phd. I had the most generic application. I barely mentioned what I wanted to study and just focused on what I have studied. Based on my experience, I don't think what you want to study matters all that much, as long as you show potential to do research based on your recs, mgres, and grades in grad courses. Though it seems recs are the most important. Apparently it's quite normal for grad students to change their mind on their interest after more exposure to different fields.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby nothing » Thu Mar 08, 2018 2:53 am

I think it depends on the schools. I know some Profs at some places and they did tell me the committees consider your background given your research interests.
Also, it could be very dangerous if you mention some Profs you want to work with. At some places, your file will be forwarded to the Prof that you mentioned in your SOP. If he/she isn't interested in you then it's very likely that you get rejected ( unless your letters are super wrong )

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby badatmath » Thu Mar 08, 2018 3:15 pm

To those that applied to UC Riverside, how long did it take for your GRE scores to reflect onto your application as received? I sent mine in over a week ago, but it still shows it wasn't received.

And also I'm assuming no one has heard back on a decision yet? :cry:

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby FreddieBiddleBooty » Thu Mar 08, 2018 5:02 pm

nothing wrote:I think it depends on the schools. I know some Profs at some places and they did tell me the committees consider your background given your research interests.
Also, it could be very dangerous if you mention some Profs you want to work with. At some places, your file will be forwarded to the Prof that you mentioned in your SOP. If he/she isn't interested in you then it's very likely that you get rejected ( unless your letters are super wrong )


Yeah I was told this too. However, I am pretty set on researching a specific field and thus mentioned professors I wanted to work with. If they don't want to work with me then that's fine because I wouldn't want to work with anyone else!

All in all, it could be better to have no specific interest to begin with.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby under_my_wng_yngGxy » Thu Mar 08, 2018 5:57 pm

badatmath wrote:To those that applied to UC Riverside, how long did it take for your GRE scores to reflect onto your application as received? I sent mine in over a week ago, but it still shows it wasn't received.

And also I'm assuming no one has heard back on a decision yet? :cry:


It took quite awhile (over 2 weeks), so I wouldn't worry about it not showing up. If you sent it over a week ago then they more than likely have it by now.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby wubbalubba » Thu Mar 08, 2018 10:37 pm

Just got an email from Ohio notifying me that I am on the waitlist. I am placed above top 10. Hope this will turn out well... :?

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby FreddieBiddleBooty » Thu Mar 08, 2018 10:45 pm

wubbalubba wrote:Just got an email from Ohio notifying me that I am on the waitlist. I am placed above top 10. Hope this will turn out well... :?


Same! Although I am near last :( Not the very last though! Good luck.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby wubbalubba » Thu Mar 08, 2018 10:53 pm

FreddieBiddleBooty wrote:
wubbalubba wrote:Just got an email from Ohio notifying me that I am on the waitlist. I am placed above top 10. Hope this will turn out well... :?


Same! Although I am near last :( Not the very last though! Good luck.


Thanks! Good luck to you as well.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby h5n1boy » Thu Mar 08, 2018 11:10 pm

badatmath wrote:To those that applied to UC Riverside, how long did it take for your GRE scores to reflect onto your application as received? I sent mine in over a week ago, but it still shows it wasn't received.

And also I'm assuming no one has heard back on a decision yet? :cry:


It took me a week, but they said after ten days and it still doesn't show online, you can always call them. ( My friend called UCR because they didn't update his profile on the portal. They requested him to send the pdf file via email )

I believe they are still working on reviewing the applications.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby kkatekk » Fri Mar 09, 2018 1:42 am

Hi All,

I am wondering if anyone here back from Davis applied math? I have not heard anything from them yet. I am so worried.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby h5n1boy » Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:57 am

kkatekk wrote:Hi All,

I am wondering if anyone here back from Davis applied math? I have not heard anything from them yet. I am so worried.

My friend got a email last week asked for an interview this week. ( Pure math )

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby iamgoudan » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:44 pm

I just wonder what the circumstance is when a grad coordinator never reply your inquiries by email ? :?
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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby mathematics » Fri Mar 09, 2018 6:49 pm

Public service announcement / request that you should decline programs you won't attend as soon as possible. I have followed my own prescription 8)

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby goobie » Fri Mar 09, 2018 9:26 pm

Anybody heard anything from CUNY?

I'm guessing they've sent out offers by now (which doesn't bode well for me), but I haven't seen anything on here or gradcafe.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby home1915 » Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:12 pm

goobie wrote:Anybody heard anything from CUNY?

I'm guessing they've sent out offers by now (which doesn't bode well for me), but I haven't seen anything on here or gradcafe.

How do you know? I still haven't hear back.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby Rise » Fri Mar 09, 2018 10:14 pm

goobie wrote:Anybody heard anything from CUNY?

I'm guessing they've sent out offers by now (which doesn't bode well for me), but I haven't seen anything on here or gradcafe.


I don't see anything on Gradcafe either, but it looks like people were emailing them to ask around this time last year and in 2016.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby samsck » Sat Mar 10, 2018 7:37 am

Did anyone hear back from Iowa pure math and UBC PhD ?
I know UBC has already made Masters offers but no clue about PhD.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby thecaffeinemachine » Sat Mar 10, 2018 8:56 am

Reminder : People who have decided to not go to the universities they attended for open houses, please withdraw your applications...

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby csjnum » Sat Mar 10, 2018 1:09 pm

Has anyone else received invitation to open house at Brandeis?
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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby SimplePepe » Sat Mar 10, 2018 6:21 pm

kkatekk wrote:Hi All,

I am wondering if anyone here back from Davis applied math? I have not heard anything from them yet. I am so worried.


First round of acceptances were made on late Jan. My guess is that you could be waitlisted for second round.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby qin2718 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 12:49 am

I emailed Boston college and was informed waitlisted.
please decline if you do not plan to go there

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby Tianma799 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 8:52 am

h5n1boy wrote:
kkatekk wrote:Hi All,

I am wondering if anyone here back from Davis applied math? I have not heard anything from them yet. I am so worried.

My friend got a email last week asked for an interview this week. ( Pure math )


Did not get such an email :( guess I am going to be rejected.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby wubbalubba » Sun Mar 11, 2018 1:52 pm

Does anyone get accepted to Buffalo? (Nothing on gradcafe)
It is so weird they remain silent while they first said the result will be out early Feb...

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby indianatopology » Sun Mar 11, 2018 2:08 pm

qin2718 wrote:I emailed Boston college and was informed waitlisted.
please decline if you do not plan to go there


Who did you email to ask about your application status?

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby Junaid456 » Sun Mar 11, 2018 11:26 pm

Has anyone heard back from Waterloo (MS Pure Math)?

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby kieroda » Sun Mar 11, 2018 11:36 pm

Junaid456 wrote:Has anyone heard back from Waterloo (MS Pure Math)?


David Jao posted on reddit that international admissions for Waterloo should be out in a week or so.

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Re: Fall 2018 Sweat Thread

Postby Junaid456 » Mon Mar 12, 2018 7:30 am

kieroda wrote:
Junaid456 wrote:Has anyone heard back from Waterloo (MS Pure Math)?


David Jao posted on reddit that international admissions for Waterloo should be out in a week or so.


I asked him the same question of reddit a month or so ago, and he told me that the different faculties (applied math, actuarial sciences etc.) make decisions at independently. I'm assuming he means that international students from all the faculties will get a response in mid March. I also emailed the pure math program coordinator and she told me that:

Currently our Admissions committee has reviewed your application and has put your application on Hold. I am sorry that I cannot confirm a final decision from them at this time. Hopefully we will have an answer for you within the next few weeks.


I'm not sure what to make of it now, assuming that no international student has received an acceptance from any of the faculties in the math dept. In any case, from what I know, the pure math program accepts only 8-10 students every year, so I don't expect to get in. Fingers crossed, though.




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