kronotsky wrote:In many programs, you won't even have an adviser until well after you matriculate. Generally the advising system in the United States is flexible; I know people both at my undergrad school and at other top institutions who changed their adviser well into their second year. Of course, sometimes a specific adviser will let you know personally if they are interested in you. If you don't hear from anyone, or about anyone, after you've gotten in, but adviser availability is important to you, then you should e-mail everyone at that school who you're most interested in working with ASAP. They will almost certainly get back to you quickly, especially if you listed them on your application or mentioned them in your SoP - or, better yet, contacted them during the admissions process!
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