PathIntegrals92 wrote:I have looked through to find schools about reapplying, but I mainly encounter those for students who want to transfer and who have dropped out etc.
If I am reapplying to a school I have been rejected from, should I mention that in my statement of purpose?
I think this specific school does have my old records because when I asked a question about official gre score report deadline, I got a reply saying they already have my scores. So , I guess they somehow looked me up or something?
I told them I re-took my exams. SO I am sending new scores, new SOP etc.
the biggest difference is that I am not longer applying for hep-th. I don't even mention hep-th ( or hep in general) in my application... except my research experiences are in hep-th.
Has anyone reapplied to a school after getting rejected? Are the chances going to be low still?
TakeruK wrote:Unless something major changed (not applying to hep-th would not really count as a major change, in my opinion), it's unlikely that you will get a different result this time around.
rplestid wrote:Not putting hep-th in your letter is a huge difference. New GRE scores could be a huge difference. Yearly fluctuations in the quality and quantity of applicants can make a huge difference. If you fall in the acceptance range you have just as good a shot as anyone else.
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