people received an offer and I didn't. Does that mean i'm re

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HwaS
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people received an offer and I didn't. Does that mean i'm re

Postby HwaS » Tue Jan 20, 2015 7:07 pm

people received an offer and I didn't. Does that mean i'm rejected?
Stony Brook have sent offers to people since jan.18 according to thegradcafe.com. I also applied there and didn't get the notice.
Should I regard this fact as me being rejected? It was my reach school.
I don't know how they make decisions but considering deadline was jan 15. it's very quick.

flobadobadie
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Re: people received an offer and I didn't. Does that mean i'm re

Postby flobadobadie » Tue Jan 20, 2015 7:47 pm

Hard to say. Best bet is to look at what stony brook has done in the past, on gradcafe. It looks to be one that sends out acceptances over a longer period. No need to s**t yourself yet.

Strange_Beauty
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Re: people received an offer and I didn't. Does that mean i'm re

Postby Strange_Beauty » Wed Jan 21, 2015 10:04 pm

I got an acceptance early this week too, after only a few day of applying. My scores are not exceptional but I probably have strong LORs.




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