- This has become our largest and most active forum because the physics GRE is just one aspect of getting accepted into a graduate physics program.
- There are applications, personal statements, letters of recommendation, visiting schools, anxiety of waiting for acceptances, deciding between schools, finding out where others are going, etc.
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specific??....who would be talking about iminent annihilation of humanity by some deadly contagious disease in physics gre forum...you would be talking about that in epidemiology forum......ofcourse I am talking about not hearing from anyone at all about graduate admission...nonick wrote:can you be more specific, please?
This hopefully will cheer up other people although for me it's an almost complete and total disaster. I got rejected from U Oregon today. I called UC Davis and am wait listed there in HEP with a rating too low for admittance, and was not admitted for the first wave of 1. UCSC, 2. UCI, or 3. JHU. I did not ask Hawaii for financial aid as I figured if everyone except U. Hawaii - hopefully a real safety for me - should not accept me I should try and create a real real safety for myself. I now have U Mass - for which I believe the first wave has now gone out though I'm not quite sure, and Purdue, which for me is a real reach to hear from, and with my luck I'll be rejected from Hawaii. As I love physics I will most likely just get a 2nd masters from a decent school this time, and by the time I'm 35 I'll have a PhD. Hey I'm already bald - there are far worse scenarios. Have a great weekend