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The University Of TorontoCivil Engineering (Structural), Masters (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 27 May 2017 27 May 2017
  • Applied for MEng and recieved MEng. Domestic Applicant.
Degroote School Of Business, McMaster UniversityFinance, PhD (F17)Accepted via E-mail on 23 May 2017 27 May 2017
Georgia TechBiological Science, Masters (F17)Rejected via Website on 27 May 2017 Undergrad GPA: 3.40
GRE General (V/Q/W): 145/168/3.00
GRE Subject: n/a
U27 May 2017
  • Professor contacted me on Dec 2016, said she will admit me to this program (yes and it is only master). It took GT 6 months to review the profile and finally reject me. I sent about 5-8 long e-mails to both program and department. Nothing heard back. It is a shame that how GT inefficient and unprofessional handing the applicants. If reject me, then tell me. More ironically, I got offer from McGill in the end, which is much better than GT for my major. (Medical orientation). I still can not believe even they accept a student late in May, who hell will go there......
KaustBiosciences, Masters (F17)Accepted via Website on 27 May 2017 U27 May 2017
  • Please feel free to ask as many questions as you want. don't be shy! so I received an Email saying that time slots were available. when I checked I think it was the only option to choose :P. one thing I want to you to keep in mind that that same day of the week I had my academic interview was the same day I've been invited for the last interview. in other words, if your academic interview was on a Monday then I think you'll have your second and third interview on other Mondays (not sure though) so maybe this will help you fix your schedule. I didn't ask for a change in time slots but I think if you contacted anyone then they should help you out but in my opinion, the sooner you take that interview the better (don't ask why, it's just me.). about the interview, to me it was a mix of both. I think I would've been very prepared if I have went over my CV and the Personal statement I submitted and to keep up with the advances in my field (I'd use them to change topics:P). they asked about my university and what I thought about it. they asked about what I liked to do in my free time and things like that really. I think they have made their decision before even seeing me but I could be wrong. anyway, I would say that they will change your interview date if you provided the right reasons. I think this answers your questions. I wish you the best of luck. ramadan mobark! I'll be more than happy to answer other questions. don't be shy!

Status1 Key: A: American; U: International, with US degree; I: International, without US degree; O: Other; ?: Unknown.


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