Harvard Waitlist


hobbit

Thanks very much @BrainySmurf for your views on this :)

Thanks very much @BrainySmurf for your views on this :)
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Hi I have been currently waitlisted by Harvard. I was just wondering whether there are any like me and how they assess the situation. I also have been told by a scholar at Harvard that they make an assessment per country not region.

Hi I have been currently waitlisted by Harvard. I was just wondering whether there are any like me and how they assess the situation. I also have been told by a scholar at Harvard that they make an assessment per country not region.
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jsd

Hi I have been currently waitlisted by Harvard. I was just wondering whether there are any like me and how they assess the situation. I also have been told by a scholar at Harvard that they make an assessment per country not region.


You're wasting your time. The odds are long and offers (if at all there are one or two) will certainly be within the same diversity niche. You have a better chance winning the National Lottery.

<blockquote>Hi I have been currently waitlisted by Harvard. I was just wondering whether there are any like me and how they assess the situation. I also have been told by a scholar at Harvard that they make an assessment per country not region. </blockquote>

You're wasting your time. The odds are long and offers (if at all there are one or two) will certainly be within the same diversity niche. You have a better chance winning the National Lottery.
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Yes I assumed that. That's why I am enrolling elsewhere.

Yes I assumed that. That's why I am enrolling elsewhere.
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sdas22

Thanks for your response..have read these reqs. however, wanted to understand if a candidate, submitting two LORs, might be disadvantaged compared to those submitting three!!


If you don't think that a third reference will add to the your application, you can stick with two. I personally submitted 2 LORs, and have been made an offer for this year. Good luck!

<blockquote>Thanks for your response..have read these reqs. however, wanted to understand if a candidate, submitting two LORs, might be disadvantaged compared to those submitting three!!</blockquote>

If you don't think that a third reference will add to the your application, you can stick with two. I personally submitted 2 LORs, and have been made an offer for this year. Good luck!
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Has anyone on the WL heard anything? I don't have much expectations, I know that all those admitted from my country accepted the offer. Needless to say, I would rise to heaven or sth if it turns from WL

Has anyone on the WL heard anything? I don't have much expectations, I know that all those admitted from my country accepted the offer. Needless to say, I would rise to heaven or sth if it turns from WL
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restsan

Hey, just got the mail from Catherine Peshkin.No spot available for me this year.

Hope the rest of you have better luck. :)

Hey, just got the mail from Catherine Peshkin.No spot available for me this year.

Hope the rest of you have better luck. :)

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yes, I received the same e-mail as well. It seems they did not touch the waitlist

yes, I received the same e-mail as well. It seems they did not touch the waitlist
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