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Hey Jacosi! Thanks for this. Were you able to find out what the calls are meant for ?


According to what they said to me, it seems that it is just an informal conversation in order to know the applicant and I guess also to prove your English level.


Thanks Jacosi, that's very helpful! Any idea how long these calls last or what they expect from you?


Around 15 minutes. It seems as a kind of formality before sending their decision.

[quote][quote][quote][quote]As some students who did the LL.M programs told me, the first calls are made from Stanford around mid-end of February.
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Hey Jacosi! Thanks for this. Were you able to find out what the calls are meant for ? [/quote]

According to what they said to me, it seems that it is just an informal conversation in order to know the applicant and I guess also to prove your English level.[/quote]

Thanks Jacosi, that's very helpful! Any idea how long these calls last or what they expect from you? [/quote]

Around 15 minutes. It seems as a kind of formality before sending their decision.
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yentl_582

Thanks! :) I've applied for the LST program and understand that it's usually really competitive - hoping for good news!

Thanks! :) I've applied for the LST program and understand that it's usually really competitive - hoping for good news!
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Inactive User

Thanks! :) I've applied for the LST program and understand that it's usually really competitive - hoping for good news!


Yes, all the programs at SLS seem to be very competitive. I heard that for the CGP program there are more than 500 applicants for just 25-30 places.

[quote]Thanks! :) I've applied for the LST program and understand that it's usually really competitive - hoping for good news![/quote]

Yes, all the programs at SLS seem to be very competitive. I heard that for the CGP program there are more than 500 applicants for just 25-30 places.
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edwina

As some students who did the LL.M programs told me, the first calls are made from Stanford around mid-end of February.


Hi Jacosi! Thanks for the info. Well i guess there s nothing we can do but wait now. are you guys applying to other school besides Stanford?

[quote]As some students who did the LL.M programs told me, the first calls are made from Stanford around mid-end of February.
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Hi Jacosi! Thanks for the info. Well i guess there s nothing we can do but wait now. are you guys applying to other school besides Stanford?
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As some students who did the LL.M programs told me, the first calls are made from Stanford around mid-end of February.


Hi Jacosi! Thanks for the info. Well i guess there s nothing we can do but wait now. are you guys applying to other school besides Stanford?


In my case, I am also applying to Columbia, Chicago, NYU, Oxford, Cambridge and LSE (already got an offer).

[quote][quote]As some students who did the LL.M programs told me, the first calls are made from Stanford around mid-end of February.
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Hi Jacosi! Thanks for the info. Well i guess there s nothing we can do but wait now. are you guys applying to other school besides Stanford? [/quote]

In my case, I am also applying to Columbia, Chicago, NYU, Oxford, Cambridge and LSE (already got an offer).
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I do not know if it is indicative of something or not, but the brother of one of my colleagues in my office already received a rejection from Stanford by e-mail (do not know when he applied, nor the program or the date of the rejection).

I do not know if it is indicative of something or not, but the brother of one of my colleagues in my office already received a rejection from Stanford by e-mail (do not know when he applied, nor the program or the date of the rejection).
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yentl_582

I do not know if it is indicative of something or not, but the brother of one of my colleagues in my office already receive a rejection from Stanford by e-mail (do not know when he applied, nor the program or the date of the rejection).


Surprising - guess they're rolling out rejections first?

[quote]I do not know if it is indicative of something or not, but the brother of one of my colleagues in my office already receive a rejection from Stanford by e-mail (do not know when he applied, nor the program or the date of the rejection).[/quote]

Surprising - guess they're rolling out rejections first?
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yentl_582

As some students who did the LL.M programs told me, the first calls are made from Stanford around mid-end of February.


Hi Jacosi! Thanks for the info. Well i guess there s nothing we can do but wait now. are you guys applying to other school besides Stanford?


In my case, I am also applying to Columbia, Chicago, NYU, Oxford, Cambridge and LSE (already got an offer).


I'm also applying to Harvard, NYU and Berkeley. What about you?

[quote][quote][quote]As some students who did the LL.M programs told me, the first calls are made from Stanford around mid-end of February.
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Hi Jacosi! Thanks for the info. Well i guess there s nothing we can do but wait now. are you guys applying to other school besides Stanford? [/quote]

In my case, I am also applying to Columbia, Chicago, NYU, Oxford, Cambridge and LSE (already got an offer).[/quote]

I'm also applying to Harvard, NYU and Berkeley. What about you?
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darthsid

I do not know if it is indicative of something or not, but the brother of one of my colleagues in my office already receive a rejection from Stanford by e-mail (do not know when he applied, nor the program or the date of the rejection).


Surprising - guess they're rolling out rejections first?


It could be a rejection for the JD program. I believe JD admissions are a rolling process. Nevertheless, good luck to everyone!

Also, as for me - I've applied to the LST LLM at Stanford. I've also applied to Harvard, UCB, Columbia, NYU, Chicago and Cornell Tech.

[quote][quote]I do not know if it is indicative of something or not, but the brother of one of my colleagues in my office already receive a rejection from Stanford by e-mail (do not know when he applied, nor the program or the date of the rejection).[/quote]

Surprising - guess they're rolling out rejections first?[/quote]

It could be a rejection for the JD program. I believe JD admissions are a rolling process. Nevertheless, good luck to everyone!

Also, as for me - I've applied to the LST LLM at Stanford. I've also applied to Harvard, UCB, Columbia, NYU, Chicago and Cornell Tech.
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Inactive User

I do not know if it is indicative of something or not, but the brother of one of my colleagues in my office already receive a rejection from Stanford by e-mail (do not know when he applied, nor the program or the date of the rejection).


Surprising - guess they're rolling out rejections first?


It could be a rejection for the JD program. I believe JD admissions are a rolling process. Nevertheless, good luck to everyone!

Also, as for me - I've applied to the LST LLM at Stanford. I've also applied to Harvard, UCB, Columbia, NYU, Chicago and Cornell Tech.


It actually was for a LL.M. program.

[quote][quote][quote]I do not know if it is indicative of something or not, but the brother of one of my colleagues in my office already receive a rejection from Stanford by e-mail (do not know when he applied, nor the program or the date of the rejection).[/quote]

Surprising - guess they're rolling out rejections first?[/quote]

It could be a rejection for the JD program. I believe JD admissions are a rolling process. Nevertheless, good luck to everyone!

Also, as for me - I've applied to the LST LLM at Stanford. I've also applied to Harvard, UCB, Columbia, NYU, Chicago and Cornell Tech. [/quote]

It actually was for a LL.M. program.
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darthsid



Surprising - guess they're rolling out rejections first?


It could be a rejection for the JD program. I believe JD admissions are a rolling process. Nevertheless, good luck to everyone!

Also, as for me - I've applied to the LST LLM at Stanford. I've also applied to Harvard, UCB, Columbia, NYU, Chicago and Cornell Tech.


It actually was for a LL.M. program.



Ah... sorry. That's interesting then. There's still about two months to go before they announce acceptances.

[quote][quote][quote][quote]I do not know if it is indicative of something or not, but the brother of one of my colleagues in my office already receive a rejection from Stanford by e-mail (do not know when he applied, nor the program or the date of the rejection).[/quote]

Surprising - guess they're rolling out rejections first?[/quote]

It could be a rejection for the JD program. I believe JD admissions are a rolling process. Nevertheless, good luck to everyone!

Also, as for me - I've applied to the LST LLM at Stanford. I've also applied to Harvard, UCB, Columbia, NYU, Chicago and Cornell Tech. [/quote]

It actually was for a LL.M. program.[/quote]


Ah... sorry. That's interesting then. There's still about two months to go before they announce acceptances.
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ldncdn

Are there any SPILS applicants here?

Are there any SPILS applicants here?
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Are there any SPILS applicants here?


Here!

[quote]Are there any SPILS applicants here?[/quote]

Here!
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edwina



Hi Jacosi! Thanks for the info. Well i guess there s nothing we can do but wait now. are you guys applying to other school besides Stanford?


In my case, I am also applying to Columbia, Chicago, NYU, Oxford, Cambridge and LSE (already got an offer).


I'm also applying to Harvard, NYU and Berkeley. What about you?


I only applied to CGP LLM Stanford and U-Penn. Haven't got any news from either school.

[quote][quote][quote][quote]As some students who did the LL.M programs told me, the first calls are made from Stanford around mid-end of February.
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Hi Jacosi! Thanks for the info. Well i guess there s nothing we can do but wait now. are you guys applying to other school besides Stanford? [/quote]

In my case, I am also applying to Columbia, Chicago, NYU, Oxford, Cambridge and LSE (already got an offer).[/quote]

I'm also applying to Harvard, NYU and Berkeley. What about you?[/quote]

I only applied to CGP LLM Stanford and U-Penn. Haven't got any news from either school.
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Hi - does anyone have insight on the environment and energy program class strength in SLS? Also the view on the interview in this forum seems to be that SLS is checking your English proficiency, but for 15 mins! That seems so long! If anyone knows people who have studied in SLS or are from SLS - would be very grateful if you all could tell us what all do they ask.

Hi - does anyone have insight on the environment and energy program class strength in SLS? Also the view on the interview in this forum seems to be that SLS is checking your English proficiency, but for 15 mins! That seems so long! If anyone knows people who have studied in SLS or are from SLS - would be very grateful if you all could tell us what all do they ask.
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Hey kiera I have a friend at the environment and energy program right now. She is extremely happy with the school. Will ask her what the interview is all about.

Hey kiera I have a friend at the environment and energy program right now. She is extremely happy with the school. Will ask her what the interview is all about.
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darthsid

Just checking in - anybody heard anything from SLS ?

Just checking in - anybody heard anything from SLS ?
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Inactive User

Not as yet. Refreshing email ALL the time. Painful.

Not as yet. Refreshing email ALL the time. Painful.
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darthsid

Not as yet. Refreshing email ALL the time. Painful.


I hate this period of suspense. Have you applied to UChicago as well? I like the regular update emails that Mr. Badger keeps sending almost every week. It helps to look forward to his next email rather than wait for the actual admissions decision.

What other schools have you applied to?

[quote]Not as yet. Refreshing email ALL the time. Painful. [/quote]

I hate this period of suspense. Have you applied to UChicago as well? I like the regular update emails that Mr. Badger keeps sending almost every week. It helps to look forward to his next email rather than wait for the actual admissions decision.

What other schools have you applied to?
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Oh that’s so decent. I applied to Georgetown, Columbia, Stanford and HLS. Waiting for SLS (energy and environment) and HLS. Maybe another week and we should start hearing things. Reading threads, I gather that energy and environment applicants hear first. Painful wait.

Oh that’s so decent. I applied to Georgetown, Columbia, Stanford and HLS. Waiting for SLS (energy and environment) and HLS. Maybe another week and we should start hearing things. Reading threads, I gather that energy and environment applicants hear first. Painful wait.
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