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On schools that award advanced academic degrees, such as masters and doctoral degrees. This tag is mainly for questions about the structure and organization of a graduate school or the fundamental experience of being a graduate student. Do not use this tag for questions about research in graduate school (use [research] instead), coursework in graduate school (use [coursework] instead), gaining admissions to graduate school (use [graduate-admissions]), etc.

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Yes it is. However, if I remember correctly, I believe schools need to send you the decision by April 10-15th. That was the case from me when I applied (to engineering in 2011).
answered Apr 7 '16 by The Guy
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Graduate school refer to a school that offers advanced degrees (MS, PhD, or both), even if a school offers only MS degree, it is still called graduate school. I think med-schools are also called gradu …
answered Apr 4 '16 by The Guy
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Since you are moving and starting a new chapter in your life, perhaps it is best if you start fresh and let go of some yours "old habits" such as watching porn at school. If you get stressed or need t …
answered Apr 6 '16 by The Guy
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This is a very good and tricky question to answer. In my field, ranking doesn't really matter unless the school is one of the top 5. If this is the case in your field too, then you would use ranking …
answered Apr 3 '16 by The Guy
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For a PhD, sometimes it is common to wait 1-1.5 years before starting working on THE topic! It seems that your adviser is waiting on funds/proposals! Once he gets them, you will have your topic and (y …
answered Apr 12 '16 by The Guy
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I will share my story, it is somehow related. I got my BSc and MSc from a very average university in the Middle East (my GPA in BSc was below 2.7!!). So, of course I was conditionally admitted into th …
answered Mar 24 '16 by The Guy