applying georgetown PT/FT

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applying georgetown PT/FT

Postby lakers3peat » Mon Jan 16, 2012 8:31 pm

If you put down strictly PT, are your chances better than full time/either option? I am in par with their part time program but not so much the full time, I'm wondering if my best chances are part time, instead of the either.

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Re: applying georgetown PT/FT

Postby Capitol_Idea » Tue Jan 17, 2012 1:11 pm

I'm not sure which is better but I'm in the same boat as you - I applied Part Time only. My reasoning is thus: If you apply Full Time only and don't get in, there's a chance you might have gotten in if you had included the Part Time option, but it doesn't logically make sense that the reverse is true. Overall, I hear the part time acceptance curve is lower than the full time, so I highly doubt they would reject someone for PT where they would've accepted them for FT.

Also, would you honestly go Full Time if that's what GULC decided was where they want you? If so, then it makes sense to include both options. For me, I really only want to do part-time so I can keep current with my career and help pay for the damn thing, so that's why I kept to PT Only.

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