Reach schools for mid-atlantic region/Northeast or ATL region

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Reach schools for mid-atlantic region/Northeast or ATL region

Postby bmathers » Tue Oct 25, 2016 2:38 pm

So, I have already secured a no-stip full-ride from a regional T2 in PA. Therefore, I'm not looking for safety schools and have already applied to competitors (Temple, Nova, Pitt, GA State, OSU).

What are some reach schools that I should consider applying to for these regions? Emory, UNC, Wake, UGA? UPenn is waaayyy out of my league, and I already waited out one cycle and retook.

My stats are 158, 3.3 with 6 solid years of work experience (inner-city teaching and owning a business), along with a decent PS and a very legitimate GPA addendum.

Thanks!

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Re: Reach schools for mid-atlantic region/Northeast or ATL region

Postby guynourmin » Tue Oct 25, 2016 3:26 pm

I think Pitt and Duquesne have pretty similar stats - could apply to both.

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Re: Reach schools for mid-atlantic region/Northeast or ATL region

Postby ronanOgara » Tue Oct 25, 2016 3:35 pm

How many threads are you gonna make dude? I feel like you've made a couple and you ask the same question in each one.

You really shouldn't look at LS admissions like you would with UG. Meaning, "reach" and "safety" schools isn't really an important classification. Go to the school with the best employment prospects for your desired location for the cheapest amount possible. I'd imagine UGA and Emory are the best you can do for Atlanta. Unless you can get money there, don't go there.



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