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# R3 Scholarship Availability

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Joined: 06 Jan 2012
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20 Mar 2012, 07:24
Hello all,

As I come down the homestretch awaiting my admissions decisions, I am thinking ahead to my dreaded scenario - dings from both schools where I applied, or admits with no money.

I'm thinking about starting a couple round three applications, but the problem is, I really need scholarship funding. It seems like most programs have no scholarship availability for round three applicants. Does anyone know if there are any top tier schools with scholarships available to good round three applicants?

I know the difficulties of getting in R3, don't worry! Just wondering if there are any options I can consider here...

Thanks!
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20 Mar 2012, 14:57
politico12 wrote:
Hello all,

As I come down the homestretch awaiting my admissions decisions, I am thinking ahead to my dreaded scenario - dings from both schools where I applied, or admits with no money.

I'm thinking about starting a couple round three applications, but the problem is, I really need scholarship funding. It seems like most programs have no scholarship availability for round three applicants. Does anyone know if there are any top tier schools with scholarships available to good round three applicants?

I know the difficulties of getting in R3, don't worry! Just wondering if there are any options I can consider here...

Thanks!

As far as I know there is no scholarship funding or extremely limited for the last round. I would not apply if you need funding.
Re: R3 Scholarship Availability   [#permalink] 20 Mar 2012, 14:57
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