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If one is not accepted into graduate school, is there a way to find out what the admissions counselors disliked?

Will it be told to you in your rejection email? Or do you have to schedule an appointment with an admissions counselor? graduate-school graduate physical-therapist undergraduate physical-therapy masters occupational-therapy graduate-programs

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matthew’s Answer

Did you contact a potential supervisor before applying? That is the key to grad school

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Bri’s Answer

Hi Debra,


If/when you are rejected from a graduate program, it is very likely that your rejection email/the application portal where your rejection is posted will not give you details as to why you were not admitted. Depending on the program, admissions staff are sometimes willing to talk to you about how to make your application stronger if you are interested in reapplying for a future admissions date. However, if you are asking just to ask, it is very unlikely that a program will respond to you directly to tell you what you were lacking in your application.

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