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Does Harvard require a statement or essay of any sort? I can't find anything.
That was poor wording. It seems as if Harvard does not require any written portion in their application. Is this true? No essay or statement of purpose?
that's not true. if i remember correctly, when you actually start the online application process, it asks you to upload your soi.
Yeah, you upload the essay to the online part of the application
yeah, i just found it, thanks
dude next time CALL THE UNIVERSITY they tend to know what they require, you are a disgrace to architects................good luck at the gsd, like you'll get in.........ha
whoa. archit84 - do you really see harvard that difficult to get into? or did you go to the gsd and are one of the typical snooty haaaahhvaaad grads?
neither, i was just in a bad mood, sorry
i'm sure it will work out, but the university still seems the best place to get information for admission information
yeah, so is Archinect...
I've noticed something strange. From looking at this forum, it seems the only people who have trouble following directions on grad school apps are the students applying to Ivy League and other 'top tier' schools. On one hand, I can see that many of the students who apply to these schools are the perfectionist-type and just want extra verification. On the other, shouldn't the best of the best be able to figure it out on their own?
Sorry, if this is rude. I'm just in the middle of finals and need to blow off steam.
The best of the best are those who have gotten in. Those applying are just "applicants". Maybe that's the difference?