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Faculty (Undercover)
There've been a large number of "please rate my chances" threads in this forum. As much as we enjoy talking about our own program and are excited by the interest in, and the lively discussion of, its merits, there's something you need to understand:

We cannot estimate your chances of admission. The reason for this is simple: We aren't the ones making the admissions decisions. The participants in this forum don't have the authority, the expertise, or the context to provide reliable information of this kind.

What we can do is tell you about what we learn in the program, what kinds of things it's important to know before you come, what students and faculty in the program are like, what kinds of results you can expect from participation in the program--in other words, give you a sense of what it's like to be a student here. We're more than happy to do that. But, in the end, there's really only one way to find out what your chances of getting in are: Apply.

We wish you the best of luck.