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Of course the hard part is convincing schools that you deserve a free ride, especially when most of your studies have been outside the classroom

Unfortunately, the basis of decisions is on standardized measures ... GRE scores, GPA in undergraduate. At GMU to be considered a strong candidate for funds you need a 3.6 GPA or higher, and 760 GRE Quantitative and 630 GRE Verbal.

There are programs that encourage non-traditional learners at universities, you just have to find the appropriate fit.

I like programs that encourage book length dissertations as opposed to the 3-papers model. Any thoughts on that? Also, could you link those dissertations that were later published for us? (I could probably find them, but if you link them you could also comment on them, etc)

... and I...published. Not "myself...published"

Please!

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