I've read shorter "methods" sections in legitimate scientific journal articles.) ***** 2) He also persists in referring to this poll as "the national rankings." When he listed the program where I earned my MFA as one of the "top twenty-five underrated" programs (along with the University of Florida!), he was defining "underrated" according to the choices of those who responded to his site.Tags: Reflective Essay Business EthicsWriting A Debate PaperConsensus Model Criminal Justice EssayCause And Effect Essay On Capital PunishmentHerbert Spencer EssaysPermanently Assign Drive LetterShylock Villain Or Victim ThesisEssays About IshmaelAssign Oxidation Numbers To Each Element In This Compound NoSocial Issue Research Paper Topics
***** Finally, a concern I have: ***** In the first year that Seth listed "selectivity" for programs, my program (the University of Arkansas) was in his twenty "most selective" programs (Iowa didn't quite make it).
According to his selectivity lists since then, my program has become less selective than it was in comparison with others.
Today, The New School continues to celebrate and cultivate daring and diverse new voices through its creative writing program.
Our most recent coverage of MFA programs is available in the September/October 2017 issue, including 2018 MFA Index: A Guide to More Than 200 Programs.
I know from observation that many MFA applicants do only superficial research into MFA programs, and that many of them would love nothing more than for someone else to do that "research" for them.
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**** In short: We shouldn't assume that this small number of respondents is especially well informed about their choices or that their choices aren't affected by factors other than quality (e.g., location), and neither should Poets & Writers.
You can't HAVE it both ways, as much as you seem to want to.
***** I actually took the time to read--quite carefully, in fact--your "methodology." I've taken differential equations and one semester of number theory as well as some stats, so I'm not entirely NAIVE about this topic.
Notes: The top-fifty and honorable-mentions rankings correspond to the most frequently applied-to programs for the 2010–2011 application cycle, as reported by 640 MFA applicants surveyed from April 16, 2010, to April 15, 2011.
[star] (honorable mention); — (unranked); Nonfiction Rank: n/a (not applicable) indicates nonfiction track is not offered; Total-Funding Rank takes into account program duration; Selectivity Rank: n.d.