How do I check my MIT admissions decision?
Applicants will receive the email about a week prior to the release of decisions. Admissions decisions will be available exclusively online. Decisions will not be released via email or snail mail. Following the release of admissions decisions, however, you may receive a package from the admissions office!
Can I download a PDF of my MIT application?
You can download these forms in PDF format via your MyMIT account or at web.mit.edu/admissions/forms.
What does MIT Sloan look for in applicants?
MIT Sloan is looking for people who initiate change and create something that hasn’t existed before. In this program, more than 10 academic offerings mean that students have a wide range of ways they can contribute to the world through innovation.
How can I read my MIT application PDF?
At any time while you’re working on either Part 1 or Part 2, you can proceed to the last section and click on “Preview (PDF format)” to view a PDF file of the application with the answers you’ve entered so far.
How transparent is Mit about its admissions process?
At MIT, we try to be as transparent as possible about our admissions process. If you have any questions, just ask. There have been over 6,000 blog entries posted to MITAdmissions.org since the site began in 2004. That’s easily several books worth of tips and tricks, hints and hacks, mea culpas and hakuna matatas.
Are the MIT admissions blogs worth reading?
There have been over 6,000 blog entries posted to MITAdmissions.org since the site began in 2004. That’s easily several books worth of tips and tricks, hints and hacks, mea culpas and hakuna matatas. They’re all worth reading—especially the Best of the Blogs —but there are a few you really need to read.
What is MIT doing to encourage young people to apply?
Most importantly, we try to encourage young people to be students and community members first, and applicants second. The first-year application is now available in the MIT application portal. The transfer application is closed. Please check back at the end of August for updates.
How do I get access to my own admissions records?
Here’s how to gain access to your own admissions records. Just contact the admissions office at your university and request access under FERPA to any documents they have, which they are legally obligated to provide within 45 days. This is the language suggested by Stanford’s Fountain Hopper: