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  1. So, I applied to the PhD in CS program at WSU (Washington State University) and BSU (Boise State) about 3 or so months ago, but I have yet to hear anything from either. Looking at the results database I'm seeing that at least a few people have received admits from WSU for the same program. I know these aren't particularly high ranking or top choice schools, but I'm just wondering if anyone else who uses this forum has applied at these schools and if they have heard back yet, positive or negative. Thanks.
  2. I had applied to the Masters in Computer Science program at University of Hong Kong. I just received an email requesting for a phone interview. Does anyone know what the type of questions the interviewer will ask? Any tips or comments? Thanks!
  3. This is my profile: GRE - 310 (V-149, Q-161), TOEFL - 100, CGPA - 8.31, 3 LORs from Assistant Professors from my college, West Virginia and Stanford, 4 research publications all in the field of interest, one of them in the best conference for HCI - UIST. I am applying for MS in CS with specialization in HCI and Machine Learning. What are my chances to get into UCSD, UCB, UIUC, UCI, UMCP and Gatech?
  4. Hey friends, I'm in desparate need regarding selection of 10 universities for Masters in Computer Science or Masters in Computer Networks program for the semester Fall 2012 based on my profile. Please help me out... Here are my details: PGDCA (1 year program) ---> completed my first semester, not got the result yet BCA (3 years program) ---> 72.07% or 3.7 GPA (aggregate score) (No Backlogs) Projects ----> 5th semester: Web based Archaeological Library 6th semester: Web based E-Governance System ( Both of the projects were for The Government Of India. The project of 6th semester was a hit due to which me and my team got interviewed in a local daily newspaper. ) Extracurricular ----> Attended some workshops and seminars. GRE ----> Total: 294/340 Verbal: 135 Quantitative: 159 AWA : 3.0 TOEFL -----> 95 (Reading:24, Listening:21, Speaking:22, Writing:28) The university list decided is as follows: 1) CSU Longbeach {Deadline: May 15} 2) SJSU - Software Engineering with specialization in Networking Software {Deadline: April 1} 3) NJIT {Deadline: May 1} 4) IIT {Deadline: May 1} 5) University of Colorado Denver {Deadline: couldn't find} 6) UTA {Deadline: April 1} 7) UH - Main Campus {Deadline: April 1} 8) USC {Deadline: Feb 15} ==> Already applied 9) Virginia Tech {Deadline: April 1} Other universities which are kept for considerations are: 1) Cleveland State University - Ohio {Deadline: May 15} 2) NYT {Deadline: don't know} 3) CSU - LA {Deadline: don't know} 4) SDSU {Deadline: don't know} 5) SFSU {Deadline: don't know} Kindly rate them as sure shot admits, moderate and aspirational based on my profile. Also, please let me know if I should consider other colleges whose deadlines are not yet met. Regards, HP (Hetalkumar Patadia) - India