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can you comment o these schools for phd without subject test

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  1. 1. can i get acceptance without subject test to any of these schools

    • brown
    • duke
    • university of michigan
    • rice
    • carnegie mellon
    • university of florida
    • none

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Can you rank or comment on the following schools in terms of their overall reputation and quality. I am applying for Physics phd, concentrated in condensed matter and statistical physics.

Also, do you think it is possible to get an acceptance without a physics subject test. (I have a MSc degree in physics, published two papers in phys. rev., have a GRE quantative score of 800)

The schools I am applying are:


University of Michigan

Carnegie Mellon


University of Florida



note: i am an international student

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