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greenman210

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  1. Undergrad Institution: not well-known globally Major(s): Biomedical Engineering-Biomechanics Minor(s): no minors GPA in Major: 3.06/4.00 Overall GPA: 3.00/4.00 M.Sc. Degree Institution: (International student) The best in the country. Well-known globally Major(s): Biomedical Engineering-Biomaterials GPA in Major: 4.00/4.00 Overall GPA: 4.00/4.00 Male-international GRE Scores: Q: 162 V: 147 W: 3.5 LOR: I have more than 3 but I am not sure how to evaluate them as being a good one. Research Experience: I have 2 published peer-review journal article which I am not the first author and 1 paper which I authored and which I submitted just recently 8 conference presentations in international conferences. These are my undergrad work. My MSc project is still ongoing. Publications/Abstracts/Presentations: 2 published peer-review journal article 1 Submitted article 8 conference presentations Awards/Honors/Recognitions: no. Fellowships/Funding: no Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Teaching and Tutoring Research Interests: Tissue Engineering and microfluidics Institutions/Programs: I am not sure where I am in the spectrum among other candidates. Comments: I have just a few chances and I dont want to blow them. Which schools do you think I have a chance with?
  2. Hello I graduated in a low rank university with 3/4 GPA however, I am finishing my master's degree in the best university of a foreign country (universally known better) (My MSc university is a well-known one. around 400 in QS ranking, though locally the best one). My stats are as following: B.Sc. Biomedical Engineering GPA: 3/4 M.Sc. Biomedical Engineering GPA: 4/4 TOEFL iBT: 100/120 note: It is expired. I am taking a new one in 2 weeks. hope to score higher. GRE: Q: 162 V: 147 W:3.5 Publication: 2 peer-reviewed journals (published but not first author) 1 being reviewed at the moment (first author) 1 or 2 are being prepared but not sure if they make the application 8 conference presentations (6 first author) I am looking for the schools for PhD in biomedical engineering with full funding. What is the range of ranking that I definitely have a chance? and which range should I try? Should I contact the PIs or just apply directly to the school. I have contacted one from a good university and he said that the routine is that I have to apply and after first year the PIs will support the students.
  3. @OhSoSolipsistic @BSB825@Anka @GreenEyedTrombonist @fuzzylogician Thanks everybody for the answers...
  4. @fuzzylogician Thank you for the answer...however, I think I am being misunderstood... I know that its my job to find the topic, obviously she cannot find a topic for each of her students. But my problem is that she does not give any feedbacks or as you mentioned help. So far she hasnt been able to answer a single question of mine concerning the literature. Its what stress me out. I read a post by a master's student that was finishing his 2 years master period and didnt publish anything and was not satisfied with his professor. I just finished my first semester and I worry that I will end up like him.
  5. @anthropologygeek Ok, I agree with you on this, but what kind of guidance are you talking about? would you be kind and explain it a little more? thanks. As I already mentioned, My advisor does not put any helpful idea's on the table.
  6. Hi everyone I started my masters and my advisor is a young assistant professor. When I contacted her to before application, she said that she had a project while when I came here (another country), she said that we have to find a topic. The problem is she is new to the field and does not help me at all. She expects me to go and find a topic myself. I tried to have meetings at first regularly, but after a couple of meeting that I noticed she does not give a me helpful feedback I stopped. It has been a more than a month now that I havent talked to her. Today I prepared a table of previous studies and wanted her to take a look at it and then we can have a meeting next day, yet she refused to read it and told me to find a hypothesis and write about it and show her the results. Guys, I am not sure that if I am a lazy student, or she really does not do her job as an advisor... Please help me to figure this out.
  7. Hi everyone I started my masters and my advisor is a young assistant professor. When I contacted her to before application, she said that she had a project while when I came here (another country), she said that we have to find a topic. The problem is she is new to the field and does not help me at all. She expects me to go and find a topic myself. I tried to have meetings at first regularly, but after a couple of meeting that I noticed she does not give a me helpful feedback I stopped. It has been a more than a month now that I havent talked to her. Today I prepared a table of previous studies and wanted her to take a look at it and then we can have a meeting next day, yet she refused to read it and told me to find a hypothesis and write about it and show her the results. Guys, I am not sure that if I am a lazy student, or she really does not do her job as an advisor... Please help me to figure this out.
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