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Hi! I'm planning to apply to grad schools this year (for fall 2022 admissions). I'm a little nervous about my grad school list. I want to pursue a Ph.D. in Biological/Biomedical Engineering. Interested Research Areas - Computational Biology/Medicine, Omics, Bioinformatics, Neural Engineering. Undergrad - Electronics and Communication Engineering; GPA - 8/10 (First Class with Distinction) Masters (in my undergrad institution) - Biomedical Engineering ; GPA - 8.5/10 (recipient of Merit Scholarship) Research Experience - ~3 years (since my undergrad) ; first author of two papers (IEEE Conference and Springer Peer Reviewed Symposium). A couple of manuscripts on the way (will complete them before I apply to grad schools). I have worked in 2 labs since my Undergrad. My Dream Universities: MIT BE , JHU , DUKE , GEORGIA TECH Moderate/Safe UNC , PURDUE , PENN STATE , NC STATE (Will be giving GRE in July, hope to perform reasonably well) Am I being too ambitious?? ? Any suggestions about which schools might be a 'safe' for me? Thanks :)
Hello Friends, I need some help from experience folks out there, Those who can really help please reply to this as i am in serious trouble in selecting universities. Here is my profile: GRE: Q:161; V:146; AWA:3.0 TOEFL:93 LOR: 1 STRONG; 2 AVERAGE SOP: AVERAGE UG(BE IT):5.51/10 (15 Back logs, completed in normal 4years) Work Ex:(3 years) CO-Founder in IOT based Start-UP; Got Funded 2.5cr; Clients: Government Agencies and Government distribution companies; I have worked in a multiple role(Business Consultant and System Designing for the system): Have deep knowledge in power distribution technologies. Ambition: MS is Computer Science Query: With low CGPA and an Average GRE and TOEFL score, Which University will be safe for me? Thanks