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  1. Hi, Here's my SoP for applying to PhD in Astriphysics mainly in European Universities. Thanks in advance for helping me out with the review. <SOP> Being an ardent lover of science, I always wondered about the underlying physical processes in the universe. I spent a considerable amount of learning about astrophysics which predisposed me to want to get into Astrophysics research. I enrolled myself in a BSc Physics program at Ramnarain Ruia College followed by the University of Mumbai for MSc in Physics. At both the institutes, I had an experience of both educati
  2. Hello all! I am a BSc student at the University of Manchester. Now I have two offers. One is a one-year MSc by Research astrophysics programme at the University of Manchester. The other one is a two-year MSc Physics programme at the Imperial College London. Manchester is famous for its Jodrell Bank Observatory and the research in radio astronomy. The programme is basically purely research-oriented with only three lectures in the first semester. I have already found a good supervisor. I don't know much about astrophysics research in Imperial College. From what I saw on the websi
  3. Hi buddies I'm a bachelor of chemical eng. and really really like to continue in the fields including space eng., astrophysics or cosmology... Anyone Anyone can help me and have any advice? please...I'll be grateful if anyone suggest even as a sentence. Thank you
  4. Hey Guys! My situation is a bit unusual. I completed my bachelor's in electrical engineering, where I focused on physics projects and had a bad GPA (7.3/10). My bachelor's thesis was in cosmology and I had a couple of projects more. I applied but didn't get in (ten rejects), presumably because my grades were abysmal. I took a year off and enrolled in a good master's program. Going to apply again for Fall 2018. Here's my profile: Scores and Grades Grad GPA: More than 3.6 (assuming higher grades have higher than linear scores / converting from a 9 po
  5. Hi, I have a 60th percentile in my PGRE and a 330 score in the general one. I have completed my Bachelors from India and a Master's from a top 30 college in US. I would like to keep all my options open while applying for a Astro PhD program for Fall 2017 later this year. I have reasonable research experience and I believe can obtain good reference letters from my past PIs. Considering the AAS statement on the correlation (lack thereof) between the PGRE and Astro performance I had decided on not giving the PGRE again. However, I would like to know whether that is foolhardy decision, e
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