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  1. Did any international student get admit from the UC Berkeley's Chemical Engineering - PDP program ? If yes, please share when did you get the admit and did the portal status change ? Does anyone know if the admissions are in waves or it's a one shot process ? Previous years applicants, please help.
  2. Hello everyone, Figured I would make an account to continue in the time-honored tradition of collective freak-outs in the month leading up to graduate admissions. Do you know of any school that has already sent out admission results to PhD applicants in chemical engineering for the fall 2019 season? If you've gained admission to a specific school, would you mind sharing your profile (GPA, GRE, TOEFL if you're an international, research experience, and so on)? Thank you and may the odds be ever in your favor!
  3. I'm a fourth year ChemE student at an engineering college in India. I've applied to pursue M.S in ChemE in the US and received admits from Cornell, UMich, CMU and Northwestern. All this while, I was dead sure I was going to go to UMich, simply because I felt it was a really selective program and I loved the fact that you could do interdisciplinary projects that were funded by industrial partners. A couple of weeks later, I heard from Cornell University, which was initially the place I really wanted to go because of the research, before applying for the unis. UMich was quite an ambitious college. Most of the professors who I talk to, they all recommend Cornell because they're very aware of its prestige. I'm aware that the job situation is grim for international students in Chemical Engineering. Could you please advise which university would be better for me?
  4. Can someone elaborate the specifics of the MS Chemical Engineering course offered in UC Berkeley University? (like duration of the course, objectives etc.)
  5. Hey fellas, How's it goin' for ya? I'm still waiting for a single admission. no answer up to now. ucsd, uci, northeastern -> chemical engineering ucr, uic ,uiuc -> bioengineering all phd. is there anybody heard from these programs at these univs? should I have hope for any admission letter? ------------------------------profile------------------------------------ TOEFL:104-IELTS:7-GRE GENERAL:146(v)168(q)-GPA:3.60 with a year or two related research exprience.
  6. I have got two admits for MS in Chemical from the University of Washington Seattle and University of Massachusetts Amherst. I am an international student. I want to know more about these two universities based on: departments, professors, job scenario in that region before making any decision. Please help me out.
  7. Stole this organized format from Biology section (since that was first one that came up in google :P) Let me know what you think about my chances, and feel free to post here for yourself as well! Undergrad Institution: Worcester Polytechnic InstituteMajor(s): Chemical Engineering - Concentration in EnergyMinor(s): International and Global StudiesGPA in Major: 3.84/4.00Overall GPA: 3.85/4.00Position in Class: WPI doesn't really rank, but the people above me in GPA are generally people with 4.0Type of Student: Domestic, male, LGBTQ+GRE Scores (revised/old version):Q: 164V: 162W: 5.0Research Experience: 2 summers working approximately full time in a lab at WPI studying biomass pretreatment and heterogeneous catalysis for biofuel production. Now completing a senior research project in similar realm of study.Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Various scholarships from WPI and Dean's List 6 semesters so far (not inclusive of current semester which will likely also be Dean's List)Pertinent Activities or Jobs: Research assistant, Peer Learning Assistant (Jr. TA basically), Resident Advisor.Any Miscellaneous Accomplishments that Might Help: Completed a research project in Switzerland during my junior year, which served to help develop the Canton of Zurich into a smart energy regionSpecial Bonus Points: The professor I have been working with studied at MIT, but other than that...none that I can think of.Any Other Info That Shows Up On Your App and Might Matter: Can't think of anything other than the junior year project in Switzerland.Applying to Where: All Chemical Engineering (or Chemical and Biological, etc.) PhD programs MIT UMass Amherst Tufts University Princeton University UC Berkeley UCLA University of Delaware Drexel University Carnegie Mellon University
  8. I am planning to apply for a PhD program in Chemical Engineering I have a really low GRE scores: 147 for verbal, 162 for quantitative and 3 for writing. However, I have a good GPA of 3.98 from a well-known public university. I have two years of research and one published paper as a second author. I also had more than three years working in the industry (not all related to ChemE though). I know that I should take the GRE again to increase my chance, but English is not my first language so I don't think it would improve much. What is my chance of getting into the top schools? I am aiming for Stanford for example. Did anyone get into the top school with that low GRE scores like mine?
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