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Hi Guys, I got admits from both USC and NCSU for Computer Networking in Electrical Engineering for fall 18. I am very confused right now as the course in both universities are very good. Now here comes the tough part. The tuition and living expenses at USC would be sky high, whereas in NCSU it would be quite less compared to the former. Also USC being in LA there are more opportunities to get interview calls as compared to NCSU. Now NCSU is one of the best for networking whereas USC isn't very far behind. If anyone could give me a comparison of which one to join, it would be really helpful. Making this decision is literally tearing me apart. Please note that I do not have any financial aid from either of the universities.
Hello everyone, I would like to ask for some feedback regarding my chances of admission in a good grad school. I want to apply for a Masters degree focusing in Computer Networks which is something offered by Computer Engineering and Computer Science Departments. My major concern is my low score on the GRE quantitative section. Below is a list with my main characteristics. GPA: 7.14/10 (Greece - 5 year Engineering degree) ~ 3/10 (US) 25 month military service as an officer co-authored a paper defended a thesis (research project) as a requirement to finish my undergraduate studies GRE: V:630, Q:640, AW:4 TOEFL iBT: 109/120 Work experience: working at an NGO since Feb 2011 as a programmer I am an international student Any suggestions of schools I can apply to with good chances of admissions are more than welcome Thnx in advance!