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Hey all, Thank you in advance for the advice. I am asking a question for my girlfriend. She is applying to MPH programs with a low GPA 3.2 and ok gre scores. 152Q and 159V. She has 5 years of international work experience peace corps, ESL teaching, research in health. What are her chances of getting into Harvard, Columbia, Hopkins, or Yale for their MPH programs??? Also, I am having trouble finding a thread for this year's MPH applicant statistics so feel free to post your stats in the comments: GPA 3.2 GRE: 152Q 159V other relevant factors:
Hi, I am an international student. I have a bachelor's degree in Pharmacy (B.Pharm) with CGPA of 8.20. I stood second in my college. I have worked as a Pharmacovigilance associate at Bayer AG and currently I work as a medical editor for Amgen. I have no publications nor any substantial research experience. My extracurriculars are quite good. I have presented review posters. I have given TOEFL (115/120) and GRE (330/340 awa 4.5). Strong LORs. Can i get into Harvard, UNC chapel hill, or UCSD pharmacology program?
Hello all, I think I make a similar post about every two months, but time for sending out applications is quickly approaching. I get more nervous with each week, and I still have so many questions about this huge journey. So I will be applying for MA programs in either lit studies or composition. I am hoping someone can give me a rundown of how each program would differ. What goes on in a lit program that doesn't in a composition? How would a thesis for each be different? Will pursuing a literature MA hurt my chances of getting into a rhetoric PhD if I change my mind? How would the eventual career course for each differ? What would I be teaching or researching with a rhetoric degree? I have worked in writing centers and have done undergrad research and publishing in writing center studies, but I don't think I want to make a career of writing center work. What else does a rhetoric track offer? Overall, I am looking for any information on the differences between the two programs. Thanks!