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Hi all I just got back my GRE score and it turns out to be lower than I expected ( V146/ Q167/ AW3.0). I submitted my application for MS stat/biostat for Rutgers but I am afraid that I can get rejected because of my low score. I graduated from large public university(top 30 public univ from us news) with stat/econ major. My GPA is 3.6 / 4.0 no related work experience but TA for a math course one strong recom letter (from prof that I TA for) Do I still have some chances of getting admitted for Rutgers ms stat/biostat? please help thank you
Hello everyone! So, I was wondering if anyone has gotten into grad school despite having one or more C's on their undergrad record? My overall GPA is a 3.5 but unfortunately I did get some C's in my online speech courses. I cannot afford to retake these classes as I'm currently unemployed while being a volunteer with the local school district (which I'm hoping will help me experience-wise.) My GRE scores are mediocre, so I plan on retaking that as well but I just wanted to know if the fact that I have more than one C from undergrad will completely destroy my chances of getting in. I know most
Hi guys, What do you think about my profile? I have this: GRE: math:640 verbal:320 GPA:3.63 International student publications: 3 (one as a first author, Veterinary Parasitology, Genome Research and Science) experience: 3 years as a Research Assistant at TSRI further education: MS with honors in Microbiology, Drug discovery certificate at UCSD (grades A's) Graduate courses at TRSI (grades: A's) 4 years in a row rejected by many universities (Life sciences programs) even the ones that are not even ranked. Could you give me any advice on how to proceed this year?