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Hi, I have been invited to do a Skype interview with a professor at Cornell Tech for the M.Eng in Computer Science. I was wondering what kind of interview it will be and what kind of questions I can expect? The only information I got in the email from the admissions department was that I should be prepared to answer technical questions about my experience in computer science. What do you think they mean by that? They also mentioned that the interview will only take between 15 - 30 minutes. If anyone has some experience, then I would be grateful if you could share your advice and experience.
I got an email from TAMU that they don't have openings for MS in ME, and would like to offer me admission in MS. They said that I can change it to MS later if I can convince a professor. My main motive is to pursue a job, is it worth it to pursue an M.Eng from TAMU?
Hi guys! I just received an interview invitation from UC Berkeley's M.Eng program in IEOR. For those who have also applied to the M.Eng program, please share if you received any communication from university/status of your application/admit etc. Does anyone know what are the chances of admission if you've been through an interview?
So I'm getting my bachelors in electrical engineering this spring from San Jose State. I'm trying to get into the masters program for various UC's because their programs fit more to my interests in computer graphics and parallel processing using multi-cored GPUs. SJSUs MSEE program is impacted and relatively weak in these areas. Unfortunately, being a CSU there wasn't much chance to do any research or gain any publications, as these opportunities as few as they are, are usually primarily saved for graduate students. I'm wondering how much this will hurt my chances at making the switch. I have a modest GPA 3.75 and 3 solid letters of rec. Also, unfortunately, I tanked my GRE (157 quant(67%), 148 verbal(38%), 3.5 analytical(48%) ) because I was planning on going to SJSU for my masters and taking it wasn't required. After talking to several professors and the graduate adviser, they convinced me I needed to apply somewhere other than SJSU, so I took their advice and started looking at other programs. This left me no time to study for the GRE before applications are due and results are as expected.