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B.E in CS - 6.5/10 2 academic projects (one in app development and ML), 0 work ex (graduated this year) Taken the GRE a week ago, scored 303 (153-Q,150-V) . I want to know if I'll have more options (uni wise) if I retake the GRE with (atleast 315 in my mind). I'm aiming for fall 2020 and it's aready mid oct? So, shall I retake the GRE?
Howdy! I have applied to the University of Texas MSIS (Master of Science in Information Studies) program for fall 2019 and, like many other grad applicants, am still constantly checking my Gmail for admissions results. After a quick email between myself and the School of Information, I've learned that results should hopefully come out TODAY! I'm hoping this will serve as a topic for other UT MSIS applicants to share their results or experiences. So, if you have good news, or even bad for that matter, please share!
Hi, Can someone please tell me how is the MS in Information Security program at CMU INI is? Along with Information Security, Will I be able to pursue my interests in Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence related fields? Also, how are the placements for this program? Would I be able to look for developer profiles along with security profiles? How are the opportunities for TA/RA positions? When and how should I apply for the same? Also, is there anyone here who is currently pursuing the course? Thanks.
Dear All, I need some urgent help please. I have got accepted to quite a few schools, however the two - I am considering currently are : a) University of Illinois - Urbana Champaign (UIUC)'s Masters in Information Management (MS/IM) vs Drexel's (MSIS Program). Drexel will cost me about 6-10K more but it has locational and CO OP advantages. UIUC's program is fairly new, however it has a brand name and seems fairly customisable in terms of curricula - both the programs have similar tracks I am considering (Security, Info Architecture etc). Also - I am out of state. Aim: To Land a Solid Job in IT, post graduation. Please advise urgently. TIA.