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Hello and thank you for reading my question. I have been accepted to the MA, Political science program at the University of Wyoming. It is fully funded with a graduate assistantship. I have also been accepted into the Washington State University Vancouver Masters of Public Affairs program. I like how the MPA program has a strong record of getting people jobs in the non profit or policy sector in portland and vancouver, WA. It seems the MA program at Wyoming is not as set up for me to slide into a job right after i graduate. I would prefer to live in Washington/Oregon area so that is another thing to consider. My question is, which program would be better for me in finding a job right out of college in the pacific northwest area? I did not receive funding for the MPA program. I have about 25k in student debt from my undergraduate degree. If i went to WSUV i would have to take out loans. If i stay in Wyoming it would be free. Thank you for the comments and help.
Hello, people, I am a senior Astrophysics student at Arizona State University and I am curious about my GRE score. I took the GRE general test on October 8th and received my scores last week. Now, I know that the admission process is subjective and GRE score is only one part of it. So, I would like you guys to answer my question based on the assumption that the rest of my profile is good enough. Here is my question: Is my GRE score good enough to get me into the University of Texas-Austin with a scholarship/assistantship? My GRE Scores Verbal: 163 (92nd percentile) Quant: 165 (89th percentile) AWA: 4 (60th percentile) Also, I would appreciate it if you can comment on my chances at other universities such as, Texas A&M, College Station University of Oklahoma University of Tulsa University of Alaska, Fairbanks University of Wyoming Thank You.
Did anyone apply for PhD in Petroleum Engineering at University of Wyoming? If you did, heard anything back? Seems like a good program and really hoping I get in this coming Spring.