yhk49 Posted June 30, 2010 Share Posted June 30, 2010 (edited) Hello all, I have graduated from college as a Undergrad Biomedical Engineering with a barely 2.57gpa. I have had few problems during college such as depression and family problems that caused this disaster. I have had some experiences working as Research Assistant (1-2years) during my school year as a work study. However those are the only relevant experiences in my field I can think of. Currently I am working as a manager for my family business which I helped as soon as I graduated from college. The pay isnt bad (60k+), but I like to work in a lab/research job instead. Now looking back, I want to try and get into graduate school. Few options that I have been thinking thus far are 1) Take local college class to boost my gpa for about an year, take GRE then apply 2) Keep GPA, work hard on getting great GRE scores then apply for next fall 3) Work as a manager for few years, ditch my major and take business route Since I am not in a hurry due to getting paid decently right now, in the long run attempting for MS or even PHD in BME or CS isn't farfetched. What are my best possible options? BTW, my current mock scores for GRE is around 1200-1300 Verbal section is letting me down. Edited June 30, 2010 by yhk49 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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