qfarhan Posted January 25, 2011 Share Posted January 25, 2011 Hello folks, I have completed my BS in Computer Science on Feb 2010. My undergraduate CGPA is 3.41 out of 4.00.GRE score is Q-740, V-530, AWA-3.0 .IELTS band score is 7.5 .Class rank is 14th out of 38 students.Have 3 international conference papers and 1 journal paper.Was a lecturer of CS department during last 6 months.Participated in several programming contests from my undergrad institute (including regional ACM ICPC). I am applying for fall 2011. Although the season is nearly close, I am going to apply within the next couple of days. I know that there is not much chance for initial funding for MS. But I'll try to get some after one or two semesters. I have shortlisted some schools. Can you folks give some analysis about these schools?USA:High:Case Western Reserve UniversityUniversity of North Carolina, Chapel HillClemson UniversityMedium:Mississippi State UniversityUniversity of UtahAuburn UniversityNortheastern UniversityUniversity of Texas, ArlingtonWest Virginia UniversityUniversity of MississippiLouisiana State UniversityOklahoma State UniversityUniversity of Nebraska-LincolnLow:Utah State UniversityWright State University, OhioUniversity of Texas, San AntonioCanada: High:Simon Fraser UniversityUniversity of Ottawa[*]Medium:[*]Carleton University[*]Saskatchewan University[*]Low:[*]Memorial UniversityOkay, it is a ridiculously tall list. The point is I need to narrow it down to half. That is why I am requesting some suggestion/insight from the members about my chance of getting admission at least initially and I am willing to pay for for initial semesters, provided that there are scope for funding later on. Actually, (although my low cgpa will become an obstacle) I am interested to enroll into PhD directly, since I plan to do it later on anyway. Is there any chance for my admission into PhD into any of these schools? Thank you very much for your time. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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