mstrandmark Posted October 4, 2011 Share Posted October 4, 2011 (edited) I am a History major who will graduate in May and I was wondering whether I had a strong enough resume to get in the conversation for fellowships or teaching assistantships. My goal is a Public History or History M.A. program, at schools like Indiana University-Bloomington, IUPUI, UW-Milwaukee, Auburn, South Carolina, etc. I understand it's hard to tell me anything without knowing the quality of my letters of recommendation or personal statements, but I feel very confident about both of those, so I just wanted to know if my vitals put me in the game or not. GPA: 3.72, Major GPA: 3.91 GRE: 1260-1460 (590-690V, 670-770Q) I also have had a good background of tutoring/helping to teach history classes primarily in archival research, so I'm helping that helps in considering assistantship awards. I know this is pretty general, but I just want to know if I have a chance at getting some money from these schools. Thank you for any help you can offer. Edited October 4, 2011 by mstrandmark Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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