JFman00 Posted January 25, 2012 Share Posted January 25, 2012 (edited) Academic background: 2.7 in political economy with a focus on IR from a top 50 USNWR university. I have not taken the GRE but previous standardized test scores have been very high (2150 SAT, 32 ACT, multiple 5s on APs including BC Calc, 99th percentile ASVAB). Professional background: Military officer in aviation about a year and a half in. Stationed in NE Florida. Career goal: Looking to get into foreign affairs in my branch, or separate and pursue something State Dept. related. I have a couple months of a very light workload, so was thinking I would do something to bolster my chances at admission to a reputable MPA/IR program later in my career (3 years from now at the earliest). Any suggestion on what I should use the time for? I'm thinking something along the lines of retaking some undergrad econ/math/stats or non-degree graduate coursework at a local school? Any ideas at all are welcome. Edited January 25, 2012 by JFman00 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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