JohnGalt Posted August 16, 2012 Share Posted August 16, 2012 Hi,everyone.I was wondering whether anybody can give me some advice concerning doctoral programs in Eastern European/Russian history. My stats are as follows: I have a 3.4 uGPA and a 3.95 mGPA. Even though my uGPA as not that high, however, the lowest grade that I received for an advanced course was A-. I scored 322 on GRE (162 Verb./160 Quan.) I am an expert in Russian,Ukrainian,Belorussian, and I'm advanced in Polish. The schools that I went to were not top-tier, however the programs were solid enough. My main problem is the absence of extra-curricular activities. I was working full time throughout all my school years and didn't have a lot of time for internships and such,however, I was on a Dean's List 4 times and stuff like that. Sincve I am kind of new to Ph.D. stuff, I was wondering whether someone can suggest me any relevant programs or at least tell whether it is worth a try with my stats. Any help will be highly appreciated. Thanks in advance. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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