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Need Political Science PhD Advice


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I was hoping to get some insight on my chances of admission to Political Science PhD programs. My research focus is on international relations/security. I've listed the schools I'm considering and my stats below. Any input concerning chances or whether I should adjust the list of school would be much appreciated.

 

Education:

 

B.A. (Honors) Political Science from Top 50 Undergrad 

Overall GPA: 3.46, Major GPA: 3.73

 

M.A. Security Studies, Georgetown University

GPA: 3.85

 

GRE Scores: 750V 750Q 4.5 Analytic

 

Publications:

 

Three publications in professional policy journals (not student run), one in an academic journal (different field), and one annotated bibliography for Oxford University Press 

 

Experience:

 

Internship experience at top DC international relations/defense think tanks (CSIS and NDU)

 

Potential PhD Programs:

 

UCSD

University of Chicago

MIT

UC Berkeley

UCLA

Yale

USC

Georgetown

RAND graduate school (this one is in public policy but any info would be appreciated)

 

Thanks in advance for your insights!

 

 

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