lucas.supernova Posted November 12, 2015 Share Posted November 12, 2015 Hey Guys , First post here. I'm a masters student in Brasil ( Complex Systems Modelling at USP) , with a bachelors in political science. I'm applying for programs across the areas of public policy/social sciences with an intersection of complexity ( Kennedy School Public Policy Phd , Kellogg Management Organizations and Sociology, Chicago Polisci, Stanford Sociology , and some others). Going straight to the issue , I have a significant number of presentations at conferences , including two of the most prestigious in political science ( IPSA, APSA) and the biggest one in complexity ( CCS) . It was always as researcher , and most of the times, independent from any of my professors. Do you have any idea how that is weighted on admissions committees? Would that help offset a mediocre GPA (3.2) and a lackadaisical GRE (162v, 155q) ? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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