StyVrt wrote:thanks for the reply diogenes.
well, my masters' cgpa is actually not so great, and what i have mentioned is the rough usa equivalent (hence the concern), but both these masters were very 'industrial' applied math program. can my 'other' achievements (including papers, attendance in a lot of seminar, current efforts) & test scores outshine them? any tip on how should i present myself?
mrb wrote:StyVrt -
I know how you feel and why you're asking this, but unfortunately I don't think you're going to find any "experts" here in graduate admissions. Probably the best thing to do, unless application fees are a serious problem, is just to apply to a lot of schools (10+), across the whole range.
perhaps it would be more realistic to ask from experts among you that which (if any) of the following universities do i have a chance at?
uiuc, cmu, cornell
upenn, psu, michigan
rutgers, cuny grad center, maryland
indiana bloomington, uc irvine
florida, notre dame
ohio state, iowa state, vanderbilt
illinois at chicago
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