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I am an average computer science and engineering graduate from asia with cgpa 3.33/4 (10th in batch). I was interested in physics from the early age but situation led me to engineering. Now I want to do my masters/phd in space science or physics specially where there is fundamental study/research opportunities. Also I will require fee waiver as I can't afford. Recently USA universities are accepting IELTS and I have a score of 7.0 (Also thinking of bypassing GRE as a fact of this). Now wondering what will be my chances of getting admitted with a scholarship in an university with my mediocre career.

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    Possible duplicates: changing fields, weak transcript 1 and 2. – aeismail Oct 6 '13 at 18:25
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    If you want specific answers, you should explain (in comments) why those other questions aren't suitable for your case. Otherwise people will likely vote to close the question as a duplicate. – aeismail Oct 6 '13 at 18:53
  • no ok, i should delete the question. – wanderer Oct 7 '13 at 1:57
  • Actually, it would be better to mark it as a duplicate. – aeismail Oct 7 '13 at 5:23