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Graduate schools with no test score cutoffs [duplicate]

I recently received my math subject gre scores and did extremely poor on it (620: 41 percentile). This was an absolute shock to me as I have been preparing for the test since summer but I want to make ...
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Pure Math PhD Application with an accidental F (But with some rescue action) [duplicate]

There are certain concerns that say this might be duplicate of this question: How does the admissions process work for Ph.D. programs in the US, particularly for weak or borderline students?. However, ...
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What to do for my graduate school application if I think my GPA doesn't reflect my coursework mastery [duplicate]

I am one of those people with low GPA but want to apply for graduate school in US. I am really having trouble with standardized tests in my institution. It's not uncommon for me to receive low grade ...
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Is having done research a must when applying to a graduate program in CS? [duplicate]

I live in Mexico and I go to a private University where doing a thesis isn't a requirement for graduating (many universities in Mexico follow this). I only take classes and do small projects for exams....
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PhD application with mediocre grades, 2 SCI co-authored pubs., LORs from very well knows profs. in the area? [duplicate]

I am going to start my master thesis now. During my master I performed not well, my GPA is about 2.9/4 which is really bad for me. I am not excusing but my mother had cancer and she died in september, ...
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Enough for Grad School? [duplicate]

I just finished my 3rd year in a combined pure/applied math program at a Canadian university. I have been leaning towards pure math, but I'm not sure if I'll have done enough to go to grad school for ...
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Is it normal/advised to finish your masters to get a better PhD offer? [duplicate]

Let's say someone finishes their honours degree and would like to do their PhD. However, the scholarship offers they receive aren't at the places they'd have hoped. My question is whether it is ...
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What is the chance of me getting PHD scholarship for international student in Australia [duplicate]

So I'm an international student in Australia. I got a lower second class bachelor of mechanical engineering (honours) from Curtin University. My final year research thesis was published in Journal of ...
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Where can I ask for academic advisement specific to my situation (low gpa, grad school, etc)? [duplicate]

I'd pay for personal, not snarky, but honest feedback. I don't really want to post all the specifics online- I would like to keep it confidential. Is there a place online that you could recommend ...
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Do graduate admission committees perform a first phase filtering based on GPA? [duplicate]

I heard from some sources that some applications are discarded before the professors in the committee even looked at it, based on GPA. How true is this? How do they equalize GPAs from different ...
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Admission into top engineering graduate programs with a GPA just below the cutoff [duplicate]

I'm applying for a master's degree at top graduate schools for robotics, such as MIT. However, I've heard that the recommended minimum GPA for these schools is 3.5. My GPA is actually 3.45. I know the ...
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Correlation between GRE Scores and Profile [duplicate]

I have recently taken GRE general and GRE subject tests and going to apply to US universities for Ph. D. in mathematics. My GRE general score is bad (verbal 138 + quant 163). My GRE subject ...
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Improving chances of entering a Theoretical Physics program in the US [duplicate]

I am a current undergraduate student majoring in Physics in a US institution. I am thinking of doing my PhD in Theoretical Physics also in a US institution. I think I know the basic things I should do ...
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PhD scholarship applicability for low GPA in Bsc and good grades in Msc [duplicate]

I have done my Bsc.Eng ( civil and environmental engineering). In first 2 semesters i got good GPA 3.64 and ranked 9th from 250 students and selected to civil and environmental engineering program. ...
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having a high score in PGRE test is enough for me to be accepted im astrophysics' graduate programs? [duplicate]

I am a law student. I am studying physics on my own to attend a PGRE test because Astrophysics always fascinates me. I want to have a Masters Degree in astrophysics but I have no Bachelor's Degree in ...
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