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On schools that award advanced academic degrees, such as masters and doctoral degrees. This tag is mainly for questions about the structure and organization of a graduate school or the fundamental experience of being a graduate student. Do not use this tag for questions about research in graduate school (use [research] instead), coursework in graduate school (use [coursework] instead), gaining admissions to graduate school (use [graduate-admissions]), etc.

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Are research statements evaluated differently for professional and research master's programs? If so, how do they differ? Further, I have read that admissions to research programs are more competitiv …
asked May 17 '15 by spunkpike
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I am a student from India and I have been reading a lot about graduate admissions in US lately. I have read in some article that an average(below average) applicant from the "maybe" pile is moved to a …
asked Apr 23 '15 by spunkpike
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US does not have centralized rules about such things. It's in the hand of each university how they want to handle it. Very few US universities will admit students with a 3 year bachelors from India. …
answered Apr 24 '15 by spunkpike