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Everyone doing a Master's is in the same boat. PhD applications aren't usually due until late January or early February, so that's a good four or five months into your Master's course. This gives you plenty of time to work on the applications and get to know your lecturers to secure a reference letter or two. Plus, you may end up working on something ...


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there are resources online that do some approximate conversion like Scholaro. You will have to use your exam grades (look on your diploma supplement) for your GPA, not the final grade. I'm Italian too and used similar services myself when I was looking for Master's programs in the US. To access the selected program you then typically need a certified ...


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I wouldn't be concerned. This is a common concern these days, so I'm sure they will understand. It might be that they tell you that it is not possible for legal reasons. It might however even be that they are happy to know you are willing/interested to work remotely for a while, since under the current circumstances, there might be significant difficulties/...


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In the US, the answer is almost certainly no, you should not ask to see your reference letters. Even the most positive letters contain candid descriptions that letter writers do not want to share. If you seek out those letters, you will strain your relationships with the writers, and you are less likely to get detailed letters in the future. Right now, you ...


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