coreycwgriffin wrote:I'm not even bothering applying to stretch schools. Even if I got in to them I'd feel too over my head to actually accept.
secander2! wrote:@coreycwgriffin, that's one way to do it Seriously though, I wondered what it would be like to go to a "reach" school and then to find that no professors wanted to take me as a student; what happens at that point?!?!
mrjammin wrote:This might be a good thread to relay my predicament
I am applying to graduate school for a PhD in electrical engineering. I took the regular GRE in June and took the Nov. 8th physics GRE (I have a bachelor's in Physics too). I am not planning on hitting the submit button on my applications until December 10th when I find my score out and can fill it on the app.
However, since most of my apps are due the 15th, when should I send my GRE scores? I asked ETS if both scores could be sent for the cost of one but they avoided my question. Should I send my GRE scores now, and then send my Physics GRE scores later, after the 10th when I find out what they are (This would be twice as expensive!)?
casaubon wrote:I think for the top schools you can't have a wishy-washy personal statement. It needs to show a level of scientific maturity and familiarity with the day to day experience of a working researcher.
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