Moose Muscles wrote:I graduated in May 09' from a smaller, accredited university (Francis Marion University, Florence SC) and have been working a little to pay back some student loans. I am looking to get into University of South Carolina, Dartmouth, and a few other options including Georgia Institute of Technology. So I began preparing for my GRE and PGRE.
My question is not necessarily GRE/PGRE based, it is gear more towards the mention of research. As an undergrad we did not do much out of class research so I don't have much under my belt.
Do you think my professors from my undergrad, also where I work (@FMU) can offer me research opportunities with them where I can locally get research experience while preparing for the exams this coming fall?
Any advice would help.
p.s. My gpa is very sub-par in my opinion. I am the first to go to a university and I worked 3 part time jobs while obtaining my B.S. in computational physics. Ultimately I know this will effect whether I get in or not, so I really need a 900+ PGRE
msccc wrote:I'm Rimpi Banik..i'm a 1st year mecanical engineering student.from kolkata..please can any of u give me some information about GRE...wht's the subject's are,and how to prepare,name of some good books...i don't know anything ...can u help me..
suineglooc wrote:M studyin in your city in 2nd year Electrical, gues u need 2 figure out wt u want to study 4 masters first. If u r lukin 4 a masters in Mech engg den you can make do with the general GRE with Eglish and Math knowledge(If u hv heard of CAT, dis would 12 times easier dan dat)
But if u r lukin 4 higher study n research in Physics or any physics related sub, u hv to study 4 general as well as subject GRE. Dis is a forum for physics GRE, for official info, check out http://www.ets.org . Dere you would find more details.
BTW, m lukin 4 people studing 4 physics, if interested, contact me thru this forum.
HappyQuark wrote:Good god man! I had to actively search through your paragraph to make sure you spelled at least one word correctly. You did, but just barely.
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