thehairupthere wrote:Since GPAs vary a lot between countries, a perfect pGRE score would probably rectify your GPA. Also, since you mentioned Ohio, it is probably noteworthy to say that, if you do not know yet, it is much harder for international students to be admitted to public/state universities as they usually have a high quota of domestic students.
roshan2004 wrote:Thanks for the reply. I am planning to take PGRE in coming september and try to apply in January-2017. So, if it is hard for me to get admitted in public/state universities , then which universities can be the safe options for me. But, it's not only about the possible safest options but also the universities which match my research interests. Despite working extensively on computational Biophysics, I have multiple research experiences in Material Science, Spectroscopy and Nuclear Physics. So, will these research experiences also help me along with possible good PGRE score when I apply to some of these US universities?
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