Is grad school an option

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lucy
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Is grad school an option

Postby lucy » Wed Oct 19, 2011 1:13 pm

I am currently a senior at University of Central Florida and hope to graduate this spring. I will be applying to graduate schools this December.

My overall GPA so far is 3.5
My physics major GPA so far is 3.3

Quantitative GRE - 770
Verbal GRE - 710
I don't know the written yet.

I will be taking the PGRE in November. Students from my school typically don't score very well on the PGRE.

What are my chances of getting into grad school and what schools should I even apply to?

Thank you for any suggestions you might have.

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midwestphysics
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Re: Is grad school an option

Postby midwestphysics » Wed Oct 19, 2011 1:28 pm

Well, someone with the capability to search the profile threads would see that yes it is an option. They'd also be able to get some ideas on where to apply. You're not going to get people to tell you anything with a post like that, read the forum guidelines and search before you ask. And don't double post.




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