Increasing trend in GPA, Low PGRE, International Student! Any Suggestions?

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Increasing trend in GPA, Low PGRE, International Student! Any Suggestions?

Postby xkcd0803 » Thu Nov 03, 2016 3:37 am

Undergrad Institution: Foreign, Best in my country, South Asian
Major(s): Physics
Minor(s): Math, Statistics
GPA in Major: Not calculated
Overall GPA:74/100
Length of Degree: 4 yrs
Position in Class: Struggling in first year, middle in second, top in third and fourth year.
Type of Student: International South Asian Male

GRE Scores : Revised
Q: 170
P: 770

TOEFL Total: 107

Research Experience: I have done senior year project report. But that's all.
Special Bonus Points: Strong LORs.

My situation is I've improved my grade year by year. There is increasing trend in GPA. Is that helpful?

My PGRE score 770, according to other replies in this forum is very low for international students. :( :(
And the thing is , I really am not sure what I want to do in grad school. CMT or HEP or Nuclear! I am interested in all.
Any suggestion regarding where to apply? And the job prospects of CMT, HEP or Nuclear degrees? Thank you.

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