PostPosted: Fri Jul 06, 2007 7:04 pm Post subject: what are the odds of this!!
I hope you find this as funny and maybe even more interesting than myself... okay here it goes..
My profile is almost identical to yours; I'm currnetly interning at Fermilab..am an international student.. has abou the same GPA as yours..... planning on applying to Medical Physics PhD programs for the fall of 2008... I'm taking the general GREs in August... come from a mediocre college.. am not planning on taking the Physics GREs.. (too much work...Iol)
and yeah.. I came across this post and I just had to register to this forum and send you a message...
Hey keep in touch
What do you guys think about the job opportunities for F1 student in this field (with MS degree in Medical Physics)?
I am currently filling up the void in relevant material by taking a bunch of nuclear engineering classes, but I still plan to graduate next spring with a BS in ME.
just wanted to share my situation. I am planning on appling to a couple medical physics Programs; however my undergraduate degree is in radiation science technology. I definately have experience in the field, i work with in the radition oncology department as a radiation therapist but i also assist with the patient radiation dose calculation , calibration and quality controll aspect of the linear accelarators.
Does anyone think i have a good chance of getting in a msc program? my undrgrad GPA is 3.85; am planning on doing calculus 2and 3 along with 2 more semesters of physics.
audreyh wrote:Would you guys suggest I study hard and ace the physics GRE? or perhaps try to find some brilliant work experience?
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