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Debasish716
Debasish716 • Mar 15, 2012

Need help regarding MS in US

Hi,
I am in my final year now,and want to do MS in electronics in US. My academics records are:
BTech(upto 6th sem):8.66
XIIth-86%
Xth-91%
I havent appeared for gre or toefl but I hope i will do well in those. Can anyone help me by suggesting some names of universities?? Am I elligible for some good univs in US or Canada,I mean judging by my credentials do i stand a chance of getting into any good(need not be fantastic) univ in US or canada?? Please help me!!!
Ankita Katdare
Ankita Katdare • Mar 15, 2012
Yes, you are eligible for a lot of universities.

The best or popular universities for Electronics and Communication in US are:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology Cambridge,
Stanford University Stanford,
University of California- Berkeley,
University of Illinois--Urbana-Champaign Urbana,
California Institute of Technology Pasadena,
Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta,
University of Michigan--Ann Arbor,
Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh,
Cornell University Ithaca,
Princeton University,
Purdue University
avii
avii • Mar 18, 2012
the colleges listed above are tier - 1 universities of US. It's everyone's DREAM to get into them.

Sorry to say, your academics aren't that extraordinary. So concentrate more on GRE. In old scale, you should score minimum 1400 & 1500+ will be benefited.

More importantly, you need to have good background in research. You should have minimum 3-4 papers presented in International Conferences. And LOR from a very good professor & a kickass SOP can land you in top colleges of USA.

Let me tell you one more thing, if you don't have good research background & not presented any papers, then even with 1400 score in GRE, you cannot get admission in those univs.

Best of luck 😉
Jyothi Jo
Jyothi Jo • Dec 8, 2012
avii
the colleges listed above are tier - 1 universities of US. It's everyone's DREAM to get into them.

Sorry to say, your academics aren't that extraordinary. So concentrate more on GRE. In old scale, you should score minimum 1400 & 1500+ will be benefited.

More importantly, you need to have good background in research. You should have minimum 3-4 papers presented in International Conferences. And LOR from a very good professor & a kickass SOP can land you in top colleges of USA.

Let me tell you one more thing, if you don't have good research background & not presented any papers, then even with 1400 score in GRE, you cannot get admission in those univs.

Best of luck 😉
X---- 90%
Xl & Xll--- 89.5%
B tech.----75% with 4 backlogs
How much GRE score should i get and what should i do to get into first TOP 20 colleges in US.. 😔
Please help
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[Prototype] • Dec 9, 2012
Jyothi Jo
X---- 90%
Xl & Xll--- 89.5%
B tech.----75% with 4 backlogs
How much GRE score should i get and what should i do to get into first TOP 20 colleges in US.. 😔
Please help
As the above user said, if you've any research background, presented any paper, have patents on your name or any such extra-ordinary record, your academics would be probably overlooked completely.

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