- This has become our largest and most active forum because the physics GRE is just one aspect of getting accepted into a graduate physics program.
- There are applications, personal statements, letters of recommendation, visiting schools, anxiety of waiting for acceptances, deciding between schools, finding out where others are going, etc.
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What chances do I stand in a Candian university for M.Sc. / Ph.D. with following profile
Master in Physics 73%
One semester leading to a dissertation
Bachelor's 54 %
GRE Physics 800
Country of origin India
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it's harder to get into UBC and the University of Toronto than Manitoba or Western.
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Also, it is very important (in Canada) to talk to a professor or two at the university you are applying to BEFORE you apply. Graduate admissions are a little different in Canada than the States, who you know and who knows you is very important.
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what do you mean by bachelor 54%, master 73%. are they your GPAs?
as dmahler said, in CA its also probable that a professor admit you than admission committee.