This is my application information i want to ask is there any chance for me to get into grad school if i get +900 gre physics or i should forget about studying PHD .
Undergrad Institution: good university in middle east
GPA in Major:12.5/20( C) (2 in scale of 4)
Length of Degree: 4
[master degree ]: best university in my country
GPA in Major:16.84/20 (A) (3.7 in scale of 4)
Length of Degree: 2
Type of Student: International, male
GRE Scores : (revised
TOEFL Total: 100
Research Experience: some research as master thesis
Awards/Honors/Recognitions: Rank 48 in national master degree entrance exam among 8000 applicant
Pertinent Activities or Jobs: teaching assistant for one year
Special Bonus Points: some PHD Courses like CFT ,Electrodynamic and mathematical courses but i dont thing they gonna count cuz i am applying for biophysics ,very good recommendations from best physicists in my country
Applying to Where:
Emory university Rejected 2/10
Kansas state University Waitlist 2/2
Wake Forest University Rejected 2/10
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