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Hi all,

Requesting you to kindly evaluate my profile and give me suggestions regarding universities. I would like to pursue MS in CS(Machine Learning).

GRE - 304 (Q-160/V-144/AWA-3)
TOEFL - Scores Awaiting
CGPA 8.45/10 B.Tech. in Information Technology from National Institute Of Technology, Durgapur(2008- 2012).
12th 80%, Kendriya Vidyalaya Tuli, Nagaland(2008)
10th 90%, Kendriya Vidyalaya Tuli, Nagaland(2006)

Following research papers has been presented by me:
1. Towards Optimizing Average Journey Time in a City at the 1st International Conference on Computing Business Applications and Legal Issue, IMT Ghaziabad, New Delhi, India, March 3-4, 2011 pp. 260-271, Proceedings of Computing Business Applications and Legal Issues.

2.Presented another paper 'A Formal Teacher Student Interactivity in a Tele-Teaching System” at 6th National Conference on “Information Technology and Energy Management” at GLA Group Of Institutions, Mathura February 20-21, 2010.

Having around 5 years of working experience which includes 4 years as Automation Tester and 1 year as Android Developer.

Below listed are the colleges for which i wanted the evaluation of my profile:
1. California Institute Of Technology
2. University of San Diego
3. University of Southern California
4. UC Irvine
5. SJSU
6. Georgia Tech
7. Cornell University
8. Columbia University
9. CMU
10. Stonybrook University
11. North Carolina State University
12. University of Florida, Gainsville
13. Texas A&M, College Station
14. University Of Minnesota.

My profile on unisearch:
http://edulix.com/unisearch/user.php?uid=337057

Tagging Seniors:
The_Observer
Chirantar
Edulix_Editor
Dragon_Warrior
The_Chharraa

Thanks in Advance!
Hi:

This was my original list in a separate thread.....I am recommending the same list again....

Gre Q is great; but V pulled you down......Nonetheless the list is ambitious and let us see how it goes...

Ambitious
University of California, San Diego
Georgia Tech
Cornell University
Columbia University
University Of Minnesota.

Moderate to Ambitious
North Carolina State University
University of Florida, Gainsville
Texas A&M, College Station
University of Southern California
UC Irvine

Safe
SJSU
Stonybrook University
UTD
UTA
Syracuse

You just need to tweak this list and come up with a final list.....

cheers,

EE
Edulix_Editor
Thanks a lot for evaluating my profile. I know I screwed up my GRE. The scores I had mentioned in separate thread was what I was getting in mock GRE, but the actual results are the above ones. Because of some mysterious reasons(which i am unable to figure out), I am not performing my 100% in my exam. During Power Prep I and II, I received 322 and 318 respectively, but in actual just got 304. Little bit afraid before applying to any university. So, could you please help me face the reality as few of my seniors are quite skeptical of me getting SJSU in this score. Requesting you to please go through my profile again and suggest some university wherein I will be able to grab a job as I am not aiming for PHD.
Add SDSU. You should be good. I stand with my list.

Cheers

EE
Thanks Edulix_Editor.

Tagging CS seniors:
aditya57
bigkeydi
Imagery@Apu
Ancalagon The Black
dark22cross

Please help me shortlist universities according to my profile.
Tagging MSmaverick. Please spare few minutes to evaluate my profile. Thanks in advance.
mikip26

I apologize for the delay. Your experience is a great plus in your profile. Though, improving your GRE will go a long way in securing admits to the colleges on your list. If you are still planning on applying with same scores, my suggestion is to go with 5 safe, 3 mod, 2 ambi or in a similar ratio.

All the best my friend Smile
MSmaverick
Could you please help me bifurcate the list according to safe, moderate and ambitious?

Thanks a lot in advance.
Chirantar

Please provide your feedback on my profile. Thanks is advance.
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