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Fall 2018| GRE-329(159V 170 Q)|MS|CS|8.33| BITS Pilani
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Fall 2018| GRE-329(159V 170 Q)|MS|CS|8.33| BITS Pilani

Hi, I am a final year undergraduate student. I am planning to apply for MS in CS for fall 2018 .
Specialization in ML / AI

My profile:
College : BITS Pilani
Degree : B.E. Electronics and Communications
CGPA : 8.33
GRE : 329 (Q=170,V=159) AWA : 5
TOEFL: yet to give

Work Exp:
Internships:
Research internships at Indira Gandhi Center for Atomic Research (IGCAR) and IIT Bombay.

No papers published (1 under review in the field of ML/NLP)

Have done 2 projects in Deep Learning, 1 in Augmented Reality, 1 in NLP and 1 in ML.
I can get good recommendations from the HoD of CS dept, IITB prof and 2 profs at BITS.

Could someone suggest some universities in US and Canada for me where I might have a chance of getting an admit?
I have already filled the following 4 during GRE:

Stanford
CMU
GaTech
Rice

09-04-2017 12:40 AM
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RE: Fall 2018| GRE-329(159V 170 Q)|MS|CS|8.33| BITS Pilani

Great GRE & GPA.

Final list should have 4 ranked; 4 moderate and 2 safe ones.

Will give you safe ones here.
Vanderbilt
SUNY Buffalo
RIT
UNCC

Will give you the moderate lists once you fill out your unisearch profile. I notice this is the third thread we have been asking. This is meant to help the next gen of applicants. Edulix is highly db driven and your data will help. I suppose you believe in that. Please help us help you and others......

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RE: Fall 2018| GRE-329(159V 170 Q)|MS|CS|8.33| BITS Pilani

I think I have filled the unisearch profile to the best of my knowledge. If it is lacking anywhere please do let me know.

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kushagra1067

(09-05-2017 03:06 AM)Edulix_Editor Wrote:  Great GRE & GPA.

Final list should have 4 ranked; 4 moderate and 2 safe ones.

Will give you safe ones here.
Vanderbilt
SUNY Buffalo
RIT
UNCC

Will give you the moderate lists once you fill out your unisearch profile. I notice this is the third thread we have been asking. This is meant to help the next gen of applicants. Edulix is highly db driven and your data will help. I suppose you believe in that. Please help us help you and others......

cheers,

EE

09-08-2017 02:10 AM
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RE: Fall 2018| GRE-329(159V 170 Q)|MS|CS|8.33| BITS Pilani

Why don't you look around other threads here, dig around a little in the UniSearch system, research a few universities' programs and research happenings in your field of interest, and then give us an initial list? I mean, you're applying to grad school, you're expected to do the legwork on your own. Don't take this the wrong way, we're more than happy to help you when you need it, but all this initial stuff is something you as an applicant is supposed to do. We can and will guide you all you need, but you have to be able to help yourself, especially if things are easily accessible on the web.


1) Please mention as many details as possible about your academics, research and work-ex, in terms of projects worked on, technologies used, roles/responsibilities handled, papers published/presented, awards/honors obtained, etc. All those have to be put in the misc details section of your UniSearch profile if you expect any help on Edulix. Also, before requesting for profile evaluations, please go through this excellent post.

2) Please take some time out to read these three threads in their entirety. PLEASE do that before asking questions about universities from a comparison perspective, or jobs, or coursework, or H-1B visas, or "placements", irrespective of which univ/department/program/major you're applying to.

I love to read, and then I regurgitate. I write - a lot - as my posts here and on other outlets would show. I do not make apologies for what I write (and how long it is). I do not sugarcoat things either. I don't tolerate vague questions, for any reasons - ignorance arising out of an inability to locate information when the necessary tools to do so (i.e. the internet, libraries, university websites, other forums/bulletin boards, etc.) are readily available, is not any kind of an acceptable excuse.

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RE: Fall 2018| GRE-329(159V 170 Q)|MS|CS|8.33| BITS Pilani

Ah, I see. Thanks a lot. I will do the needful

Regards,
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(09-08-2017 02:33 AM)The_Observer Wrote:  Why don't you look around other threads here, dig around a little in the UniSearch system, research a few universities' programs and research happenings in your field of interest, and then give us an initial list? I mean, you're applying to grad school, you're expected to do the legwork on your own. Don't take this the wrong way, we're more than happy to help you when you need it, but all this initial stuff is something you as an applicant is supposed to do. We can and will guide you all you need, but you have to be able to help yourself, especially if things are easily accessible on the web.

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RE: Fall 2018| GRE-329(159V 170 Q)|MS|CS|8.33| BITS Pilani

Completely agreed to what said above. Do your legwork. Create a detailed profile post, and then we'll be more than happy to evaluate.

This goes for anyone who stumbles upon this thread. Move your asses.


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RE: Fall 2018| GRE-329(159V 170 Q)|MS|CS|8.33| BITS Pilani

Since the OP has created a new profile eval thread here, I'm closing this one.


1) Please mention as many details as possible about your academics, research and work-ex, in terms of projects worked on, technologies used, roles/responsibilities handled, papers published/presented, awards/honors obtained, etc. All those have to be put in the misc details section of your UniSearch profile if you expect any help on Edulix. Also, before requesting for profile evaluations, please go through this excellent post.

2) Please take some time out to read these three threads in their entirety. PLEASE do that before asking questions about universities from a comparison perspective, or jobs, or coursework, or H-1B visas, or "placements", irrespective of which univ/department/program/major you're applying to.

I love to read, and then I regurgitate. I write - a lot - as my posts here and on other outlets would show. I do not make apologies for what I write (and how long it is). I do not sugarcoat things either. I don't tolerate vague questions, for any reasons - ignorance arising out of an inability to locate information when the necessary tools to do so (i.e. the internet, libraries, university websites, other forums/bulletin boards, etc.) are readily available, is not any kind of an acceptable excuse.

"Don't be daft." - Ancalagon The Black

"With the exchange rate where it is now, it should be a strong deterrent against picking a slightly better program for a lot more tuition fees." - coolguru
09-13-2017 01:31 AM
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