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Fall 2018 | MS | CSE | GRE (V: 153, Q: 168) | TOEFL 110 | CGPA 9.02 | No paper pub
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Fall 2018 | MS | CSE | GRE (V: 153, Q: 168) | TOEFL 110 | CGPA 9.02 | No paper pub

Hi,

I will be applying for Masters in Computer Science with specialization in Machine Learning for Fall 2018 in USA and Canadian Universities. Below is my profile:

Undergrad Major, B.Tech: Computer Science and Engineering
CGPA: 9.02/10
College Rank: top 10 out of 350 students
GRE: 321 (Q-168 | V-153 | AWA-3.5)
TOEFL: 110 (Reading: 27, Listening: 28, Speaking: 27, Writing: 28)
Institution : Private University in Greater Noida

No Papers

Internships:
1.5 month internship in Image Processing at Indian Statistical Institute, Kolkata
4 month internship in Computer Vision at a start-up

Work Experience:
2 years of work experience at MNC related to Computer Vision algorithms (used for automation of vehicles)

Co-curricular:
Placement coordinator in final year of college

LOR:
1 from HoD of CSE at college (strong)
1 from Computer Vision technical head at present company
1 from CEO of start-up

Kindly let me know my chances of getting in these universities:
Carnegie Mellon University (CMU)
Georgia institute of technology (Gatech)
University of Massachusetts, Amherst (UMass)
University of California, San Diego ( UCSD)
New York University (NYU)

I am majorly confused between CMU, GaTech and UCSD for ambitious category and also NYU vs UMass. I wish to apply in a college where I have better chance of selection. Seniors, suggestions would be really appreciated.

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Thank you in advance Smile

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12-05-2017 02:19 PM
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RE: Fall 2018 | MS | CSE | GRE (V: 153, Q: 168) | TOEFL 110 | CGPA 9.02 | No paper pub

Fellow applicant (same dilemma, no research papers) here is my take on your profile!

CMU AMBI
UIUC HIGHAMBI
GATECH MODAMBI
USC SAFE (gpa centric)
UMASS MODAMBI
UTORONTO HIGH AMBI
UBC MODAMBI

look at
Ambi upenn ucsd
Modambi uci minnesota umich
Mod ucsb ohiostate cuboulder
Modsafe rutgers stonybrook
Safe utd sunybuffalo ufl


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RE: Fall 2018 | MS | CSE | GRE (V: 153, Q: 168) | TOEFL 110 | CGPA 9.02 | No paper pub

Hi, thanks for the suggestion. Can you also suggest between UMass and NYU?


(12-05-2017 04:36 PM)anagh876 Wrote:  Fellow applicant (same dilemma, no research papers) here is my take on your profile!

CMU AMBI
UIUC HIGHAMBI
GATECH MODAMBI
USC SAFE (gpa centric)
UMASS MODAMBI
UTORONTO HIGH AMBI
UBC MODAMBI

look at
Ambi upenn ucsd
Modambi uci minnesota umich
Mod ucsb ohiostate cuboulder
Modsafe rutgers stonybrook
Safe utd sunybuffalo ufl

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RE: Fall 2018 | MS | CSE | GRE (V: 153, Q: 168) | TOEFL 110 | CGPA 9.02 | No paper pub

I'd say NYU is a safe-mod for your profile, whereas UMass would be a ambitious bet.


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RE: Fall 2018 | MS | CSE | GRE (V: 153, Q: 168) | TOEFL 110 | CGPA 9.02 | No paper pub



A majority of your univs are ambi. While it is appreciated to be ambitious, it is better to have a safety net. Add 2-3 mod and 2 safe univs and you should be good.

All the best, my friend Very Happy


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