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Swaralipi Kumar

2 months ago

How to build my profile for MEM

Hey, I am a recent graduate Ceramic engineering branch from India. I want to pursue MEM from Cornell or other top colleges, what kind of profile do I require to get an admit ?

I will start working in Saint gobain from this august onwards, I have done 2 internships, have 3 research papers , cgpa 9.44/10, but no such awards or honours. How should I develop my profile to increase my chances. #masters #ms

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Smoky Zz Mentor_tag

2 months ago

Hi swarlipi, As someone who applied for MEM, i can say that you have a really good GPA for all the MEMPC colleges, but MEMPC colleges either have video essays or interviews you have to attend after your application is processed to next round. But i would say that going for a 1 year degree without experience is going to be really hard as you have to complete 30 or credits in 2 semesters leaving you... See more

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Annie Borah

2 months ago

Hi Swaralipi, a candidate applying for MEM needs to have skills included and not limited to problem solving, critical and analytical thinking, leadership potential and good communication. In order to develop your profile, you can start working on these when you work at Saint Gobain. Make sure you have quantifiable metrics to showcase when you write your SOP. Also, go through the Program requiremen... See more

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A D Mentor_tag

2 months ago

Hi, Please consider completing your profile on yocket for a better response. The factors that affect your chances (from highest to lowest weightage) for a tech degree are- Bachelor's CGPA/percentage, GRE, TOEFL score, Projects accomplished(profile of a student for the degree, competitions won if any, research work if any. I am so glad you are reaching out this early to start your study abroad j... See more

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Akshay Magdum

2 months ago

Secure good scores in GRE and TOEFL/IELTS.