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Profile Evaluation. Thanks in advance! [#permalink]
06 Jan 2012, 13:12
Age: 27 Undergraduate degree: Bachelors in Physics from University of Kansas (right under 3.0 - been awhile and I can't remember) Master Degree: Physics with a emphasis in Nuclear/Health Physics (GPA: 3.64) from Idaho State University (paid by the Idaho State University Assistantship) Vice President of Health Physic Society (Idaho State University) GMAT: Planning on taking it at the end of this month
-Worked through out my entire masters as a undergraduate lab instructor for general and engineering Physics 1 & 2. -Worked at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center as a Radiation Safety Specialist (6 months) -Accepted a job at a government agency called the Nuclear Regulatory Commission as a Health Physicist (Oct '11 -current)
I live in the Chicago area, so there are some great schools to consider. I know it will be hard to judge without a GMAT score, but I wanted to get your opinion on how good or bad my profile looks. All of the programs that I will be applying to will be part-time programs. I will be applying to Northwestern (Kellogg), DePaul, Loyola University of Chicago, and University of Chicago (Booth).