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Magoosh’s Recommended Sites for Graduate School

Hey there aspiring graduate students! We’ve been collecting a few of our favorite places to go on the net to pass along to you. Check out the page now! Magoosh’s Grad School Recommended Sites and Resources

Of course this list is far from complete, so if you have any thoughts about which resources have helped you the most in your grad school journey, let me know in the comments!

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2 Responses to Magoosh’s Recommended Sites for Graduate School

  1. Anchal February 28, 2014 at 9:01 pm #

    hi chris,
    I have recently given my GRE, and I scored 152 V and 167 Q, I have a percentile of 100% in my university, and I am planning for masters in architecture from MIT or Michigan or USC or Florida, although I just wanted to know whether I am being over ambitious, and whether I stand a chance of getting a scholarship in these universities.
    I have been participating in several competitions, and have won a few, also I have an experience of working for around 6-7 months.

    • Rita Kreig
      Rita Kreig March 2, 2014 at 1:42 pm #

      Hi Anchal!

      Congratulations, both for your GRE scores and for winning competitions!

      I think that you certainly stand a good chance of getting into an excellent architecture program, and possibly earning a scholarship. Of course, there are never any guarantees, so make sure that you spend a lot of time preparing excellent applications and that you apply both to reach and ‘safety’ schools.

      Best of luck!

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