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Grad School recommendations for Physics
I'm a physics undergrad at the University of Tulsa going into my senior year. My plan is to get into a physics phd program. I'm mainly interested in particle/high-energy physics but also would consider going into the plasma/nuclear physics area. I have a 3.7 gpa and around 2 years of research experience with a paper published in Physics Letters B. I haven't taken the GRE or Physics GRE yet although I will in the next couple months. I've been doing a lot of research on a bunch of grad schools and so far the only one I'm for sure going to apply to is UC Berkeley. I'm interested to know what people think my chances of getting into Berkeley or a similar school are and suggestions of other grad schools to apply too, especially "safer" schools. Thanks in advance.