Chances for Grad Petroleum engineering program (MS) Fall 2010

<p>Hey all, FIrst off Happy New Year!</p>

<p>I am currently in the process of applying to Graduate schools for MS in Petroleum Engineering for Fall 2010 semester.</p>

<p>My Profile:</p>

<p>International Student
Good residential High school (IB Diploma)
Undergrad: University of Tulsa, B.S. Chemical Engineering (GPA-3.06, low i know)
GRE: 1st attempt: 1110 (Q-730, V-380) AWA-4
2nd attempt: 1150 (Q-600, V-550) AWA-4
Best combined score- 1280 (Q-730, V-550 )</p>

<p>Currently working with a local Oil Service/Trading company</p>

<p>Applying to:</p>

<ol>
<li>UT Austin (none to slim chance i think, better chance of getting into Stanford..haha)</li>
<li>Texas A&M (Hopeful)</li>
<li>Tulsa (don't want to go here again)</li>
<li>USC (hopeful)</li>
<li>Penn State (hopeful)</li>
<li>LSU - (good chance)</li>
<li>Houston - (good chance)</li>
<li>Pittsburgh - (good chance)</li>
</ol>

<p>Has anyone else been accepted to the PE grad program for fall 2010?</p>

<p>I don't think TAMU looks at best combined GRE score. With your GPA barely above a 3.0, to be competitive at UT and TAMU you are going to need to raise your GRE -- especially your Quantitative section to atleast >750, and your Verbal to atleast >500.</p>

<p>Hello moviebuff87,</p>

<p>I have applied to a lot of the same schools that you have. Like you, I am an international student and I'm hoping to get into one of the MS Programs in petroleum engineering.</p>

<p>Have you heard back from any of the schools at this stage? I am hoping that they'll get back to us soon...</p>

<p>Cheers mate!</p>

<p>Hey Moviebuff87, Rambo85</p>

<p>I am a PETE Engineering major from University of Alaska Fairbanks. I am an international student.</p>

<p>I will be applying for master in Spring 2011. Got a GRE score of 1280 (Q=720, V=560) AWA=4</p>

<p>I was wondering which college you guys finally got into and did anyone offer funding. Your replies would be very helpful.</p>

<p>Thanks.</p>