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Hi all.
I am an international student. I am considering applying for physics grad program in North America.
I had very low GPA in my first two years in university (around 2.00) and later dropped out of school voluntarily. I managed to get into a university few years ago and ended up with around 3.85 technical GPA. I just took PGRE(940) and GRE General(V: 144, AW: no result yet, Q: 169). I don't have much research experience but I have been helping a professor on his project for around a year. I don't have any publication.
I am wondering if my low GPA in my first two years will hurt my application. Also, I don't have a good score on GRE verbal section and I don't expect I can get a good score on analytical writing because English is my second language. Given these situations, is there any chance for me to get accepted into top tier university?
 

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