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Graduate Programs doesn't require physics sub

  1. Nov 2, 2009 #1
    Hi all,

    I am an international student expecting master's degree next summer in university of missouri-kansas city. I am planning to apply for a better program to finish my phd. My GPA in undergraduate is 3.71, current GPA is 4, and has a 660/800 GRE. I just found out that I missed the last chance to take GRE subject this year. But I still want to apply. So I have to know which program doesn't require physics subject test before I make my choice. I am checking about fifty programs online right now, and if you come up about an idea, please tell me.
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