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Master in Medical Physic

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Hello,

This my first topic int this forum. I am an international student here in US. I have BSc as a Technologist and I am looking for master in medical physic. I would like to ask you about my chances here to get acceptance in US. I got low score in GRE ( 910 ) with 660 in Math.

So , can you guide me to schools that might accept this GRE score.

I think the most important thing in my application is that I have scholarship.

Thank you,
 

Choppy

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For a master list of accredited medical physics programs check out:
http://www.campep.org/campeplstgrad.asp

I'm not sure what a technologist BSc is. Generally you need a physics degree or equivalent to get in and the programs are competative. I don't know about GRE requirements though - I'm Canadian and most of our programs don't require that you write it (although you may have to if you have a degree from outside the country).
 

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With a BSc in (radiologic?) technology you will still have a lot of courses to make up before you can get into a MS program. If the GRE is in physics I guess it shows you that you have deficiencies. You might go to http://www.campep.org/contact.asp
for accredited graduate program information. Also check this list for non-accredited universities which have MS Med Phys programs. http://www.sdampp.org/programs.asp [Broken]
Non accredited does not mean it is a poor program just that it may not have appled for accreditation or does not fullfill all the requirements of the accreditation process. There are well known medical physicists in charge of many of these programs. Good Luck.
 
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