Is it possible to enter the master course of US with a low GPA, but with 5 years of experience?
I will try in the most concise form to describe your background and what are the plans. Correct me please if I did something wrong.
I am 25 years old, have higher technical education (bachelor, is not IT, but engineering), graduated in 2016.
In the school leaving certificate GPA = ~3.9
The diploma of the University a lot of threes
Give yourself a report that is to blame for my laziness, but, frankly, in school and at University, it's very easy given the exact Sciences, but not about this.
There was a desire to act in a magistracy USA in the field of Computer Science and it with an ulterior motive - more than 5 years working as a developer, there is a very interesting experience (high productivity, big data, experience in N years with different programming languages), and for a number of years, I learn math (engaged with Tutors for several years), and decided it was time to "legitimize" this knowledge, received a degree in CS.
- there are multiple certifications from Oracle, Microsoft, Cisco
- 80% of the projects in the portfolio - interesting and unique
- recommendation letter is from all of the companies in which he worked
- the ability to pay for it
With English everything is OK, started to prepare to TOEFL/IELTS and SAT/GRE.
1) what are the chances to go to normal universities?
2) what are the chances of do in normal universities in the good results of TOEFL/IELTS SAT/GRE?
3) what are the chances to do the same, for example, the MIT/Berkley/Stanford, with good results, TOEFL/IELTS, SAT/GRE, and as you know, "your" account?
PS going to volunteer, how to depart this whole pandemic
P. S. S can theoretically explain the reason for the low GPA.
P. S. S. S confirm the level of knowledge projects, contributorthe, etc.
high GPA has never been the sole criterion for admission to a particular institution of the United States.
there are people with high GPA and tests, which are wrapped good, but not very famous universities, but it takes an mit or Harvard. there are examples to the contrary.
universities look not only at figures, but in an introductory essay (why you think you are able/worthy to study at this University), and your background.
and every school looks at it differently.