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Common misconceptions in the MS and Ph.D. university admissions process

Episode 2, The Power Punch Club Podcast

From this day on, we declare that one of the goals of this podcast is to expose common misconceptions on this channel.

The misconceptions I talk about in this episode comes from analyzing several Facebook groups. The comments proved that students are being fed with misinformation. 

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In this episode, we talk about:

  • How common misconceptions are leading students astray
  • How focus on one aspect of our applications hinders its quality
  • How uniqueness and authenticity are important in your statement of purpose - SOP

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The Power Punch Club podcast features Dr. Varun Gandhi, who has a Ph.D. in Environmental Engineering from Georgia Tech (Georgia Institute of Technology) and Vineet Jain, who has an MBA from Carnegie Mellon University and Masters in Electrical Engineering from Georgia Tech. They have 18 years of combined experience in attending various top universities in America. They have both T.A. (teaching assistant) and R.A. (research assistant) experience. They have mentored numerous students during their grad school programs. They have worked at top firms in their respective fields with 10 years of combined experience working in the industry. They have 20 years of combined experience in university admissions.

The Power Punch Club podcast provides a fresh perspective of the university admissions process, job opportunities, interviews with experts, current and past students, professors, and university admissions committee members. Our mission is to combine tips and strategies from the experts with the journey and experience of past and current students, the research openings of faculty members, advice from university admissions committee members and experts in the student visa application process.

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