You should def?nitely send your scores. 820 is an excellent score considering the fact that you are away from the school for 11 years.
I am trying to figure out if I should send my CS subject score to CS programs that say they only require the CS subject test for applicants that did not have an undergraduate degree in CS.
I am applying for CS PHD programs in southern California. So far I have applied to UCI, UCSD, UCLA, and UCR. I am interested in a CS PHD in AI and really only want to do a masters if it is necessary to get into a PHD program.
I graduated from UC Berkeley 11 years ago, and have been working for a variety of software companies since then. During most of the time I have been director of engineering. I have a little research experience, but no papers published.
My CS GRE score is 820
My General GRE scores are 780Q, 630V, 5.5AWA
MY GPA at UC Berkeley was 3.7
All my recomendations will be excellent, but from supervisors (VP of engineering) and not professors since I have been out of school for so long.
What do you think about sending a CS Subject Score of 820
Thanks for your feedback
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