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danton  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, February 01, 2011 8:24:10 AM(UTC)
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danton2011-02-01 16:30:54
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#2 Posted : Tuesday, February 01, 2011 8:25:35 AM(UTC)
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Can anyone help?

 

Today I just received my evaluation report of my studies. So I tried to make a resume and I have many questions.

 

First of all I do not completely  understand the evaluation and how I will use the information from this report to make the resume.

 

1) The evaluation was done by WES and it says for my first degree that it is equivalent to a Bachelor's and Master's degree in Mechanical Engineering. They only gave me one GPA score for this (GPA=2.80 too low?) and a total semester credits =172. How do I insert this in the resume? Do I declare this just as a Master degree? What is GPA max for this ?

 
 

2) The equivalency for my second degree is "Two years of advance graduate study"  What does this mean?Do I HAVE a Msc or NOT? Not only is it graduate studies  but it is also advance...The thing is I needed only 1 year more for a Phd but stopped at the Msc so maybe they saw that. Can I use this degree as a Msc?This is not a Engineering degree but a Master of science degree. GPA=3.65, Credits=46 GPA max for this too?

 

I appreciate any help and advise

danton2011-02-01 16:33:12
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