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GRE Tips, Five More - by Sunshine
by sunshinenjoy - 16502 reads, based on 29 votes
This post is in response to the numerous emails I have received this last one month regarding applying to the US. One thing that prospective applicants must understand is there is no hard and fast rule as to what would work and what would not. You must use your reasoning to decide that. Iíll try to touch on five general topics of queries I have received. Hope that helps.... More

The Dummy's Guide to the GRE
by sybarite - 15488 reads, based on 23 votes
Here is a structured framework for all those desirous of pursuing graduate studies abroad. The views expressed here are entirely my own, and please follow my advice at your own risk. 1. Decide what branch you wanna apply for.. the fields is vast and the potential immense.. but the more common career options are public health , Microbiology and immunology, genetics , cellular and molecular biology, Pathology , Biochemistry and bioinformatics . Others include nutrition , dietetics , psychology , health management, Physiology and Pharmacology . I must add here that there is a reason why public health is so popular.. it is a lot easier to get into. Though there is more funding in micro, the c... More

GRE - 14 Steps To America
by advisor - 20743 reads, based on 62 votes
Here are 14 must-do steps if you wish to clear your GRE and TOEFL and study in U.S (The Land Of Oppurtunities). If you are an aspirant then read on... 1. Passport : A valid passport serves as a primary means of identification to gain admission to your test centre and to your dream country. If you don't have a passport then apply for one as soon as possible, as you cannot appear for the GRE or TOEFL without it,but remember you can register for exams without a passport. ... More

A to Z Guide for GRE Exam after MBBS
by veenalanka - 40761 reads, based on 104 votes
I just wrote GRE (Graduate Record Examination, Conducted by ETS, U.S.) last week. I want to share whatever information I gathered with the future GRE test takers. Basically, I could not find as much info as I wanted when I was preparing for GRE. In addition I realized that people in cities have greater access to GRE aids than those from small towns and remote areas. GRE is quite a simple exam and there is no need you should back away from it simply due to baseless fears. I scored 1440 (verbal reasoning: 710 and quantitative reasoning: 730). Verbal reasoning and quantitative reasoning scores are reported on a 200-800 score scale, in 10-point increments. I am still awaiting ... More

Basic Steps Towards MS/ PhD at US Universities
by yogidas - 190604 reads, based on 349 votes
Hi friends, My name is Yogeshwar D. Suryawanshi.( NIT(REC), Calicut). First of all I would like to thank Ullash , Raj , Amit ,Sunil .. few to mention here.. my class mates who initiated me to write this article. My special thanks to ď SUJAY RAJENDRA SANGHAVI Ē from IIT Bombay who earlier made a similar effort by writing an article. The process for higher education in USA is supposed to be a long, meticulous and often painful process ( you can imagine from the size of this article), but is definitely worth it if you want a good graduate education in the engineering sciences. Some of you may know the process already; in that case please forward the article to your friends in need. This artic... More

General Tips For GRE by Sunshine
by sunshinenjoy - 15449 reads, based on 32 votes
I am writing this article because a lot of people wanted me to share my experiences regarding GRE. I took my GRE on the 17th of August 2005 and scored a neat 1370 (580 verbals + 790 quants). * The first thing you need to decide on is whether you will be able to handle the whole process of preparing and taking the GRE. Ofcourse there must have been tougher exams you have taken in life. Never mind that. All you need here is a lot of funda in english and the ability to do school level maths quickly. Remember, a lot of people take it, and make it as well. All you need is a positive attitude and lots of motivation and hard work.... More

How to choose a college in the US after GRE
by - 13330 reads, based on 9 votes
ROBERT RAYMER offers a practical guide to varsity-hunting for students hoping to further their studies in the US. ONE of the most difficult decisions for international students wishing to study in the United States is deciding which school, whether itís a college or university, is right for them. The choice can be overwhelming Ė over 3,000 colleges and universities to choose from. The fastest way to come to a decision is by process of elimination. If your programme of study is specific, like Landscape Architecture or Music Therapy, you eliminate all those schools that donít offer that major.... More


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