MS in the US without GRE

MS in the US without GRE

Masters in USA that don’t require GRE  GRE is a mandatory requirement for most MS Programs in the U.S.A, however there are a few programs that accept students into their graduate programs / MS Programs without the GRE. While the number of options may be limited, there’s no harm in knowing your options. The following…

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About GRE : The Graduate Record Examination

A few things to know about GRE The GRE general test evaluates skills which closely reflect the graduate school requirements. GRE is a three parts the exam with verbal reasoning which measures your abilities to understand, reflect, analyse written material, quantitative reasoning which measures your problem solving abilities using basic mathematical concepts and last but…

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GRE or GMAT? Which should I choose?

The question of whether you should take the GRE or GMAT can be a very puzzling one. These are both standardized tests aimed at students who want to pursue a masters abroad (specifically USA). What makes this more challenging is that the GRE is also accepted at most B-schools for their MBA programs. So which…

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A detailed look at the GRE Syllabus

One of the first things you should do before you start your GRE preparation is to get completely familiar with the GRE syllabus. This article will address aspects such as question types, sections and scoring mechanism to give you an in-depth understanding of all you need to know before you start your GRE preparation.   GRE…

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Analytical Writing Assessment – Argument Essay builder

The GRE Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) Argument essay can take away valuable mental resources if you do not know how to strategically approach it on the day of the test. Remember – the GRE AWA tasks last 1 hour and are the first sections you will come across on the day of the test. If…

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Learn new words: 5 idioms you can use at work!

Did you know that the best way to learn new words is to use them in every day contexts? This works only if you use it correctly of course! 😉 If you are preparing for the GRE, IELTS or any of the other similar competitive exams, then chances are that you most likely will have…