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Law School Admission Test (LSAT)
Law School Admission Test (LSAT)

Exam Date: 28 Jun, 2020

Declaration of Result: 13 Jul, 2020 (Tentative)

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Hello, i have a cgpa of 8.2 in 10th, 68% in 12th and 57% in graduation along with 20 weeks of internsips during graduation and i am planning to take GMAT to try and score 700+ in it. Will i then be eligible for SP Jain PGDM programme?

Shivang Dubey 2nd Jun, 2020

Hey Pratik

According to your academic scores you need to have an excellent score in either XAT, GMAT or CAT. And to be eligible for admission you need to score at least 650+ in GMAT. And for GMAT, you should score at east 750-760 marks to compensate your previous records and get a call for PGDM further admission process.

And your selection depends on your performance and the deciding committee which cannot be predicted easily, but to be on safer side, score good. For further query ask us, All the best.

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what is better ? NEET PG or USMLE ?

Shivani Chaudhary 2nd Jun, 2020

Hello !

NEET PG & USMLE are entrance exams to crack the best PG seat.

There is no comparison between the both, It depends on what you want. If you want to practice in the USA ,then u should go for USMLE.

If you want to practice in India then go for NEET PG. NEETPG is a single exam to test your knowledge on subjects.

USMLE is a three-step exam series. After USMLE you can work in many countries including India without any licensing exams.

Thanks!

All the best!

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