I want to pursue MS in ECE in USA. Should i write GRE or IELTS?
to pursue a MS degree in the USA for the branch of ECE you will required to write GRE. In addition to GRE you can also take up the ILETS Exam but most colleges consider GRE scores while giving admission to students.
If somone who has 2 years gap between 12th and BE tries to applies for masters in USA,Is it mandatory to mention the reason behind the gap years or the good CGPA in UG,GRE marks and every other documents which are required which are quit impressive will suffice?
Yes, you need to justify your year gap during VISA Verification! Usually 1 year of gap will be allowed but when it exceeds it, then you will be asked for proper reasons. You have to show proof for your reasons like if you had any sickness you must show them your medical certificate stating you suffered from so and so. If you were working somewhere, then the proof for that. Whatever the reason is, have a proof in handy so you can provide it when asked!
Hope this is helpful!
All the best!
is GRE is required for doing MS in Germany?
As far as Top Universities like TU Berlin, TU Munich, RWTH Aachen are concerned, GRE Score is required for Graduate Admission Purposes. However, Many Universities in Germany dont require the GRE Score mandatorily and you should check it up with the University's Admission Office. As far as Indian Students are concerned, German Universities RWTH Aachen and TU Munich also accepts GATE Scorecard besides GRE for Admission Purposes along with the TOEFL/IELTS Score.
To know more about MS in Germany do follow the link below
I have 2 years gap between BE and 12th.I am currently studying at BMSCE banglore.Will this 2 years gap affect while applying for Masters in USA by giving GRE ?
having a gap between your 12th standard and your BE degree course might have chances to affect your application process while applying abroad for your Masters degree in the USA. Having a taken a gap year can be seen in a positive or negative respective depending on the reason stated by the aspiring student.
A gap year can be seen in a positive light if the student has taken a gap year for the following reasons,
- When the student takes the responsibility of a family in an emergency
- When the student takes a break to build language skills
- When the student volunteers for the development and betterment of any community
The situation can be taken in a negative perspective if,
- While applying to a program, during the admission process
- While taking an education (https://www.gyandhan.com/study-abroad-education-loans)
- While looking for a job during and after pursuing your bachelor degree
best GRE coaching institutes in banglore and in india?
Aspirants..The following are the best GRE coaching institutes in bangalore:
2) TIME - Triumphant Institute Of Management Education.
3) Manya Education.
4) Career Launcher.
5) IMTP Consultancy Services.
6) Conduira Education.
7) Gateway Abroad.
8) Krishna Consultants.
Hope this helps.
All the very best.
can I get to about gre exams ?
I hope you meant to ask information about GRE exam.
GRE (Graduate Record Examination) is administered by Educational Testing Services or ETS. It is a globally accepted entrance exam and its scores are accepted in colleges and universities in over 160 countries across the globe.
GRE is of two types - General Test(includes quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning and analytical writing.) and Specialized ( are subject wise and have to be writter by candidates to apply for niche postgraduate programs which require proof of subject expertise.)
To get more information please check out the following link:
I have completed my graduation in Mechanical Engineering and further I want to pursue MS. What are some good options for a GRE score of 300?
GRE is just a small part of your profile .US universities look at your over all profile.
But yes many universities have minimum GRE score required to get an admit.Many universes mention that they consider a GRE score 300 ( I.e., they would consider a minimum of 158 or 160 in quant ) but they will never accept people with a GRE score less than 310 or say 315.
The only to know if you can get an admit in a university is by looking at previous year admits and comparing them with your profile
Join the MS in US stupidsid group on Facebook and look at the last year admits and try getting in touch with them.
All The Best.
How should I prepare for the AWA section of the GRE?
There is no such book for preparation of writing section (AWA) for GRE. To prepare for this, you must practive englisg allday, everyday. Try to use english language in your daily conversations. Watch hollywood TV shows, learn new words, watch english news channels. Also, try to write atleast an article with 300-400 words everyday. learn the correct use of punctuation marks, exclamatory signs, aspostrophe etc.
detailed syllabus for GRE AND HOW TO PREPARE WHEN TO APPLY
Gre has two test formats- General test and subject test.
General test is the standard examination for testing the applicant's verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning and analytical writing skills.
1.Analytical writing aims to measure the candidate's ablity to articulate complex ideas in an effective manner and can also support those ideas with reasons and examples.
2. Verbal reasoning aims to measure the candidate's ability to analyze and draw conclusions from the discourse, reason from the given data, select important topics, summarize text, understand the material and relationship in concepts. Topics covered under the verbal section are: basic sentence structure: nouns, pronouns,adjectives ; verb tense, idioms and idiomatic expressions, pronoun agreement,subject-verb agreement, modifiers, parallelism.
3.Quantitative reasoning aims to measure the candidate's understanding of quantitative information, interpretation and analysis of it, solving mathematical models and application of basic skills and elementary mathematical concepts. Topics covered under quantitative reasoning are: Ratio and proportion, profit and loss, speed'distance and tine' simple and compound interest,linear equations, permutation and combination, sets theory,quadratic equations, statistics, power and roots, probability, pipes,cisterns,work,time, lines and angles, triangles, polygon, quadrilateral, circles, coordinate geometry, order of operations, volume and surface area, percentage, number properties.
Subject test on the other hand is for specific courses which might be required by the college as it focuses on judging the applicant's skills in a particular field. It consists of the following subjects:
1. Biology: cellular and molecular biology, organismal biology, ecology and evolution.
2. Chemistry: Analytical chemistry, inorganic chemistry, organic chemistry, physical chemistry
3.Literature in English: Literary analysis, identification, culture and historical context, history and theory of literary criticism.
4. Mathematics: Algebra,calculus, additional topics
4. physics: Classical mechanism, electromagnetism, optics and wave phenomena, thermodynamics and statistical mechanics, quantum mechanics, atomic physics, special relativity, laboratory methods, specialized topics.
5.Psychology: biological,cognitive, developmental, social, clinical,measurement/methodology/other
registering for GRE
There is not fixed date for gre exams. you can choose the date according to your availability but make sure that the date that you have chose in two months apart from the date of application deadline.
i have scored 318 in GRE (159 V & 159 Q). What B schools can i expect in USA, with a decently good profile and Acads. My undergrad CGPA is 8.2/10
Hello, Based on previous year trend you may expect to get admission in the following colleges
- UT McCombs
- UNC – Kenan-Flagler
- Washington – Foster
- Georgetown – McDonough
- Indiana – Kelley
- Notre Dame – Mendoza
- Rice – Jones
- USC – Marshall
- Georgia Tech – Scheller
- Washington – Olin
Best of luck.