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Hi suggest a schedule please..
by Guest on Aug 10, 2008 07:50 PM  | Hide replies

Well i am a computer graduate.Had taken quant test of powerprep once without any preparation and had got a score of 670.Also i am done with 32 wordlists from barrons.But have not given a verbal test.This is my status till now.I intend to give GRE in September first week.
Can someone suggest me a schedule for the remaining 20 days as i am clueless as how to approach the GRE further?

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sattu ammu
RE:Hi suggest a schedule please..
by sattu ammu on Aug 17, 2008 08:33 PM
U r from a MPC back ground that's an advantage, u need to give equal importance to both verbal and Quants , now just take as many practice tests as possible in online , its better that u concentrate more on verbal part,this is my advice regards and best wishes

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by Guest on Aug 08, 2008 02:41 PM  | Hide replies

am a be student doin my third yr...my aggregate at present is 62...i wanna write gre....will my aggregate affect my gre score

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sattu ammu
by sattu ammu on Aug 17, 2008 08:21 PM
yeah that doesn't matters at all, a below average student can also opt for this education, u r a good student min of 60 is good,just stop thinking and go ahead all the best for ur gre and try to improve ur aggregate, u have more 4 semesters , u can easily gain max % in these semesters

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by ashish on Feb 29, 2008 04:19 PM

i got 7 backlogs earlier but now i am all clear.
do US uni. consider the dead backlogs??

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by Aravind Pulikkal on Feb 25, 2008 10:40 AM  | Hide replies

want go to USA for MS in Bio medical Engineering. I am appearing IELTS now, instead of TOFEL. Is this valid for US study?.

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by sattu ammu on Aug 17, 2008 08:28 PM
some universities accept IELTS score in USA but this exam is mainly for countries like Australia, UK NewZealand Ireland etc, better opt for these countries or choose GRE and TOEFL exams

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by on Apr 13, 2007 05:01 PM

I appeared for GRE on 10th of April and scored 670 in quantitative and 320 verbal ,as per my score is only 990. Still i want idea about which universities i can apply.

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by on Apr 09, 2007 11:47 PM

Hai, I am a b-tech student doing my final year and i hav a doubt--- i want to know whether the universities will consider about the number of times we wrote gre while giving admissions.

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