Category: GRE (page 1 of 26)

GRE Percentile – Know Everything About a Good GRE Score

Before you dive into preparing for the GRE, you probably want to find out what’s a good GRE score. Well, the short answer is we can’t put the finger on just one number, and the long answer is in this...
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Everything You Need To Know About The GRE Exam: Pattern, GRE Fees, Question Types And More

Learning all that you can about the test should really be the rite of passage when starting your GRE preparation. We know that a simple google search can answer a lot of your questions, but in this blog, we want...
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How to Prepare for GRE: Exam Preparation, Study Plan & More

You know you need to get a good score on your GRE and have to prepare well for that, but what does that actually mean? Should you study more concepts or take more practice tests? Should you spend three weeks...
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GRE Strategies to score 320+

GRE opens a plethora of opportunities for undergrad students who plan to pursue their masters abroad. Leading colleges in the US, UK, Australia, Singapore, and Europe consider GRE scores an essential element of the college application. The average GRE score worldwide ranges...
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7 Effective Tips to Ace the GRE

Universities do take a holistic look when assessing your admission application, but an excellent GRE score catches the admissions committee's attention. It paints a picture of your dedication, determination, and sincerity. Wait… there's more; a good GRE score can help...
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UK Announces 75 Fully-funded Scholarships for Indian students

The UK government in partnership with India's leading businesses, has announced to offer 75 scholarships for Indian students to mark the country's 75th year of Independence. This is the highest number of fully-funded scholarships offered by the UK to date...
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MS in Electrical Engineering in USA-Top universities, Admission, Fees & more

M.Eng and MS (Masters in Science) in electrical engineering are available in many universities across the USA. More than 140 universities offer a masters in electrical engineering in USA. This master's course is meant for graduate students with 3-4 year...
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