Category: GRE (page 10 of 14)

Why study in the USA

The US has been a much-coveted destination for students wishing to pursue education abroad. There are several reasons for this, and they vary with whom you ask, but broadly, they can be summarized as a combination of the following: quality of education, choice of universities and courses, options available after graduation, scholarships and funding, less competition compared to Indian universities, an orientation to research even at the undergraduate level and international exposure. Read more

MS and PhD Scholarships: How to Get Them

This post will deal with the two broad kinds of financial assistance that universities provide MS and PhD students, and how you can go about making your profile such that you get them.


Assistantships include Teaching Assistantships (TAs), Research Assistantships (RAs) and Graduate Assistantships (GAs). In TAship, you assist the professor with teaching responsibilities, such as grading papers and scheduling student appointments. As an RA, you assist the faculty with their research projects. As a GA, you could be asked to organize events, manage university websites etc for the University. The basic difference between these assistantships and scholarships is that here, you have to work for the University to earn the fee waiver and stipend that you’re getting, whereas scholarships don’t require such work on your part. Read more

GRE: Myths and Preparation Strategies

Xavier is a GRE aspirant. He has been preparing for the exam on his own for six months now, and he is so frustrated that he’s close to giving up. Besides, he hasn’t booked a date yet because he doesn’t feel prepared. The more time he spends on his preparation, the less ready he feels. Read more

How to Shortlist MS and PhD Colleges in the US

Interested in an advanced degree?

Unsure of the best colleges in the US?

Undecided between state funded and privately funded universities?

You’ve come to the right place! In the article, we will provide you with practical tips for shortlisting MS & PhD colleges, specifically in the US. Read more

Is it Really Necessary to Go For Coaching to Crack GRE Exam?

We have counselled, coached and worked with many students who had first tried the self-study method before coming to us. Without exception, we found an average increase of 10 points or more in their test scores after they started working with us; something in the regular rhythm of coaching just brought out their innate talent, and managed to get them the score they needed for a great grad school admit. Read more

MS & PhD Admission Seminar in Delhi

This is the recorded video of our MS & PhD Seminar Admission Seminar held at India Islamic Cultural Center in New Delhi on the 5th of February 2018. The seminar aimed to demystify MS & PhD Admissions in countries such as The US, Germany, Singapore, UK, Ireland & others. Read more

Meet the Masters with Texas Tech University

Texas Tech University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).  Texas Tech University is among 115 universities and colleges in the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education’s “Highest Research Activity” category. The University also is only one of 81 publics listed. Read more

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