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Selection of US Universities based on GRE & TOEFL scores

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Selection of US Universities based on GRE & TOEFL

Every year thousands of Indian students take the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and Test Of English as a Foriegn Language (TOEFL) entrance examination to get admissions in US universities.

After receiving the GRE and TOEFL scores, its a tough job to find out the universities which are providing admissions through it.

If you have decided to pursue higher education in US Universities, you need to select the top universities.

Based on scores of GRE and TOEFL, you can select the Universities that you can apply to. Also, use the US University rankings provided in this section to shortlist US Universities for higher education.

There are over 200 universities in USA. Getting an admission in the top 20 ranking universities can be a matter of great honour.

However, one shouldn't go by rankings alone but also consider the programme specialisation and the strength of the faculty in your area of interest. After all, this is where you will spend the best years of your life - studying, researching and forming the basis of the rest of your professional life.

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GRE and TOEFL scores is one of the criteria for admissions. Apart from this, universities also consider your academic achievements, extra achievements (publications, projects, research work etc), work experience, recommendations from your professors/supervisors and passion for graduate studies as expressed by you in your statement of purpose (SOP).

Some universities do specify a minimum GRE and TOEFL score. It is advisable not to apply to the specific university if your score are below the minimum stipulated.

In addition to the of above, you have to score excellent marks in GRE and TOEFL. Thie will help you have more options in terms of universities and financial aid for higher ranking universities.

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