I am not great in Maths or in logic I know its crazy but I dont like the burden of remembering either will there be enough time for me to make my math and logic strong + doing proggramming as I have started it recently early than college a bit , also i wanted to start preparing for GRE Exam will
It doesnt matter if you are not good in maths now, if you are starting early and you code daily, then no one is stopping you . You will surely do great. Practicing coding daily we build you as a great programmer and will develop your logic quick.
All the best to you!
I am currently planning to appear in GRE in 2023 i need to know which country and course is best for a student of applied petroleum engineering with specialization in Upstream to study in an abroad university for masters degree.
Listed below are the universities for petroleum engineering abroad
T exas A and M university:
Course fee: USD 34,000
Texas tech university
Course fee: USD 27,000
Missouri University of Science and Technology
University of Alberta
Memorial University of Newfoundland
USA is better than Canada for petroleum engineering. Courses that you can opt for are listed below;
MSc in Petroleum Engineering,
MSc in petroleum engineering (thesis)
Master of applied science in oil and gas engineering
ME in oil and gas engineering
If you are planning to pursue a course in petroleum engineering further US is a better option than Canada. You could even however try for the UK.
Listed below are the top colleges and courses that you can apply for.
MSc in Petroleum Engineering at Technical University of Denmark
Msc in Chemical and Petroleum Engineering at University of Bradford
Msc in Oil and Gas Process Engineering at Klaipeda University
I hope this information helps!
I am a fresher engineering graduate applied for BITSOM addmission on the basis of my CAT score and declared waitlisted after PI. I have a good GRE score also which I did not mentioned anywhere in my previous addmission application. Can I apply again on the basis of my GRE score.
Since you mentioned that you are waitlisted, it is better to wait for the final results or further updates. Along with that you can apply to other universities for the same. Applying for the same thing again can get your application rejected due to double application. Also, GRE score is just for admission in Universities or colleges outside India. It is advisable to wait for the next update and stick to the qualifications that are required. Adding excess and irrelevant details in any application is not always beneficial.
I hope this helped you.
All the Best!
hi Im an nit delhi student of 1st year I need to know about GRE Exam how to prepare and when I need to attend exam of GRE can I attend in final year can I atten ind 2 nd or 3rd year can any one please explain about it
The GRE General Test is one of the world’s largest assessment programs for graduate admissions and the exam is conducted by Educational Testing Service (ETS).
There are two types of GRE tests, GRE General Test and GRE Subject Test.
Students seeking admission to MS courses in different fields in the US and various other countries appear for GRE General Test.
Through this test, a candidate is evaluated on his analytical writing, quantitative ability, and verbal reasoning skills.
The GRE Subject Test evaluates the candidates’ ability on a particular subject like mathematics , English literature , Physics etc.
Generally, this test is required for getting admission to specialized courses.
There is no eligibility criteria for this The graduate record examination (GRE) is a standardized exam used to measure one's aptitude for abstract thinking in the areas of analytical writing, mathematics, and vocabulary.
The GRE is commonly used by many graduate schools in the U.S. and Canada to determine an applicant's eligibility for the program
I suggest you devote between 4 and 12 weeks to GRE preparation to score good.
Take mock tests , practice model papers , etc.
Vocab is still an important part of the GRE Verbal sections. You can absorb many of the words that will show up on the GRE by reading respected publications such as academic journals etc.
I am doing my B.E in Computer Science and Engineering currently (final year). I am interested to do Masters Abroad US/canada. My graduation is delayed due to COVID-19 pandaemic. Itll get over till Aug/Sept. I am preparing for GRE/TOEFL as well. My Overall CGPA comes to 7 out of 10.Need Suggestions.
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gre is tough exam or noy?? gre exam is conducted in india ??
The GRE is administered by ETS worldwide in two separate tests. Only the computer-based test format is available in India. GRE General Test and GRE Subject test are available in various Indian cities.
Coming to it's toughness since it's one of the most recognized exam it will be little tough when compared other normal university exams.
Hope this helps you.
Wishing you a good luck!
Can I get a university in USA for MS in mechanical engineering with a gre score of 303 without any job experience ?
most of the universities of USA take ielts and toefel score holder to admission in ms in engineering courses. but some universities in germany like technical university Munich takes gate scorer.however it is mandatory to have ielts or toefel along with gate rank. see gate rank may impact some points on your rescue to get selected in prestigious institution. however you may not get selected at this score.
my cgpa is 6.5.. will i be able to get admission for ms in engineering in germany?? or a good gre score will help me to get pass
what is the syllabus for GRE exam
The syllabus for GRE includes the subjects biology, Chemistry, Literature in English, Mathematics, Physics and Psychology. The test pattern for each is different.
The test pattern includes the following sections- Analytical Writing, Verbal reasoning ,Quantitative Reasoning.
You can use the link below for any other details regarding the same.
Best of luck