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I am a postgraduate in mathematics.I want to do my PhD from abroad.so should I write GRE exam or IELTS for the same??

aakashsinghbkj 21st Jun, 2021

Hello Alana,

You have not mentioned which country you want to do your PhD from, but if we talk broadly then to pursue PhD from abroad, basically you have to appear in the general test exams like GRE or the exam conducted to test your knowledge about the course you are willing to pursue.  With this you have to pass Language Proficiency Test like IELTS.

If you are thinking to do it from USA then GRE and IELTS will be your exams to decide your potential.

In New Zealand , only language test is required and rest your past records of graduation will be seen.

Similarly, for some other countries, other exams are the way of selection to their universities, which you have clear for admission.

I hope this answer helps you.

All the very best!



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Lsat cut off marks OP jindal t

Bhavesh gupta 17th Jun, 2021

Hi Aspirant,

Hope you are doing great as per the question asked by you cutoff percentile defers every year it certainly depends upon many factors like

  • How many students gave exam.
  • Difficulty of paper.
  • Availability of seats.

But for securing a seat in 5 years law program you cutoff should be around 80 percentile. And for securing seat in 3 years  LLB program your percentile should be more than 65 percentile.

Hope you found this answer useful.Stay motivated stay positive.

All the best!

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