hi i had done my B-pharm from RGUHS in 2010 i wanted to go for USA for MS in regulatory affairs give me an idea wt r all i shld do for that

i did my B-pharma and nw am working in Dr.Reddys lab as a sales representative i want to persue MS in ragulatory affairs in US n actually i dont know any of the procedures to go thtere so here am asking you please provide me all the details regarding universities fees imp dates n scholar detailes

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-09-22 16:40:25
    Hi Sreedhar,
    In order to pursue Masters in US, the student need to have good academic record throughout, preferably 60% or more in undergraduate degree, work experience, a good score in TOEFL and GRE.
    TOEFL (Test of English as Foreign Language),tests the English language level for the students, who comes from the non English speaking countries.
    Generally all the good universities in the USA requires 1400 plus score in GRE and 95 plus score in TOEFL
    The US universities generally has 2 admission intake in a year i.e. Spring intake (January/February session) and Fall intake (August/September intake).
    Its always advisable to start your admissi

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