i got 6 bands in IELTS exam.i have done graduation in 2010.i am eligible for canada studies.if i am not eligible then which country

i got 6 bands.i have done graduation in 2010.i want to go newzeland.which course is best for me.& after PR in newzeland.can i move to canada for further studies. or for work.

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    2011-09-15 14:08:50
    charan. it is a bad score for ielts. sorry. if i offend you. dear i suggest you to retake your ielts . score atleast. 7 in all and 7.5 in total.and apply to the best candian or american univ's. at 6 bands too you can apply. but just think why would univs' give imp to your application. when there would applicants with better ielts score. and a gre or gmat score too. tell me in detail. what prog do you want to go for.
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    arun joy

    2011-09-15 14:06:19
    hi, i think your over all band score is 6.of course, you are eligible for higher studies in canada, you can apply for good universities if you have no component less than 6
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    Ruchi Shrimali | Contributor-Level 7

    2011-09-15 13:58:49
    Adar Consultancy Sophia, please see if you can answer this question. By the way, what was your subject in graduation and how much did you score in 12th and graduation?

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