what is the eligibility for MS in nuclear physics and about the exam and admission procedure in foreign universities

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    Komal Sahai

    2011-09-08 17:01:14
    Hi Piyush,The eligibility for the MS in Nuclear Physics most of the schools require qualifications comparable to a U.S. Bachelor’s (Honours) degree (Four Year Degree Program). That means a minimum of 16 years of formal education. In the Indian context, it implies qualifying in a professional four-year degree like engineering or other such courses.Universities in US require you to take one of the standardized tests like GRE, along with English Proficiency tests like TOEFL.TOEFL: This test is mandatory for International students applying to a Graduate course or University in US. The minimum score required by most universities for admission is... view more

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