Will a 1250 score in the new gre allow me to get admission in iit with scholarship?

0 44 Views | Posted 2011-10-07 11:12:29

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    shaban | Guide-Level 11

    2011-10-24 15:17:12
    Hi,
    Scholarships are competitive and awarded to the most deserving students. At the graduate level you can get funding in the form of graduate assistantships where you work or research with professors. In exchange you may get your entire/partial tuition fees waived, and get a monthly stipend to cover your living expenses. Such awards are very competitive. Universities abroad consider various factors such as previous academics, entrance test scores, work experience, application documents and so on while assessing an application for admission and scholarships; hence, it is important to have a well-rounded outstanding profile. Such awards
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    Neeraj Kumar | Guide-Level 12

    2011-10-07 15:09:18
    you have to consult the college , because it depend on students who take admission and there scoer , and it will be different every year

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