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Which test is best for you?
The GRE is an exam that is more widely accepted for range of fields. While some business schools require you to take the GMAT, not all schools do, so for students who are uncertain of which program they are entering, the GRE offers a more versatile option.
The GRE is slightly less expensive than the GMAT, although paying $175, compared to $225 shouldn't be a deciding factor.
The GRE is a general exam which also offers subject specific exams for students interested in demonstrating their areas of expertise to their program of choice.
The GRE examines a student's ability to think more abstractly and often requires a much higher level of English language knowledge for constructing written responses and understanding the nuances of vocabulary questions.
While international students who are non-Native English speakers are inherently at a disadvantage when taking either of these exams which emphasize verbal skills, the GMAT aims to also measure a student's verbal, mathematical, and analytical skills that a candidate has developed through education and work, and not necessarily specific knowledge of business, job skills, or other subjective qualities like motivation, interpersonal skills, and creativity, so even if your first language is not English, you may still perform well on this exam.
Because of the extensive knowledge required for the GRE, students who aren't strong English speakers will generally test better on the GMAT.
The GMAT focuses less on abstract thinking skills and more on analytic. Rather than asking you to create an argument drawing from your wide-base of knowledge, as in the GRE, the GMAT provides you with the argument and asks you to provide the analysis.
What are the differences between the GRE and GMAT?
The Graduate Records Examination, more commonly known as the GRE and the Graduate Management Admissions Test, the GMAT, are two popular tests required for admissions to universities in the United States. Generally speaking, the GRE is known as more comprehensive exam, covering a variety of skills and therefore a more versatile example of one's skills. The GMAT, on the other hand, is usually taken only by students seeking admission into a business or management graduate program. With that said, some schools offer the choice of which exam to take up to the student and weigh neither more heavily than the other. As a prospective graduate student in the United States, it's important you consider which test will be best for you.
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Another wonderful question by a student and our answer.
What factors must one consider after receiving many admits from various universities of the world?
You are perplexed of which university you must go ahead with? So consider the following factors(In no particular order) in order to decide which university would be good for you.
Research at the university
Location of the University
Last, but not the least, The reason you had applied to the university in the first place (friend's / relative's / senior's suggestion).
Hope this helps.
An interesting question on #Quora with a good answer.
What are your possible options if you are accepted into top universities abroad for masters but cannot afford it???
You can apply for University Scholarship - Many Universities have huge funds retained for this purpose to give scholarship to the deserving candidates. So you can try for it.
Other means of getting scholarships, Like for instance, FAFSA - Free Application for Federal Student Aid for USA & 2016-2017 Scholarships in for Netherlands for Netherlands. Furthermore, Indian HRD ministry is also trying its best to assist those students who are willing to avail some help to fund themselves for their higher education Government of India, Ministry of Human Resource Development. (
- You can check this too)
You also can try for Teaching Assistance, Research Assistance, Graduate Assistance to reduce your burden on your fees. And, while you are there at the university, you can do part time jobs - On campus or Off campus too for limited hours as per the policies.
Lastly, you can try for Education Loan - Either buy Nationalised banks or by Private ones like Credila Education Loan - Student Loan for Higher Education or Education Loans - Avanse. Just make sure you do not try cooperative banks, not a good option.