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How to get started with GRE Prep?
« on: June 28, 2015, 06:45:42 pm »
I will be in my third sem , I want to start early with GRE Prep and have command over things like grammar, Please tell me a reliable source where I can start from.


Also I am interested in research areas , Is it possible to do research during btech If I am keenly interested in a particular technical subject and have knowledge about that field, Also Will it be helpful if I work on open source projects that other people and NGO's etc can benifift from? Will all of this help me in the GRE Path?
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Re: How to get started with GRE Prep?
« Reply #1 on: June 28, 2015, 07:02:16 pm »
I will be in my third sem , I want to start early with GRE Prep and have command over things like grammar, Please tell me a reliable source where I can start from.


Also I am interested in research areas , Is it possible to do research during btech If I am keenly interested in a particular technical subject and have knowledge about that field, Also Will it be helpful if I work on open source projects that other people and NGO's etc can benifift from? Will all of this help me in the GRE Path?

start with barrons

if possible take coaching

research area you have to contact your old professor no better guide than them
ngo will add to your application
hope my reply helped
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Re: How to get started with GRE Prep?
« Reply #2 on: June 28, 2015, 08:30:48 pm »
Yes, it surely did thanks!

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Re: How to get started with GRE Prep?
« Reply #3 on: July 01, 2015, 12:15:57 am »
Start your preparation by at least 18 months earlier to your intended semester. [/size]You can follow these steps:Take a sample GRE test (Most preferably power prep I). If you score a total of 300 for example, then you can guess your final score to be in between 315-320.
  • Then analyze your profile (Note of all the research papers you published, going to publish and project work).
  • Go through the similar profiles in Stupidsid.com or Edulix and short some universities (around 4 univs).[/font][/size]
  • Then start preparing for GRE and make sure you reach your target of 315. After the exam is done, select the 4 universities you shortlisted forEducational Testing Service (ETS) to report your scores to (by this way of selecting universities beforehand, you can save $100 here).[/font][/size]
  • After you are done with these exams, start preparing your SOP. At the same time, reach out to your professors asking for recommendation letters. Help them prepare recommendation letters on your behalf. Also get the required no.of sets of transcripts from your university.
  • Once you are okay with SOP and required LORs, open the university website and fill out the online application. After completing this application, you'll be required to upload scanned copies of mark sheets.
  • Complete the online application, pay the application fee, wait for university to send a mail with student id and finally courier the transcripts to those universities (Make sure you mention your student id on top of the cover).
  • Wait for university to mail its decision.
  • If accepted, they'll ask you to send bank statement showing liquid assets amounting to 1 year of expenses you are going to spend in that university along with affidavit of support (link to this affidavit will be sent to you in the acceptance mail) and also they'll ask you to get some vaccinations done.
  • After approving your bank statement, they'll send you the I20.
  • On receiving I20, pay your SEVIS fee and apply for F1 Visa.[/font][/size]
  • Once your visa is approved, you are free to go.

 

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