This is Round 2 of the answers for the questions you have asked through email. The first 10 Questions were answered in Round 1 about GRE and graduate school admission.
Thanking your for your cooperative & sincere gestures for sending me all the resourceful & helpful blog posts regarding GRE & U.S. university admission process.
I hope you keep on sending me all the latest updates & important news about GRE & admissions in various universities abroad.
Robin, thanks for your encouraging words. It’s good to see that you are finding the posts useful. Please forward the useful information you find here to your friends.
Hello sir. I need full info regarding the registration for the GRE. I’m planning to appear in the last week of October or first week of November.
Can you please tell me how to register for the GRE? And to check the availability of the exam dates? What are the requirements?
Is it possible to use the credit card of my friend? I am in a desperate need of this info and I don’t wanna make it hard any longer.
If you can reply to me today or tomorrow, it will be a great help. Please sir, help me out.
I am basically from Pune and had not joined any coaching. Have a good day sir.
I’m eagerly waiting for your response.
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Hi, I am Anandh. I have taken my GRE and TOEFL, my GRE score is 1,220 (680+540 v;3.0) and I’m still waiting for my TOEFL score. I would like to know the universities/institutes that charge application fees below 40$ for PhD in biological sciences program (molecular biology, biochemistry, developmental biology). This would be of great help. Thank you in advance.
You have to select U.S. universities that have lower fees, not universities that have low application processing fees. Will you be comfortable to apply at universities where you cannot get financial aid or part time jobs, but with low application fees? Think!
I’m thanking you for sending your daily links.
I really want to give my thanks to you.
It’s good to see that you are finding some useful stuff from the blog. Do post comments and participate in the discussions. Being a passive reader will not get you more info.
5) Divina –
Hello! I’m glad to receive and give opportunity to ask question here at happy school blog.
My H-1B visa was recently approved by USCIS. First they issued an RFE, my employer told me that I need to give a visa screen, then all of the sudden USCIS approved my petition even without a visa screen.
I’m wondering if there is any possibility that my visa will be rejected if I go to the U.S. embassy for visa stamping. I’m a little confuse with my situation. Please enlighten me.
H-1B visa approval and H-1B visa stamping are two different entities. Don’t confuse approval with H-1B stamping.
I have completed my B. Pharm from Pune University. My profile is as follows:
1) GRE Score: 1,140
2) TOEFL Score: 97
3) B.Pharm: First class with distinction (throughout the program)
4) 12th boards: 81.0%
5) 10th CBSE board: 75.0%
I am planning to go for M.S/PhD in pharmaceuticals. Can I get admission with these scores? Or should I take GRE once again? Please give your suggestions.
A GRE score of 1,140 is enough to get admission at U.S. universities. If you feel confident that you can improve your score above 1,250, then retake GRE. Or else, just apply with the same score.
It’s not required to do both MS and PhD. You can apply directly to PhD. Admission to PhD is much different that of a master’s program.
Sir, how are the Amity London/Singapore campuses for MBA? Should I go for GRE or I just continue at Amity since I have already taken admission there?
We don’t not know what your future plans are. GRE will get into the technical field as well as MBA admission in U.S. universities. Sorry, we don’t know anything about Amity.