Due to COVID-19, the universities have become a bit flexible about their requirements.
You need a good score in 12th English to show language proficiency.
As far as the fee is concerned, the University of Toronto provides various scholarships/financial aid to international students.
Types of scholarships include:
1.) Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering Scholarships
2.) In-Course Scholarships
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RE: How to Get Admission in U of T With scollership and How many marks to get in 10 and 12th Board Exam + JEE marks?
RE: Profile Evaluation
These universities do not require you to take GRE:
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- Northeastern University
- University of Iowa
You can look at the entire list of universities here: Universities that do not require GRE
Some universities offer a TOEFL waiver. These are:
- Rice University, US
- University of Bristol, UK
- University of Regina, Canada
- University of Queensland
You can look at the entire list of universities with details, here: List of universities offering a TOEFL waiver
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RE: No of times allowed to sit for IELTS exam per registration ?
Per registration, you are allowed to sit for the test once only. Although, you can retake the test as many times as you wish if you are not satisfied with the score. Your IELTS score is valid for 2 years. You can always contact iSchoolConnect for recommendations and info about choosing the right university. You could reach out to them here - www.ischoolconnect.com
RE: TOEFL Listening Section should I make notes or not?
I think it's important to make notes
Even if it's minimal
It helps you keep track of the structure
RE: Shortlisting University
Congratulations on getting a good GRE score! You can consider the following universities:
- University of New Mexico, Alabama, US
- International technological university, California, US
- University Of Illinois
- Boston University
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RE: Study in US without GRE ?
Yes, It is possible to study in the U.S without giving your GRE exams. As a matter of fact, here are the top universities in the united states that don't require your GRE scores for you get admission into:
- Columbia University
- Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
- University of California, Berkeley
- Alabama A&M University
- Central Michigan University
iSchoolConnect's blog(https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/us-schools-without-gre/) has a detailed list of colleges that don't require GRE exams. Do check them out.
RE: Is TOEFL accepted in Canada?
Yes, TOEFL score is accepting in many top universities in Canada. Some of the top universities are:
- University of Toronto
- McMaster University
- McGill University
- University of British Columbia
- University of Waterloo
RE: Study in USA?
Both the universities offer scholarships, however, Northwestern University only offers need-based scholarships to the students who are in need of financial assistance.
You can apply to both universities. You can get merit-based scholarships at Northeastern University.
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RE: University Application
These are great questions and I'll try and answer all your questions as systematically as possible. Both scholarships and university applications depend upon your overall profile. Factors such as your Statement of Purpose, Letters of recommendation, Certifications, Social work, etc. along with your scores, play a major role in your application.
Being an 'undecided major' allows you to enter your chosen college without declaring a major and thus, allows you to explore your interests. Your SOP is what sets your profile apart from the other applicants'. Therefore, it's a highly important aspect.
Since the IELTS exam is more widely accepted, you can definitely try taking it. However, it still largely depends upon the country you choose.
In order to make an exact analysis, we'd need your exam scores and other details. But depending upon the program and university you choose, as long as you have a solid profile overall you can definitely get into top universities. If you need help choosing the right program/university based on your scores and preferences, you can always contact us or register with us. Hope the answer helped!
RE: UBC Rankings
The University of British Columbia, commonly known as UBC for short, is one such university that was established way back in 1878. The first campus opened up in Vancouver and has since developed into an internationally recognized institution, with both its graduate school programs being ranked among the top three percent across North America by Times Higher Education Rankings 2018. The rankings for UBC are-
- The University of British Columbia ranks "#2" in "Best Universities in Canada" and "#31" in "Best in Global Universities" by "U.S. News & World Report.
- The University of British Columbia is ranked "#45" in "Top Universities" by "QS World University Rankings."
- UBC ranks "#34" in "World University Ranking 2022" by "Times Higher Education."