Are there any university accepting students for computer based programs but without maths?

Asked by Diya jain almost 2 years ago

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Danish Ali Khan

Danish Ali Khan

MentR-Me Team

Study Abroad Expert

Many universities do not require math, and many will not even require computer science at the A level because most degrees are taught from the ground up (unless they state otherwise). The UCAS points are the most important. My advice is to look around, attend open days, and speak with various universities to see what they require. Keep in mind that every university is unique. Finally, you could mention your CS material in your personal statement, application, and interviews to make yourself appear more impressive, but don't worry because you'll do fine. The following are the requirements for pursuing an MS in computer science in the United States:

Candidates should have a bachelor's degree in computer science or a related field. On a four-point scale, aggregate GPAs should be 3 or higher.
The equivalent mark is usually 83-86%, with a B being the equivalent grade.
You should submit your GRE scores, with an average score of 292-328.
You should also submit your results from English languages proficiency exams such as IELTS or TOEFL.
Here is a list of universities that you can target:

Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Stanford University
Carnegie Mellon University
University of California, Berkeley
Harvard University
Princeton University
Cornell University
University of Washington
University of California, Los Angeles
New York University
If you have any further questions just ask me.



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