Can GRE be waived off?
Asked by Rachana Reddy about 1 year ago
Yes, with the COVID cases rising and falling in some parts of the world, a number of universities are waiving GRE for fall 2022 and 2023 as well.
Here is a list of universities waiving the GRE for fall 2022 -
Clayton State University
University of Toronto
Syracuse University (optional but advised)
Northeastern University (optional but advised)
The University of Texas Austin (optional but advised)
University of Washington – Seattle
University of Minnesota
New York University
Texas A&M University
Illinois Institute of Technology (not for Ph.D. students)
Mississippi State University
University of Houston
Rutgers, New Jersey
Texas Tech University
University of Alabama
University of North Carolina
William Carey University
ALTERNATIVE FACTORS TO RELY ON IN PLACE OF GRE -
1. ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE- The university considers academic performance. Among the same, one’s undergraduate degree holds the most importance. Make sure you achieve good scores in your undergraduate degree and have a history of the good academic record.
2. LETTER OF RECOMMENDATION - a good number of LORs ensure the university your commitment to delivering what you are promising.
3. CV - A lot of universities abroad require prior working experience. It would help if you worked on some projects or interned according to the major you want to pursue abroad.
4. STATEMENT OF PURPOSE- A well-written SOP is a must, as it speaks about one’s aspirations and helps the committee understand the value one brings to the university. In addition to that, an SOP also summarizes one’s personality as a whole.
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