Is there any chance to study in Canada for a master's after scoring 62% any suggestion?

Asked by Hemanth over 1 year ago

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Kimaya Nigam

Kimaya Nigam

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Yes, you can get into Canadian universities for a master's degree, even though your possibilities are low to moderate. There is no outstanding share in Canada wanting to pursue a master's degree course. One must have a banana extra for the final diploma course. So, you can extend your possibilities of acceptance by improving your typical profile, which consists of your GRE scores, IELTS/TOEFL scores, personal essays, work experience, letters of recommendation, extracurricular, etc. I endorse you to take a look at our unique and Bourke assistance of their scholar mentors studying in Canada on how to enhance your application. 

The pinnacle universities in Canada are:

  1. University of Toronto
  2. McGill University
  3. University of British Columbia
  4. Université de Montréal
  5. University of Alberta
  6. McMaster University
  7. University of Waterloo
  8. Western University
  9. Queen's University
  10. University of Calgary

Prerequisites for admission:

  • AnA excessive school diploma
  • Proof of language proficiency in English (and French, if you observe for a bilingual course).
  • For students pursuing a postgraduate degree, the minimum GPA needs to be three and 4.0. Depending on the challenge area, your GRE or GMAT rankings will additionally be required.
  • Transcripts
  • Statement of Purpose
  • Letters of Recommendation
  • CV
  • Proof of language proficiency


I advise you to start making these files six months before you have to apply. Then, after you post your application, it is time to wait. If shortlisted, you will get hold of a letter of acceptance, which you can then use to observe for a scholar allowance (and even a scholarship)! Studying in Canada is more cost-effective than pursuing your schooling in the US, the UK, or Australia. Having stated that, the value of learning in Canada will rely on the software you choose.


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