What is the max count of historical backlogs to study in Canada?And is GRE mandatory to get a masters in Canada ?Can I get into it with 65%?
Asked by SHAIK MAHABOOB ALI over 1 year ago
Well, I would suggest if you clear your backlogs, that would be the best for you and your path to Canada; candidates with a maximum of five backlogs and a minimum of 70% in their bachelor's degrees are approved without much difficulty. Only for PG degree programmes, certain universities may accept applications with a minimum of 65 per cent in the bachelor's degree and up to a maximum of 7 or 8 backlogs. In many nations around the world, the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is a prerequisite for enrollment in Masters-level courses. Although the GRE is acceptable in Canada, it is not required, and many universities do not even ask for GRE scores. You can therefore pursue an MS in Canada without taking the GRE. It all depends on which course are you applying for, which university you are eyeing and what is that university’s cut-off. You know where to ask if you want to know about any specific college or course.
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