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MS without GRE

August 23, 2007 by app2usadvisor  
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Almost all top US Universities require the GRE General Test score. Few Universities waive GRE on the basis of undergraduate academic record. The graduate program in Computer Science at Purdue University is one of the very few top programs which do not require the GRE score.

For MS in Computer Science at San Jose State University, GRE score is not required if the undergraduate degree is from USA.

So it is possible to get admitted to a US University for MS without GRE score. The following programs waive the GRE score for qualifying candidates:

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3 Responses to “MS without GRE”
  1. Ipod Nana says:

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  2. bhargava says:

    any universities for mechanical engineerig which accept toefl score without gre??

  3. manglona3 says:

    Webster University did not require a GRE to get into their MBA program. At my work site, the agency hires program coordinators and managers with at least a masters degree. After our director hired her first manager from Webster University and experienced her work ethic and qualifications, she thought differently of the graduates of Webster. I was hired shortly thereafter. My advisor from graduate school told me that it is not so much as where you receive your degree, but how you apply it in the workforce. Webster University has campuses across the world with varying degree programs. Their main campus is in Missouri.

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