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    How should I plan to study M.S after completing B.Tech?

    How should I plan to study M.S after completing B.Tech?

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    S Venkateshwarulu
    Join Date
    Feb 2012

    Re: How should I plan to study M.S after completing B.Tech?

    Hi Buddy,

    If you are interested in doing higher education i.e M.S, it would be better for you to start joining coaching for GRE, IELTS. As there are one of the competitive entrance exams which offer you a chance for you to take admission in M.S in foreign countries. Let me explain you the whole procedure regarding GRE and IELTS in detail.

    GRE :

    GRE stands for Graduate Record Examinations, a standard examination which allows students to continue their post graduation in United States of America and also some other parts of North America.

    Gre Examination consists of two sections

    1. Verbal Section
    2. Quantitative Section

    The verbal section deals with vocabulary usage, reading comprehension and critical reasoning, this section is scaled on 130-170 in 1-point increments according to the new GRE pattern applicable from August 2011.(While the previous scale was 200-800 with 10 point increment). good knowledge and presence of mind and time usage are important in securing good score.

    In quantitative section you are tested in basic high school level maths and reasoning skills, similar to verbal section the points scale remains the same according to new GRE pattern.

    Apart from these two sections in analytical writing section i.e issue task, argument task included in Paper based GRE.

    New GRE Pattern :

    To secure a good score in GRE you must join a better institute for taking up GRE coaching after finishing with coaching, if you have prepared well then you can write the examination, after the completion of the examination results are instantly out, if you're satisfied with your score then it's okay if not you can again give the examination.

    How to apply for GRE :

    If your satisfied with your score then write TOEFL examination and after obtaining TOEFL score, apply for universities that give admission based on the score you obtained, the college sends you the i20 stating they are willing to give you admission, next you need to do is complete the procedure, prepare for VISA once VISA is issued you can join M.S


    IELTS- International English Language Testing System

    Apart from GRE there is another examination named IELTS, IELTS is accepted by most of the countries such as Australian, Ireland, New Zealand academic institutions, over 3,000 academic institutions in the United States of America.

    The IELTS test structure consists of 4 sections listening, reading, writing and speaking, the IELTS score is given on nine (9) band scale, where 6 band is considered as average band i.e neither good nor bad, just okay.

    There are institutions that offer coaching to IELTS as well attempt both the examination based on the scores obtained you can decide.

    IELTS Test Pattern :

    If you get a good score in IELTS then you can apply to colleges similar to GRE and join M.S. Learn to utilize time properly and achieve your goal. Dedication and hard work are key to success.

    All the best.

    @ S.Venkateshwarulu

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    Join Date
    Nov 2011

    Re: How should I plan to study M.S after completing B.Tech?

    [COLOR="rgb(255, 0, 255)"]Hello![/COLOR]
    >Before you start thinking of applying first give your GRE and get a score in excess of 1300,that's decent.
    >Then think of the specialization you want to pursue in ms and based on it you can go to university sites and search for relevant courses and research work and all.
    >You dont mention your undergrad university?If you are from jntu ,then your %agg is on the lower side if you want do ms in us.
    >And lastly admit depends on your overall profile:- papers (be warned: papers stand for original work submitted to journals and international conferences not paper presentations),projects(dont include any website creation,j2ee and all),percentage, and all.
    >My suggestion is first get a job in India ,after getting experience if your job demands then go for masters. At that time (after experience) you will come to know what you need and you should learn.
    Simply going for masters is not advisable.
    Go to masters if you feel it is necessary.
    People in developed countries go for masters when they feel it is needed...they dont go blindly.
    >Finally if you really interested in doing master then just prepare well and go for it.It totally depends on your interest.

    [COLOR="rgb(255, 0, 255)"]Goodluck!

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    Re: How should I plan to study M.S after completing B.Tech?

    THNQ U VERY MUCH SIR......................

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    rajesh khape
    Join Date
    Aug 2012

    Re: How should I plan to study M.S after completing B.Tech?

    Hello my dear friend

    If you wish to do M.S. in US after completing B.Tech then you need to go through two examinations namely GRE and TOEFL.

    GRE stands for Graduate Recorded Examination.

    The structure of GRE is as follows:
    • Verbal Reasoning
    • Quantitative Reasoning
    • Analytical writing sections
    For more information you can log on to www.gre.org.in

    TOEFL stands for Test Of English as Foreign Language.

    Its structure is as follows
    • Reading
    • Listening
    • Speaking
    • Writing

    For more you can log onto at www.toefl.org.in


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    Re: How should I plan to study M.S after completing B.Tech?

    i'm presently in my 2nd year btech.i wish to pursue ms in either automobile or aeronautical branches. i would like to know what are the countries that are best for these 2 courses? when should i start my preparation for gre? should i write the gre exam immediately after i finish my btech? my college comes under JNTU,what should be my minimum aggregate percentage?

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    Re: How should I plan to study M.S after completing B.Tech?

    If got selected... What r the financial criteria.. Or course expenditure?

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