There are 3000+ universities in the US, out of which more than 200 universities rank within the top 500 across the globe. This makes the university selection criteria a challenging task to students.
Universities have different selection criteria, which makes it all the more complicated for students to choose universities. There are several factors in different combinations that universities consider for admitting students for Master’s and PhD courses. The criteria include
- Undergrad CGPA
- GRE & TOEFL Score
- SOP & LORs and
- Research papers
At Galvanize Test Prep, we organized a webinar in association with Prodigy Finance to help students to choose their dream university effectively based on these criteria.
These are some of the questions answered during the webinar:
- What is a good GRE score?
- My CGPA is low but I have a decent GRE score, can I get an admit?
- Can a high GRE score get me a higher scholarship?
- I have a high difference between my quant and verbal score, will it affect my admit?
Below is the recording of the live webinar.