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I've done BE in Computer Science and got 6 in IELTS, what can I do to study in USA?
Asked by: JYOTI
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Posted on Tue, 22 Jul 2008 04:33:25 GMT
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I have got 2.79 GPA in BE (Computer Science) and 6 in IELTS. I want to study further in USA. I want to do either Masters in Computer Science or MBA in IT. Please provide me some information.
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For MBA, you may not be eligible for well ranked universities. However for Computer Science, some good universities can accept you. Some best universities may also ask you to take GRE test for admission in Computer Science program. However, there are some universities which will accept you without GRE.

These universities may be best for you:

George Washington University
http://www.cs.gwu.edu/

Oklahoma City University
http://www.okcu.edu/petree/compsci/csnew/index.php?type=gradgentrack

North Dakota State University
http://cs.ndsu.nodak.edu/

Nova Southeastern University
http://scis.nova.edu/

The process and requirements for admission may be different for different universities. I suggest you to visit the links I have mentioned below the names of university to learn more about admission requirements and procedure.

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MyWorld answered 9 years and 2 months ago

Hi jyoti, as far I know, US universities donít accept IELTS; at least reputed ones donít accept and for MS you need to give GRE (math=800 marks, English=800 marks, i.e. 1600 total) and TOEFL (English=120). For entering into US, you have to score at least 800/1600. Youíll get some ordinary universities with this score. For getting into some good universities, you have to score 1200+ in GRE and 80+ in TOEFL IBT.

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ashay answered 9 years and 2 months ago
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