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I have not given GMAT. Can that be a reason for not getting a visa?
Asked by: ishika
Posted on Thu, 2 Oct 2008 02:47:03 GMT
I have not given GMAT. Can that be a reason for not getting a visa? Will it be a problem for me if I stand for visa once again?
GMAT isnít compulsory to apply for a visa. If university has accepted you for admission without GMAT, US immigration office will not ask for it. If the consular asks you about your GMAT, you may say GMAT doesnít come under minimum admission requirement of a university Iíve selected, so I didnít take GMAT test. GMAT must not be a reason for visa rejection.
Govinda answered 9 years and 5 months ago
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