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GRE scores is the least important part of your application put together. They are not important but that they are much not as much of important than research experience, your letters of recommendation, your research fit/statement of purpose, and your grades.

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Colleges / Universities in US are not recruiting grounds for entry-level position.
The MBA graduate from these colleges typically would be absorbed in middle level positions and hence previous work-ex plays a major role.
This would hold well even if the applicant is looking for a career change post MBA.

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Although the college web-sites do mention that minimum requirement to apply would be 2 years or 3 years of work-ex, it is important to understand that for post-MBA employment, pre-MBA work experience plays a major role

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GRE scores is the least important part of your application put together. They are not important but that they are much not as much of important than research experience, your letters of recommendation, your research fit/statement of purpose, and your grades.

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Established in 2006, Clear Perceptions – a GMAT, GRE, SAT, ACT and PSAT Coaching centre and Overseas Education Consultant is the brainchild of Mrs. R. Saraswathi.

Clear Perceptions strives to be the ideal guide and a one-stop shop for students looking to study abroad. We believe in providing the finest assistance to our students in order to provide them with the best chance of getting into a university of their choice.

Since its establishment, Clear Perceptions has grown rapidly to become one of the most trusted service providers in the international education industry. Unlike the many commercial, mass-coaching institutes and consultants (‘agents’) in the industry, Clear Perceptions has carved itself a niche position in the marketas a student centric coaching institute and a reliable educational consultant. We ensure that quality service is delivered at every stage.

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It is important to go a bit deeper into the class profiles or independent ranking websites to determine the range of GMAT scores for mid-50% of successful applicants. Typically, if the average GMAT would be say, 680, then the mid-50% could be 650 – 700 or mid-80% around 640 – 740.

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GMAT Score: This remains the single-most important factor which determines the college selection. Generally, applicants go by the average MBA scores indicated by each college. http://clearperceptions.in/coaching-classes-gmat-gre-sat-mumbai/
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Application process for Undergrad study in US – The Common App.

What we in India commonly refer to as a graduate, is actually an undergraduate as per the US nomenclature. So if you are applying to a college in US after your High School (Class 11 and 12) you are said to be applying as a freshman for undergraduate study. The first year is called the freshman year.
The application process for US colleges for your undergrad study commences August 1, when the online individual applications open for most colleges as also for the Common Application. It should be understood that many colleges in US are members of Common Application, a non-profit organisation which operates the application process. So whether you need to go through the Common Application process or have to apply to individual colleges, will depend on the colleges you choose. If your chosen colleges (or some of them) are a part of the Common Application, then you can apply to all these colleges at one go. This process is fairly streamlined and requirements of various colleges are captured in one single structured application.

Within the Common Application, there may be different deadlines for the participating colleges. However, the basic details of the applicant need to be filled up only once with course selection and college specific additional requirements of each college being filled up in the supplement.
If you are studying for your IBDP (International Baccalaureate Diploma Program) then most of the requirements like teacher recommendation, school report, counsellor report and mid-term reports (if necessary) would be uploaded online by your school counsellor. For those in HSC / State Board or CBSE/ICSC or any other board, if services of school counsellor are not available, you have an option either to request the school authorities to upload the above mentioned documents or choose to send these offline by courier. This option has to be exercised as a part of the Common Application at the initial stage.

If the chosen college/s does not participate in the Common Application, then individual online applications need to be filled up and the documents sent as per the directions of each college. Here too the option to either submit required documents online or offline is generally available.
Choosing your college should not depend on whether the chosen colleges are part of the Common Application or require individual applications. This should be done with your profile (Academic record, Standardised test scores and intended major) in mind.

An important feature of the Common Application process is the Common Application Essay. This is mandatory. The essay prompts are available online and even before you start the application, you can read the topics and select the essay prompt which resonates with you and one you can do justice to. Generally, 5 prompts are given and the applicant is required to choose any one and write up to 650 words on the chosen prompt. Always remember that plagiarism can disqualify yojpgur application.

We at Clear Perceptions guide you step-by-step through the entire process and take away the stress right from helping you select the best suited college to submission of the application.

Amar Mainkar
Head of Counselling
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The SAT is one of two admissions tests (the ACT being the other), often required for admission to US universities.

The SAT is a standardized test required by many US colleges and universities as part of their admission process. The score a student gets on the SAT is often used as a predictor of how a student is likely to perform in college-level studies.

In its present form it consists of two different examinations:

The SAT Reasoning Test (formerly SAT I).

The SAT Subject Tests (formerly SAT II)

Some institutions require only one of these tests, some require both.

The SAT Reasoning Test is a three hour and forty-five minute test comprised of three sections: Critical Reading, Math, and Writing.

The test is designed to measure critical thinking and analytical skills. It is offered several times per year at numerous sites throughout the UK

Most US universities will not specify which Subject Tests you should take. Clear Perceptions recommends students to take the Subject Tests they are likely to do well on. Generally, students take subjects that correspond to their A-levels or GCSEs.

There are three sections on the SAT, and each one ranges from 200-800 points. The overall SAT score range is from 600 to 2400, with 2400 being the highest possible score.

After you take your SAT, your scores will be available to view online within 17-20 days depending on the test date.

Standardized tests are important when applying to American colleges and universities, but do not play the same decisive role in admission as they do in India.

Admissions to American institutions of higher education are not based solely on a student’s performance on a single set of exams. The results of several standardized tests — the ACT or SAT, and SAT subject tests — are only a part of the evaluation of all students applying to American colleges, one element in a wide array of requirements, including letters of recommendation, essays, school reports and extracurricular activities.

Students should sit for the full gamut of tests — taking either the SAT or ACT and subject tests — to have maximum options available when applying.

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