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Universities that accept phd studenta without GRE, my major is american literature?

Universities that accept phd studenta without GRE, my major is american literature? Topic: Phd writing
May 23, 2019 / By Ronald
Question: i got my MA and i wanna go for my PhD, do you know some schools that don't need GRE? my major is American Literature
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Moab Moab | 2 days ago
The GRE isn't that hard. You're gonna be limited in your choice of schools if you don't take the GRE. Give it a shot. I have a BA in English and suck at math, but I still got a good score. (Decent in Math, very good in Language and Writing)
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Moab Originally Answered: Do top American universities accept IB Maths Studies Level?
Different colleges and universities in the USA have different standards. In general, a student who's had pre-calc in high school is considered ready for college-level algebra, stats or calc--but most universities have some sort of placement testing to determine math readiness. Perhaps you're aware that, when compared to students in the other industrialized nations, students in U.S. high schools score near the bottom in math achievement tests? Seems that the middling level of study in the UK would more than match our typical students.
Moab Originally Answered: Do top American universities accept IB Maths Studies Level?
First, yes, it is VERY realistic for you to think about attending school in America, and the choices are broad. However, the cost may be a factor. The reason you don't find guidelines for A-levels is that Americans do not have A-levels. Instead, admissions counselors at every individual university in the U.S. makes individual decisions on admissions, using a variety of factors, including GPA, SAT or ACT entrance examination scores, extracurricular activities, leadership evidence, and overall likelihood of high performance. That said, there is absolutely NO doubt that you'd be able to find a program somewhere in the U.S. that would take you. The U.S. has a wide variety of schools geared to a wide variety of entrance skills, including a few that will accept any student who has successfully completed high school. That said, you have three challenges in front of you. First, selecting a school that you like that will also like you. Second, figuring out a way to pay for it. Third, navigating the arcane regulations regarding immigration. Truthfully, there is also a lot of scholarship money available in the U.S. While financial aid is generally not available to international students, it is not at all uncommon for high calibre students of any nationality to be offered academic scholarships. But you have to negotiate. The selection of the school is something that you'll have to decide for yourself. What is it that you hope to gain from coming to the U.S.? Want to be in a big city or a small town? Want to be in a school that values entrepreneurship or the arts? Want to be in a place that will challenge you or one where you can stand out as the top student? Think about those, then start doing research. Best of luck to you. Feel free to make contact if you need further guidance.
Moab Originally Answered: Do top American universities accept IB Maths Studies Level?
I have the exact same problem. I'm a humanistic-minded person and therefore I'm not so good at maths. I'm also entering the IB course next year and I'm concidering Maths Studies, however I'm worried that the good universities in USA will not accept me (I'm an international student). Any help would be great. Thanks a lot, Oscar MT.
Moab Originally Answered: Do top American universities accept IB Maths Studies Level?
The IB is increasing in popularity (not at the same level as the AP) but it is becoming more common. You will want to check with each school you are thinking of applying to to check on the schools current acceptance of IB courses. DA

Moab Originally Answered: Some universities don't even accept the applications?
US colleges accept all application that are complete for review. Once reviewed they send out acceptance and denied letters. You can find each college's acceptance rate on line. Harvard's acceptance rate is under 8%. They deny well over 15,000 applications every year. Some colleges can have an acceptance rate of over 65%. US schools look at: Grades; what classes were taken and at what level, SAT/ACT score, Letters of recommendation, college essay, extra actitivites, leadership positions, and awards
Moab Originally Answered: Some universities don't even accept the applications?
Most universities will reject at least some applications. No university will take just anyone- you need to be good enough to get in. Different universities have different acceptance rates, and you can usually look this up online. Somewhere like Harvard only takes a small minority of people who apply, while some universities take more. Universities will consider things like school results, test results (usually the SAT/ACT in the US, other countries usually have other tests), other achievements, and performance at an interview. No two universities are the same, though, and you should check the specifics to your university and your country. For instance, in the USA, there's a lot of focus on extra-curricular activities, whereas in Australia, it's basically test results and that's it.

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