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Low TOEFL score US Universities

Posted by AEG on November 9, 2011
Ahsland University, OH California State University, Fullerton – offers conditional admission without a TOEFL score. Students join the American Language Program which offers 24 hours per week of intensive academically oriented English. Students remain in the program taking one or more university classes when they are in our upper levels until they...

TOEFL IBT 4hrs is tired and frustrating

Posted by AEG on October 20, 2011
Hi,I was taking the practice TOEFL IBT test and each of the section was close to an hour and it took me nearly 4 hrs to complete the test.Eventhough I got 95 overall in the pratice and I don’t know if I can concentrate and sit before computer for 4hrs without walking or without taking a sip of water.I got really frustrated and walked out of practice...
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6 Real life tips for TOEFL exam from Pradeep

Posted by AEG on September 22, 2011
Following Real lifeTOEFL tips was sent by Pradeep 1.Try to keep your mind positive.Avoid any argument with your parents or your siblings the day before or on the day of exam.The more your mind is clear the better and easier the exam will be. 2.Go to bed early.An hour early than usual.Believe me that one hour extra sleep will do miracles to your mind...
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Guest Amanda, INDIA in Chat Room Iam applying to Western Michigan University for fall 2011.My TOEFL is 74 below the requirement for masters. Will I get admission? Please advice. Two things can happen 1) Admission committee can provide you with conditional admission and ask you to take Intensive English language courses. Advantage: You get an I-20. Disadvantages:...

TOEFL exam without Passport ?

Posted by AEG on February 15, 2011
Identification requirements varies with countries. If you are from India passport is mandatory and we strongly recommend to wait till you get your passport before registering for exams. Some students register for exam to save on time, which might be ok if you don’t have any errors in passport. If your names (First name and Last name) are interchanged...

Your SAT score good enough?

Posted by AEG on February 4, 2011
What are good SAT scores? Do you have the SAT scores you need to get into your top choice schools? This article explains the relationship between college admissions and SAT scores. SAT scores are just one of many criteria used by colleges to make admissions decisions. Nevertheless, their importance shouldn’t be underestimated. As much as admissions...
To estimate your IQ based on your GRE scores: 1.  Add up your Verbal + Quantitative scores. 2.  Look at the table given below.  It also gives your percentile with respect to the general population. An example of a test with 15 IQ points per standard deviation (SD) is the Wechsler. An example of a 16 SD test is the Stanford-Binet. This way of estimating...
The minimum acceptable scores for most of the universities for graduate students is 79 IBT demonstrates quite well that the TOEFL-iBT is somewhat easier to pass (earn an acceptable score) than the IELTS. The IELTS minimums are 6.0 out of a possible 9.0 for speaking and 6.0 out of a possible 9.0 overall. Given that a candidate reaches the 6.0 on speaking,...
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“I was taking listening section in TOEFL, there was a guy sitting next to me I guess doing speaking section. It was very disturbing I couldn’t concentrate.He was too loud. I ended up with 72.Will they offer me free re-test.Can you check and tell me please” Dear blog reader, There is no such thing as re-test with ETS (unless ETS find something...
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Indian students now can seek admissions into well respected 125 years old Concordia University, Wisconsin, USA granting master’s and bachelors degrees without TOEFL nor the SAT. Neither the TOEFL nor the SAT is required for admittance into our program. Further, at the graduate level, neither the GMAT nor the GRE are required for international...
Fretting over the TOEFL speaking section?  No need to worry – here are 11 practical tips to help keep you grounded: 1) Remember – it doesn’t have to be immaculately perfect. 2) Don’t take risks with new vocabulary words or complex pronunciations. If you aren’t pronouncing properly you loose points. 3) Don’t go over the time allotted....
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We have been following  up on students chat room and some of the students want universities with no application fee, no toefl ,no gre ?Some students doesn’t  want to take any standardized tests plus they don’t want to pay any application fee. Guys, this is ridiculous. We understand you want to save money but these questions are beyond somebody...
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