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zavedrahman
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PGRE for engineers

Postby zavedrahman » Sun Jul 26, 2009 4:41 am

Hello everybody
I've done my BSc. in electronics and telecommunication. But I know that I'm made for study physics. Now, I want to give PGRE. I have exactly 6 months from September. If anyone in this forum have background like me then please response. It will be very helpful if we can discuss about our preparation as we don't have very much physics background.

blackcat007
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Re: PGRE for engineers

Postby blackcat007 » Sun Jul 26, 2009 4:51 am

zavedrahman wrote:Hello everybody
I've done my BSc. in electronics and telecommunication. But I know that I'm made for study physics. Now, I want to give PGRE. I have exactly 6 months from September. If anyone in this forum have background like me then please response. It will be very helpful if we can discuss about our preparation as we don't have very much physics background.


I believe you are from India, first thing you must know that the 3yr BSc course is not sufficient to apply for graduate course in almost all the US schools, you have to have a MSc course also. secondly PGRE is held only in november in India .. registration for i has already started.

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