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My daughter ,25 years old,is a Postgraduate in Applied Microbiology, which she passed from University of Madras in June 2004. She is working in Kuwait
since then as a Medical Microbiologist after duly getting a govt license from the Health Ministry of Kuwait. Now she wants to do MBA in Actuarial Scince in any Australian University.She has successfully given TOEFL exam also with a good score. Please let us know if she would be able to do the same without having to do any entrance tests directly.
Kumar.
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Asked by Janardhanam kumar, 25 Sep '07 11:24 pm
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Don't go to Australia, u'll end up working for 1.85L/annum in HSBC like me or be unemplyd. +under unprofessional people who act as if they are doing u a big favour by hiring u and forcefully create conditions so that u are out of the country and back to Australia, or marry a mafia backed candidate, so that they can land there without working for it. LIFE IS HORRIBLE AFTER COMING BACK [THE WAY INDIANS TREAT, AS COMMANDED BY AUSTRALIA]. DO NOT GO THERE FOR ANY STUDIES, especially women. There are marriage rackets, U'll end up with divorces and horrible personal and professional life like me. '
Answered by INDIA, 26 Sep '07 12:15 am

 
  
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Dear Mr. Kumar,
The kind of background your daughter has- there should be no reason at all for her to persue higher studies.
A lot of Universities waive off admission tests but some of them may.
You need to check it out on a case to case basis.
Answered by rajarshi ganguly, 25 Sep '07 11:29 pm

 
  
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Check with the university. A GMAT is required for an MBA
Answered by Saj Sierra, 26 Sep '07 02:04 am

 
  
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