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Sir/Madam,



I am applying for student's visa for US.



I had applied for a school in US and also got admission for the Masters degree.

As per the requirements of the school I had submitted the documents and since that school does not need GRE , I have not taken the exam. Now , I do have a doubt that whether for the visa interview , is it a must to take up the exam or can I submit a letter from the particular university where they had clearly mentioned that they don't need GRE for that specific course.

Thanks,
Balu r (t_r_balu@yahoo.com)

Tags: us, thanks, gre
Asked by Balu Rathinam, 05 Apr '08 02:47 am
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1.

I think you will get it
Answered by anil garg, 10 Mar '13 12:38 am

 
  
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When the university is not asking foe gre no need to write the exam. but us consulates are very strict n do not grant visa so easily n hence they may get a chance tht u do not have a gre score to reject the visa. i have heard abt visa rejection of students without toefl though the university did not require it.
anyway when alll the proceedings have completed n only applying is left better u apply 4 the visa. if u r lucky enough u may get it right now .
lets hope 4 the best.
Answered by aliya jabeen, 05 Apr '08 06:03 am

 
  
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I will tel u ........af few min
Answered by raj khan, 05 Apr '08 03:38 am

 
  
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You can apply for that university where GRE is not reqd and get the clarance certificate from them
Answered by saranathan Narasimhan, 05 Apr '08 03:24 am

 
  
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The folks at the consulate basically look for the acceptance letters and scholarships. However, just to be on the safer side, please carry a letter from the university that states that GRE is not required for admission. If the consulate folks ask you for GRE scores then provide the letter. Usually they don't ask you to show GRE and TOEFL scores at the consulate. Good luck!!!
Answered by cool analyzer, 05 Apr '08 02:53 am

 
  
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