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I intend to pursue Cancer research abroad. Please advice what I should do and how I should start applying to unis abroad.
Aindrila Saha Aindrila Saha Member Join date: Aug, 2014 Posts: 1 Points: 0

I have a GRE of 312 with AWA-3; TOEFL-99...

 I have high GPAs in my masters as well as bachelors (both in microbiology). I am planning to apply for a cancer biology programme in US.

 I have worked 6 months as a trainee in University Of Calcutta, regarding cervical cancer and currently I am volunteering in a molecular biology lab in Universify of Colorado, working with hepatocellular carcinoma . This experience is for two months.

one paper submitted and have a gold medal in an international conference.

suggest me some good universities based on my profile. Also will retaking GRE is advisable?

please let me know.

 

aindrila

 

  • August 31, 2014
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: United States

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Ashwin Sriram Ashwin Sriram Expert Join date: Jul, 2014 Posts: 50 Points: 720

Hi Saha, your GRE score should be valid for two years so you don't need to retake it unless it is outdated. Given your high scores and background, you should apply for the top tier of Unis in the US. Register in Uniguru's newest site Hotcourses India and check out the list of Unis you can apply to based on your specific scores. Everything from application, guidance, visas and test prep advice is offered to you for free. http://www.hotcoursesabroad.com/india/

Based on your options, you can start applying for the upcoming intake.

Ashwin,
Hotcourses India (formerly Uniguru)

 

 

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