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Will backlogs affect my pursuit of MS in Australia?
Falgun Shah profile image Falgun Shah Member Join date: Aug, 2014 Posts: 1 Points: 0

I have 33backlogs in my engineering so will it affect my admission or visa chances in australia. And i have 28backlogs out of 33 from 1,2&3 Semesters 

  • August 13, 2014
  • Preferred qualification: Postgraduate | Preferred study destination: Australia

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

It would be better to complete your backlogs and then apply for an MS. Without a consolidated transcript carrying all your completed modules you may have issues getting admission. If you need more help and guidance on these aspects, register in Uniguru's new site, Hotcourses India, and get free help with all your study abroad needs. http://www.hotcoursesabroad.com/india/

 

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Sagar Patel profile image Sagar Patel Member Join date: Jan, 2015 Posts: 1 Points: 10

I have 13 backlogs in my enginnering.but all solved.can i get admission for MS and visa for australia.

Jeevan Mithra profile image Jeevan Mithra Member Join date: Jan, 2015 Posts: 1 Points: 10

I am now studying my 4-2 n upto my 4-1 i have only 1 backlog that too in 4-1. As per JNTUK rules we can exclude 2 subjects in our entirw B.Tech soo i wanna to exclude this subject and can i apply for my visa with this

Naveen Chanda profile image Naveen Chanda Member Join date: Jun, 2016 Posts: 1 Points: 10

hello,i have around 50 backlogs and 50% in btech civil engg. but the degree has completed in 6years i have 3 years work experience. am i eligible for applying for masters in australia!?

 

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