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- December 27, 2013
A lot of schools do accept applications from candidates having 15 years of education. While evaluating applications, the admissions committee looks at you as a complete package rather than focusing on just 1 single aspect, so if the rest of your application is strong, you may still have a shot at the top schools. A few candidates, in order to match their academic credentials will go to the extent of completing another year in a post-graduate program only for the sake of putting it on the application and satisfying the admission requirements listed on the university website. Instead of that you can fix the issue in a better approach and spend the useful time focusing on the bigger picture like GRE or GMAT /TOEFL /IELTS based on university requirement so that your application becomes impressive. The number of years of education is just a qualifying criteria and if the university mentions on its website that a three years undergraduate course is acceptable (and many do), there’s no need to worry about this aspect any more.