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What GRE Score is required at top Canadian Unis?

dprogramsdprograms Registered User Posts: 8 New Member

I'm planning to go to Montreal for 3 months to study French.
However, I'm also interested in applying for a master degree (by research) at
either U.ofT/McGill/Queens' since I already have my Master degree (by coursework) from
U.Melbourne, Australia.

My previous professor at U.Melbourne used to teach at McGill for 16 years and one of my lecturer used to be a visiting professor at McGill (she got PhD. from U.ofT). Considering these facts, it would be feasible to get the offer.

However, I've never taked GMAT/GRE before. I heard that they are very difficult compared to TOEFL/IELTS which I took before. Anyone have information on this? e.g. at what percentile% should I get?

I read at QueensU's website, it is stated that the minimum score required for GMAT is 600 but they did not explicitly state the minimum score for GRE. Anyone ever applied to a good Canadian school using GRE? How much score is required????

I've been always the most stupid students in maths class rooms since my primary school so I think GRE would be an option for me because I heard that GRE's math is easier. Anyone could confirm this?

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