Applying A Graduate School Is Looking Into What Interest You At Each School

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One of the first steps toward applying to a graduate school is looking into what interest you in each school. This report discusses three different graduate programs in different graduate schools that offer with admission requirements that include, but not limited to, grade points average (GPA), graduate record examinations (GRE), Personal Statement, and transcripts. Moreover, it also provides information in regards of the intangibles of each program such as costs, location, and funding like assistanceships and scholarships. The first graduate program that interests me is a master of science in health science that is offered by West Virginia University, which is located in Morgantown, West Virginia. They require transcripts from all, previously attended schools with a GPA of a minimum of 3.0 on a 4.0 scale. Also, the GRE is required with no minimum score. Moreover, three letters of recommendation and a one personal statement are also required. As of their requirements for international students as myself, 600 on paper based TOFEL test or 6.5 on an IELTS test must be achieved. Additionally, an interview for this program is not necessary, however, all prospective graduate students are expected to have maintained a C or better in their undergraduate courses for a one year of biology or related coursework, two years of chemistry, one year physics, math through calculus, one coursework in the social or behavioral sciences, and English. For this program, the focus of the study is

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