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    planning to do MS in USA

    I am planning to do MS in USA. I completed B.Tech with 73 % in IT. Presently I am working as software testing engineer I have around 1.6 years of experience, present I am going to for TOEFL coaching. How much scores in B.tech do we need to be considered for scholarships. From where should I get my transcripts evaluated? I have heard they are quiet expensive. Please give me Advise

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    What is your GRE score ? You should get in to a good school. It should not be a problem. There are many schools which will offer you admissions and where you have high probability of getting scholarships as well. Schools such as UT Tyler will admit you and give you scholarship. Just get in touch with the professors to secure an assistantship. You have work experience too so getting a job after graduating should not be a big deal either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Simran View Post
    I am planning to do MS in USA. I completed B.Tech with 73 % in IT. Presently I am working as software testing engineer I have around 1.6 years of experience, present I am going to for TOEFL coaching. How much scores in B.tech do we need to be considered for scholarships. From where should I get my transcripts evaluated? I have heard they are quiet expensive. Please give me Advise
    I don't have too much info on the scholarship but about the transcript evaluation there are a few companies that are well known like the ones listed below. Try any one of them.

    WES (World Education Services - International Education Intelligence )
    Foreign Credits (Translation and Credential Evaluation - Foreign Credits)
    Evaluation World (Foreign Credential Evaluation Services, Degree, Diploma, Transcript Evaluation and Translations)

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    Here is another verifiable credential evaluation service, my friend used:

    Saygist - Certified Translation and Credential Evaluation Services

    I recommend that you write a compelling letter to highlight your work experience as well. As for expensive evaluation services, my friend had hers evaluated from Saygist and they gave her a discount for both certified translation and evaluation of her foreign credentials. It was like, $99. Good luck.

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