If you’re an international student, applying to grad school in the United States can be a little confusing and intimidating. In addition to all of the things U.S. citizens have to think about (GRE scores, the application, the application essays, résumés, and more), there are many other things you also need to consider: The compatibility of your degree, where you’ll take the GRE (since it is not offered in all cities or even all countries), and how you’ll finance grad school, among many others.
This Beginners Guide will give you the general background you need to start the grad school application process, and will also cover some essential topics that apply specifically to international students.
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