Numbers Don’t Define Destiny
While preparing for study abroad, it sometimes so happens that we start thinking that scores of IELTS or TOEFL and GRE or GMAT or any other exam are sufficient to get admission into a college. The truth is they are not. Getting a good score obviously increases your chances of getting admission. But then getting a low score does not mean you have no chance of getting into the college.
There are other things that have a role to play. You statement of purpose, a letter of recommendation, the cir-cum vitae, your essay sample. This does not mean that you should stop preparing for these exams. The point is you really need to get good marks in them but even if you don’t and you have a very strong hold on the other things, you may get admission. remember, you need to have a good strong over the other things, if you don’t get good marks. In the end, you as a whole matter.
So, anyone out there, who thinks that may be I will not get admission, because I am poor in English, remember they accept people who are talented. English proficiency is required so that you could communicate well. so, if you think that you have the x-factor, that you have it in you, don’t shy away, thinking you may not get good marks in these exams. They are just part of the application proses, not the entire application process. Work hard and remember, If there is a will, there is a way.