Each institution has its own requirement for admissions, so it is very important to carefully read the information available on the school’s web site or the directions on the application form before you begin. Most schools will require some or all of the following documents: an application form that includes important information about you, certified copies of all academic records (diplomas, transcripts, etc.), standardized test reports (for example, the TOEFL and/or the SAT, GMAT, or GRE), a statement of purpose, letters of recommendation, and evidence of financial resources to pay for the education or a financial aid application and also an Affidavit of support from the sponsors. In addition, most schools charge an application fee.
You are required to take the following tests to be considered for admission in any of the US Universities.
Almost all U.S. institutions require international applicants whose native language is not English to demonstrate their English language proficiency .A new, Internet-based version of the TOEFL test (TOEFL iBT) has been introduced beginning in 2006. The
TOEFL iBT score assesses speaking, listening, reading, and writing.
The GRE test is required for students to enroll in masters or doctoral programs in the arts, sciences, humanities, and engineering fields. It consists of two independent tests, the General GRE and the Subject GRE. The General Test is a computer test that measures verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing skills developed over a long period of time and not necessarily related to a particular field of study.