A.There is no one-size-fits-all answer to this question. Each school has different requirements for admission into its master’s programs. However, most schools will require you to have a bachelor’s degree and submit official academic transcripts, and either or all of these: letters of recommendation, a personal statement, a statement of purpose, admission essays, and a graduate resume. Some schools may also require applicants to attend a group discussion or attend an interview. It is also not uncommon for GRE scores to be needed for most programs, the GMAT score by business schools, MCAT by medical schools, and LSAT by law schools. Finally, a high Grade Point Average (GPA) in one’s undergraduate degree is also a critical requirement.
The admission process is straightforward with most institutions. Applicants must register, pay for their application form, meet all eligibility criteria, compile all the required documents, and submit them online or by regular mail, as the school directs. Be sure to check with the schools you are interested in to determine their specific requirements.