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    What are the actual requirements for Indian applicants to Imperial? Is JEE a requirement? I will be applying for mathematics, optimisation and statistics program (BSc) and I am preparing to take the MAT. Should I also take JEE?
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    (Original post by mahindar25)
    What are the actual requirements for Indian applicants to Imperial? Is JEE a requirement? I will be applying for mathematics, optimisation and statistics program (BSc) and I am preparing to take the MAT. Should I also take JEE?
    Hey, JEE isn't a requirement, anyway they just mention a clause on their website as "Good performance in JEE Main".And even if it were, you I'll require a decent score and you are good to go!By the way, Are you gonna apply for 2017 entry?
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    Yes, I'm applying for 2017 entry. I'm really worried because I haven't prepared for JEE since I didn't want to study engineering. Also, I am on a gap year.
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    Hey, JEE isn't a requirement, anyway they just mention a clause on their website as "Good performance in JEE Main".And even if it were, you I'll require a decent score and you are good to go!By the way, Are you gonna apply for 2017 entry?
    Also, do you think taking the MAT will be enough?
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    (Original post by mahindar25)
    Also, do you think taking the MAT will be enough?
    Well, I am in XII, gonna apply for 2017 entry! for Aero Meng.
    What were your XII board percentage?
    They will matter a lot!
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    (Original post by sohaillibra)
    Well, I am in XII, gonna apply for 2017 entry! for Aero Meng.
    What were your XII board percentage?
    They will matter a lot!
    I got 94.8% with 95% in math and phy. 99% in engineering graphics 91% in Chem and 94% in English. I don't know if my marks are above the threshold. And are you taking JEE by the way?
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    (Original post by mahindar25)
    I got 94.8% with 95% in math and phy. 99% in engineering graphics 91% in Chem and 94% in English. I don't know if my marks are above the threshold. And are you taking JEE by the way?
    So your scores are pretty good!
    I am hoping that I don't have to, but if I am asked then its okay because I am preparing anyway!

    What are your other uni choices? So you gonna study just maths?
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    (Original post by sohaillibra)
    So your scores are pretty good!
    I am hoping that I don't have to, but if I am asked then its okay because I am preparing anyway!

    What are your other uni choices? So you gonna study just maths?
    Yeah .. I'm planning to apply to Imperial, UCL and LSE. I'll study Maths with Econ if admitted to LSE
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    What is JEE in A level requirements?I am told it is easier but I want to confirm my suspicions.Sorry, I am not from India but just curious.
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    (Original post by alevez2ez)
    What is JEE in A level requirements?I am told it is easier but I want to confirm my suspicions.Sorry, I am not from India but just curious.
    JEE stands for Joint Entrance Examination which is conducted by CBSE Board in India, and over 1.1 milllion students take it every year!
    It is much harder than that of A levels!
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    How can you afford from India....
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    Are Indians incapable of affording a foreign education? You have a very wrong perception in general. Thousands of Indians go out to study abroad.
    In case you didn't know, many of us in our family have studied abroad, including my sister.
 
 
 
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