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GRE for Imperial MSc Statistics (Applied Statistics)

Do you need to take GRE for this course? I couldn't find on the website but maybe I missed it.
Original post by dl00
Do you need to take GRE for this course? I couldn't find on the website but maybe I missed it.


According to the following page, a GRE score is not required (it's not mentioned):
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/courses/postgraduate-taught/statistics-applied-statistics/
If you're based in the UK, your minimum requirement is to have a 2:1 degree in statistics, mathematics, engineering, physics or computer science.
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Original post by MindMax2000
According to the following page, a GRE score is not required (it's not mentioned):
https://www.imperial.ac.uk/study/courses/postgraduate-taught/statistics-applied-statistics/
If you're based in the UK, your minimum requirement is to have a 2:1 degree in statistics, mathematics, engineering, physics or computer science.

Nice, thanks a lot!
Original post by dl00
Nice, thanks a lot!

Sorry, I forgot to add a caveat: if you're really not sure and you want a definite answer, it's always better to check with the postgrad admissions of the maths department at Imperial to double check than to rely on the answer of people in TSR. We don't make the decision to your MSc application, they do.

There was also a note on the page: there's usually a lot of competition and usually successful applicants have first class degrees in their applications as opposed to the 2:1. I don't know how things will fare for this year's application, but good luck.

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