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    Hey i wud also like to know if the subject test is reqd
    me finished my B.E in electronics n communication..I wnna do my M.S in CS....Do i have to take the subject test??

    smebdy help us out..

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    For ppl changing their streams, as in your case from EC to CS, Subject GRE is a must.
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    Well am currently in just getting into 3rd year for Btech CS and i wish to pursure MS in CS as well..do i need a GRE subject test to get into the good universities?

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    Subject GRE is not a must. However, if you want any of those better univs, or financial assisstance, well, bro, you better appear in the test.

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