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JNU entrance test admit card uploaded on university website

education Updated: May 08, 2012 11:38 IST

Hindustan Times

JNU entrance test admit card uploaded on university website
Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi, has uploaded on its websites the admit cards for candidates appearing in the JNU and combined biotechnology entrance examination scheduled for May 22, 23, 24 and 25, 2012, at various centres all over the country. Candidates may download the same from websites or and take that admit card to the examination centre. The university has said it would not dispatch the admit card separately.

GRE candidates can now choose which scores to send to institutes
After introducing the GRE (Graduate Record Examination) revised General Test, the GRE programme is now launching the ScoreSelect option as one more enhancement. With the ScoreSelect option which is due to be available from July 2012, candidates can decide which test scores to send to the institutions they designate, so they can send the scores they feel reflect their personal best. “The ScoreSelect option focuses on helping test takers succeed on the road to an advanced degree because they can approach test day with more confidence,” says James Wimbush, 2011-2012 GRE board chair.

Now, you can pay your Toefl iBT fees in Indian rupees
Students now have the option to use Indian rupees as a payment method for the Toefl iBT fees. The new payment choice is available to test takers by selecting the credit card option through the Toefl online registration system. The euro, yen and won are also now accepted as payment through the online registration system. For many Indian students, this has the potential for cost-savings as payment is no longer limited to US dollar. Indian Toefl test takers paying in rupees will no longer incur currency exchange fees charged by most debit and credit card companies.

First Published: May 08, 2012 11:33 IST

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