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Can GRE score be used to get jobs in India?

If in case I have written the exam well and I am not in a position to go to US then will that certificate will be useful in India for applying jobs
Kaustubh Katdare
Kaustubh Katdare • Aug 7, 2016
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If in case I have written the exam well and I am not in a position to go to US then will that certificate will be useful in India for applying jobs
I don't think any company will want to recruit a candidate with a good GRE score. The reason is simple - the chances of the candidate quitting a job within a year to opt for PG studies are very high.

I'm yet to know of a company in India that recruits on the basis of GRE score.
Kaustubh Katdare
I don't think any company will want to recruit a candidate with a good GRE score. The reason is simple - the chances of the candidate quitting a job within a year to opt for PG studies are very high.

I'm yet to know of a company in India that recruits on the basis of GRE score.
If they recruits us we can give assurance by making an agreement that I will work for your company for years.will that be enough.but my main question is will that GRE mark list will be useful in India or not .Basing on that certificate will they any special preference
[Prototype]
[Prototype] • Aug 8, 2016
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If they recruits us we can give assurance by making an agreement that I will work for your company for years.will that be enough.but my main question is will that GRE mark list will be useful in India or not .Basing on that certificate will they any special preference
I doubt that will be much of use. GRE is aptitude test, not the technical one like GATE. That means, GRE is not useful to access a person's technical knowledge and hence won't be used to offer technical job. I don't think it'll be of much use other than applying to foreign universities.

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