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While there is no magical number that guarantees your admission, a higher score is always better. You can take a deep breath though, because getting into the university of your choice doesn't necessarily mean you need a perfect score. Here is a quick guide to figuring out the ballpark your score should be in -- not because it has to, but because your admission process would go a lot more smoothly. Lets begin with the…
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