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University of Pittsburgh GRE scores

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3 years ago
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University of Pittsburgh
United States

Score
334
Category
American
Accepted via Website on 12th Feb 2016

(M.Arch / M.Plan) Urban Studies And Planning

Accepted via Website on 12 Feb 2016 Undergrad GPA: 3.50 General (V/Q/W): 166/168/5.00
3 years ago
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University of Pittsburgh
United States

Score
317
Category
American
Accepted via E-Mail on 15th Feb 2016

(M.Arch / M.Plan) Urban Studies And Planning

Accepted via E-mail on 15 Feb 2016 Undergrad GPA: 3.65 General (V/Q/W): 157/160/5.50
1 year ago
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University of Pittsburgh
United States

Score
311
Category
American
Accepted via E-Mail on 19th Feb 2018

(M.Arch / M.Plan) Urban Studies And Planning

Received an email to check the portal. Quite an early admission, though I submitted an application in early January.
Accepted via E-mail on 19 Feb 2018 Undergrad GPA: 3.70 General (V/Q/W): 158/153/4.00
3 years ago
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University of Pittsburgh
United States

Score
302
Category
American
Accepted via E-Mail on 15th Feb 2016

(M.Arch / M.Plan) Urban Studies And Planning

2 yrs of work overseas with the military, letters of recommendation from Department heads and military commander.
Accepted via E-mail on 15 Feb 2016 Undergrad GPA: 3.27 General (V/Q/W): 156/146/4.00
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Master Of Architecture

Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Architecture are closely connected to other disciplines like Arts and Design. Architecture is very important in human history and anthropology, considering we each inhabit the big structures built by our ancestors. Architecture degrees share ties to academic subjects like Construction Engineering, Graphic Design, User Experience Design and Arts.

Architects need to have an eye for beauty, utility and durability. During architecture school, you will learn about architectural styles, the science of designing, design structures, landscape architecture and 3D designs. You will also discover computer software such as Computer-Aided Design (CAD), which helps you to plan, analyse and optimise design work.

Your degree in Architecture will teach you all about design rules, where you should follow them, and where you'll have some room for exploration and creativity. Knowing how to work with texture, colour, contrast, lighting and many other aspects will allow you to become an expert in designing buildings. Of course, you will also have to make sure your vision can also be built according to safety standards and available resources.

Some of the courses Architecture students will gain access to include: Analysis of Contemporary Architecture, City Design and Development, Urban Design Policy, Residential Design, and Green Construction.

After graduating with a degree in Architecture, you will have the opportunity to work as a: licensed architect, CAD technician, interior and spatial designer, and urban designer. Other jobs you can find are: building surveyor, construction manager, landscape architect, or structural engineer.

Graduate Record Examination

The Graduate Record Examination (GRE) is globally accepted for admissions to graduate and PhD programs. GRE scores are used for cutoffs only. A good GRE score will not guarantee admission to top colleges, but a low GRE score can definitely disqualify you from considering your application.

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