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Would anyone know whether it is sufficient to fall within top 5 per cent or would a person's rank within the 5 per cent also be important.

For instance if two people from the same university are applying, while both fall within the top 5 per cent of their batch, but one has scored more than the other. Would that mean the one with the lower score between the two wouldn't stand a chance?

[Edited by AimR on May 13, 2017]

Would anyone know whether it is sufficient to fall within top 5 per cent or would a person's rank within the 5 per cent also be important.

For instance if two people from the same university are applying, while both fall within the top 5 per cent of their batch, but one has scored more than the other. Would that mean the one with the lower score between the two wouldn't stand a chance?
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Camford
Would anyone know whether it is sufficient to fall within top 5 per cent or would a person's rank within the 5 per cent also be importanT.


Ranking is also important. You should try and identify your rank and include it into your application.
[quote]Would anyone know whether it is sufficient to fall within top 5 per cent or would a person's rank within the 5 per cent also be importanT. [/quote]

Ranking is also important. You should try and identify your rank and include it into your application.
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