Undergrad Forum

We will soon be adding a forum to help reduce social topics on the email thread in order to both increase organization and decrease inbox clutter. This post will be updated as progress is made.

You can find the forum by following this link.

Please do not register or post to the forum until its launch is officially announced, as posts and users will be deleted without notice.

Any requests for forum sections, categories, or enhancements can be directed to the webmaster at alphazeta [dot] thetachi [at] gmail [dot] com

3 thoughts on “Undergrad Forum

  1. I think they should annuonce very soon. It was supposed to be September but they kept postponing. Follow Kuwait University official twitter account. They will annuonce there so you won’t miss it. As for the TOEFL, GRE and GMAT, you have to submit along with your application but you can submit newer GMAT, TOEFL and GRE scores to the department you are applying to before the interviews.

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