If you don’t clear (pass) your exam paper on your first attempt, then it is considered a backlog subject (paper).
Yes, we can apply to universities abroad with backlogs, but not with active backlogs!
Universities may accept your application if the subject (paper) on which you failed was not a major one.
But most universities in the US will accept a maximum of 5 backlogs. However, some universities accept a maximum of 10-15 backlogs.
There is always a chance that students with up to 10-15 backlogs will be accepted at some universities if they achieve a high GRE score (310–325).
Kent State University, Ohio
Gannon University, Pennsylvania
Wichita State University, Kansas
California State University, San Bernardino
Pace University, New York
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago
Golden Gate University, California
Pittsburg State University, Kansas
Old Dominion University, Virginia
Always try to complete your graduation without backlogs and maintain a good overall CGPA.
Most universities in the US allow up to 5 backlogs, so keep your backlogs under 5.
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