Author : Arushi Masurkar | 15-06-2021 | 151 Views
Do you have questions regarding going abroad? We are here with the answer to a few of your burning questions.
Q.1: I want to study abroad, when is the right time to start preparation?
Making the decision to go abroad as soon as possible is a must. Applying abroad is a very complicated and lengthy process thus deciding either in your first year of high school or second year of degree gives you enough time to research and prepare for the course best suited for you.
Q.2: If I have decided to study abroad, what will be my next step?
The next step is to figure out your budget. It is a very important step as it provides you with a base to start your research regarding your course and the country you want to study in. Once you have all this figured out you can start researching about the college that suits you the best. The last part of the research is to understand the application process and requirements for you to get into college. Next, you’ll need to start preparation which broadly means to give your exams, make your portfolio, complete the formalities and apply for a visa, etc. If this process seems very taxing to you, the best thing you can do is to give us a call after you have made the decision to study abroad. We’re happy to help.
Q.3: Can I study abroad without SAT, GRE, or GMAT?
Yes, you can study abroad without SAT, GRE, or GMAT. There are certain courses that are offered at certain universities that do not require these general exams. But for certain subjects, these general exams are a must.
Q.4: Is IELTS better or TOEFL?
It usually comes down to preference but the basic difference is that TOEFL can be given at the comfort of your home whereas IELTS has to be given at a center. TOEFL has a limited number of questions and is computer-based. IELTS can have multiple questions and is a combination of computer and paper-based.
Q.5: What is the Statement of Purpose and why is it important?
In simple terms Statement of Purpose is an essay which states your motivation to apply to a certain course and university. It should reflect your personality. It should state who you are as a person, what motivates you, why it motivates you, what do you want to be, who you’re ready to be and lastly, how this course and university that you’re opting for will help you with the same.
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