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Pre-cursor to applications in USA
Education abroad is an important decision in a student’s life. It’s a new beginning in a foreign country which requires a lot of careful preparation including shortlisting universities...
How to prepare for SAT examination?
Preparations for SAT can be overwhelming with many self-help books and sites around. SAT determine the academic success of a student...
Preparing for competitive exams
Competitive exams today have become an important part of one’s study course. With the rise in the education standards, appearing for competitive exams gives an edge to your career...
TestMentor’s Online SAT Prep Course: First Step towards Your College
High School students wanting to join college, SAT exam is a must. High school students go under a lot of pressure. Academic life in US is bit tough, but the tougher part is yet to come i.e. giving your SAT exam...
TestMentor’s SAT Prep: Teaching the Tools of the Trade
A thorough Research by experts for the SAT prep agrees that most students failing to crack the SAT exam are due to lack of preparation strategy. Many student’s Tend to spend more time on a particular question and then at the end of the test...
Improve your scores with TestMentor’s SAT Study Material
To study in US you have to pass your SAT exam and then you are eligible to get admission in to universities after high school. The score has to be between 600 to 2400...
US University Admissions - Comparing the Profiles
Students normally post the short profiles on forums and expect somebody to suggest Universities based upon the information. US Universities find extremely difficult to compare students...
Choosing the Right Counselor - Major Decision
US offer large variety of Quality options for every profile of the students. It is one of the country having more than 3500 Universities out of which around 500 Universities across disciplines regarded as excellent...
THE GOOD COUNSELORS MUST HAVE 6 POINT’S
Counselors should also follow the Ethical practices as Education is noble field and commercials should always comes second to student interest...
Working in the USA- Useful Information for Every Student’s
Remember that you are restricted by your visa in terms of being able to work in the USA. It is a MUST that you know all the requirements and restrictions concerning your visa! Please be sure to visit our Center or contact our Experts...
Process of On-Campus Employment opportunity
On-campus employment is the category most freely permitted by the USCIS regulations, and it does not require USCIS approval. However, although F-1 status includes an on-campus employment privilege...
What is Optional Practical Training (OPT)?
International students in the U.S. in valid F-1 immigration status are permitted to work off-campus in optional practical training (OPT) status both during and after completion of their degree. Rules established by the U.S. Citizenship...
Criteria for CPT employment
Regardless of whether you are approved for full or part-time on CPT, there is no limit to how long you can work. However, if you work full-time on CPT for 12 months or more, you are not eligible for OPT...
Is PhD after Bachelor’s Programs Possible in USA?
Absolutely Yes!! Profile building is the key for PhD applications. Students interested in research frequently take their paths through the master’s programs and then convert to a PhD. But a direct application to PhD...
Will Work Experience Help Me in Getting a Good University for MS – A Brainstorming Question for all Students!
The answer is Yes!!!- But amazingly Not Always. It will definitely add some weight age to our resume but not mandatory that it will give us the university...
How to Select the University from Multiple Admits
Students have a sigh of relief when they receive admit from at least one desire university. But they find themselves at crossroads when they receive admits from multiple universities. At such times there are certain things to be taken...
 
 
 
 
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