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My experience during the time i Seeking to join US University

After my first SAT score did not come out as expected, I flew over to Biratnagar to sit for next SAT exam. I had prepared really hard for the standardized tests. I had to score higher in the SAT and the seats were all filled in Kathmandu. I scored 2010 on the second attempt. I got pretty decent TOEFL score of 104 too. The hard work had paid off. Then there came along the demanding tasks of researching about college and writing application essays.

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Starting to Study-Financial Planning

International studies demand a high degree of financial strength. So you need to make various analyses so as to decide if you can afford to study. You must have clear ideas regarding: How much your study will cost and How you are going to pay for it The cost of...

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Study in University of Tasmania

Tasmania lies in the unique environment and surrounded by most beautiful places- Water front capital city, with world class cafe and restaurant, natural wilderness and amazing beaches.
Student never feel bored to spend countless evening and weekends, there is the weird and wonderful wildlife.

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Want to study abroad? Keep these 5 things in mind

Look at a number of factors when you decide on your study programme, study location and country choice. If you have ever dreamt or aspired to study abroad, the good news is that there are thousands of universities across North America, Europe, Asia and Australia that...

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Nursing in Australia

Australia is a great place to study to become a nurse; it is home to 10 out of 50 best universities in the world in area of nursing. You can choose to become a nurse undertaking a course either thorough Vocational Education and Training (VET) or university. Here we will walk you through many courses you can take to become a nurse.

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US Visa Success Mantra

You will have to appear one face-to-face interview with consular officer for US visa. So the following mantras will let you win the heart of consular officer and convince him/her to give you your ticket to U.S.: the student visa. Demonstrate ties to your home country...

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How to get a VISA for Canada

To study in Canada you need study permit and a visa.  However, you don’t need to apply for both or pay an additional fee.  The visa will automatically be issued at the same time as your study permit. You can apply for a study permit either online or through a paper...

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How to get a VISA for New Zealand

If you have decided to savor New Zealand’s high-quality teaching standards and gain internationally recognized qualifications, we will walk you through the processes of getting a study visa to New Zealand. If you want to bring your partner or children with you, they...

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How to get a F-1 Visa for United States

In order for a citizen of a foreign country to enter United States, a visa is required. The visa may be a non-immigrant visa or an immigrant visa. Non immigrant visa lets you stay for temporary time period while immigrant visa makes you the permanent resident of the...

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Sample Partner Visa Interview Questions

For many partner interview applicants and sponsors, the Australian Department of Immigration and Citizenship (DIAC) will conduct an interview either in person or by phone. The interview is designed to probe each person’s knowledge about the relationship and about...

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Study Abroad Aids Personal Development

Studying abroad aids personal development Studying overseas can have a positive impact on a young individual's personal development, new research has shown. Published in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, the study looked at a sample of more than 1,000...

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How to apply for VISA of Finland

HOW TO APPLY Step 1 Prepare your application and supporting documents: Go to "Schengen visas" link on this website to understand details of visa types. Here you can find information on the photo specifications, documents required, processing times and more. Step 2...

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Study in Japan

Geography and Demographics Japan is a small and mountainous island nation, but one of huge regional differences. Before modern roads, rails, and bridges, Japan’s many populations were cut off from each other. Strong regional identities with their own dialects,...

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How To Live With a Roomie

If you plan to live in an on-campus dorm, chances are you’ll have a roommate. Living with a roommate can be very beneficial and enrich your college experience, but at times it can also be difficult to share a living space. As someone who has spent the last two years...

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Study Abroad Career Benefits

Study abroad: Career Benefits If you are currently studying abroad, you will probably, at some point, have referred to how the experience will look “great on your CV”. You might have cited the employability aspect of spending time abroad to justify it to yourself or...

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Employers value candidate who study abroad

International students, in the eyes of employers, boast a range of qualities which domestic students can find difficult to demonstrate in an interview process. This is great news if you choose to study abroad! Successfully applying for a job is all about making an...

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Some Australian Visas

Student Visas Student visas are available for a wide range of educational institutions in Australia including primary, secondary (high school), English language schools (called ELICOS schools), vocational and technical schools (including TAFE institutes in Australia),...

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How to Get an Australian Student Visa

In order to study in Australia, you will need to obtain an Australian student visa. You must be able to prove to the Department of Immigration and Citizenship(DIAC) that you meet the following key Australian student visa requirements: Genuine Student Requirement,...

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What Makes a strong College Essay

Writing a college essay could very well be the most high pressure part of the college application process. At some point, there is little students can do about grades, extracurricular activities and what will and won't be said in their recommendation letters. The...

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