The main three documents that take time are a Passport & two Letters of Recommendation & IELTS marksheet. If you do not have a passport, do it now as without it you will not be able to travel anywhere in the world. The two Letters of Recommendation will have to be acquired from your college(…)
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If I do not qualify in IELTS for the first time should I go for a retake or for a pre-masters training? Which one is a better option?
You can appear for IELTS end number of times. So nothing to worry if you could not qualify IELTS for the first time. You can always reappear. A pre-masters training can also be done but that is not recommended as it would be a costly affair. Moreover, try to complete the initial process of entry(…)
Normally processing of an application should not take more than 3 weeks. It depends on you how fast you can provide the documents required. For eg. You would require preparing for GRE & IELTS depending on the country, a passport, two letters of recommendations & a statement of purpose which takes a little time &(…)
TOEFL & IELTS are the same. So, you need to appear for either of the two. TOEFL is Test of English as a Foreign Language whereas IELTS is International English Language Testing System. Both the exams focus on Listening, Reading, Speaking and Writing. For TOEFL you need to score out of 120 whereas you need(…)
Scholarships are awarded mainly to the most deserving students. Such awards are very competitive. Universities abroad consider various factors such as previous academics, entrance test scores, work experience, application documents and so on while assessing an application for admission and scholarships. Hence, it is suggestive to have a good academic record as well as an(…)
GRE mainly includes verbal skill which focuses on reading comprehensions & quantitative reasoning which focuses on data interpretation and real life scenarios. It is suggestive to give yourself atleast 3 months to prepare. You can refer to books such as ‘The Official Guide to GRE’ as well as ‘Barons Guide to the new GRE’.
MBA is a much broader & practical-oriented degree covering all aspects of a business (marketing, finance, human resources and operations) with specialisation in your desired major. Leading business schools worldwide need the GMAT and TOEFL / IELTS for admission plus a full-time work experience of at least three years. Hence, if you are keen on(…)
Indian employers always value a foreign degree. Researches show that eight out of ten employers would prefer an employee with a foreign degree in their organization even if they require to pay more him. Employees in India get weightage of a foreign degree. Moreover he has spent a part of his life in a different(…)
Do not carry a lot of unnecessary luggage with you. Keep yourself comfortable with the luggage. Only carry those which you might require while travelling & just after you reach. Rest everything is available there too. Your dresses might be considered as old fashioned & you might feel outdated or an odd one out there.(…)
I can’t speak the language. Will I be able to follow the lectures delivered in the class? Will I have to learn the native language?
Well, you can choose from either of the two. Either you can do a basic course before you go or you can learn it there itself. There is nothing better than learning the language while speaking with the native people. That way you learn well & become a better speaker with each passing day. By(…)