News INDIAN STUDENTS ARE KEEN TO STUDY ABOARD

Indian students are keen to study aboard

10 July, 2015

Indian Students are Keen to Study Abroad
In the mission for an international and supreme education, Indian students continue to head to the US and other nations for undergraduate studies.


According to the Institute of International Education's (IIE) 2014 Report, there were 12, 600 students from India who are registered in undergraduate courses in the US during the academic year 2013-14.


Usually, Indian students are more liable to vocational and engineering courses. Conversely, there is a huge interest in the fields of Humanities, fine arts, Computers and other study areas.


Application to the overseas universities must not be sent halfway of 12th grade as result is to be taken previous and outside India it's something over academics that have to be considered.  US College applications comprise of standardized test scores (SAT), academic transcripts, letters of recommendation, essays, volunteer work, and details of extra-curricular activities and so on.


In order to fulfil the huge criteria, preparation must be done from 9th standard itself. The College Board also offers free resources to assist students with both the decisions.


Indian students to get admissions in the US colleges, they have to take the SAT, and for United Kingdom, they typically take the TOEFL/IELTS test.


Prior to giving test, students must familiarize themselves with exam pattern or format, perform full-length tests, and focus on timing. It is significant to study mock test results, decide one's weakness, as well as then spend time to hone skills and progress their test scores.


Though college applications need a lot of effort, with timely advice, advanced planning and commitment, they can fulfil their dreams and admit into colleges that are fit for them, and move a step forward towards their successful careers and lives.


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