একাদশ শ্রেণিতে অ্যাপ্লাই করেছিলেন আমেরিকার ৫০টি কলেজে৷ রিজেকশন এসেছিল ৪৬টা। হাতে গোনা যে ৪টা অ্যাক্সেপটেন্স এসেছিল, তা অ্যাফোর্ডেবল না৷ ভেঙে পড়েন তিনি…
Let’s talk about the biggest concern of we, students — ‘Academics’. In terms of academics, the US has been heaven to me. A well-designed curriculum that gives you a headstart in career preparation, caring professors, friendly peers & mentors, a collaborative environment, hundreds of useful resources, and helping hands make it hard not to stay motivated in academics. What makes this country more appealing for higher education is the career opportunities.
Not only stellar grades and perfect SAT, IELTS score can get you to your dream destination in MIT, Harvard and Princeton. Today, considerable and active participation in extracurricular activities serve as a key on our path to success. While many may indulge and affiliate in sports, music and arts, some spark interest in redefining diplomacy and practicing leadership and negotiations through Model United Nations as a part of their extracurricular activities.
Wouldn’t it be nice to know what you want to be right after you graduate school? Having a vivid mindset about what to do, where to go, which activities to perform is extremely necessary in order to dive right into the college application process after graduating school. In simpler words, it is a matter of utmost importance to have a goal set
If you want to inbox any seniors for advice, this post is for you. Firstly, as none of us here get paid to answer your questions, it’s not an obligation for us to reply, but we still do to several ones because we really love helping out youths struggling with their application. But, there are certain things I myself have learned while seeking help, and I want to share some of it with you.