Taking a decision to study abroad is only the starting point. Once you have shortlisted the country, university and the course you will need to start with preparation for giving relevant exams if any and collect the necessary documents for the application. Our articles below for each exam and document type will help you get started with understanding of each test and document.
Bear in mind some exams to study abroad may require you to prepare for well in advance of your planned intake and have a minimum scoring requirement for the college you are applying to. While some exams can be taken throughout the year, there are some which are conducted only a few times in a year. There are deadlines to apply for a particular date and as such proper planning is required to ensure you do not miss on the exam to study abroad or the deadline.
Documents may not need much prior planning, however, acquiring these may take time. Documents such as Statement of Purpose (SOP) or letter of recommendation (LOR) are critical as they personalize your application in the maze of marks and grades. It is advisable that you take time in understanding the right ways to write and complete such documents to help your application being accepted.
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