How to choose your degree

Do you already know what you want to study? Most international students usually have a strong idea or preference for what they want to major in, either because more planning is needed to attend school so far from home or because of traditional fields they are expected to enter.  Its

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8 Free TOEFL Test Prep Resources

The thought of taking the TOEFL has kept many students up at night wondering if their English is good enough to apply to colleges and universities in the United States or other English speaking countries. If you have found yourself in this position, the best thing you can do is

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Meeting Admissions Officers – How to be prepared!

Is your school being visited by some visiting US universities? Well it’s more than just an excuse to get out of class, it’s an opportunity to get some real information and educate yourself about what these universities are looking for in students like you. Most of the time you only

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Quick tips: First Day of School

A new campus, city, or environment, can always bring out the nerves. There are new people, professors, classes, and within the first week is a world of changes. So, how do you prepare for that? How do you go through the changes and adapt as easily as possible? 1. Know

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What to Expect in Your U.S. College Dorm

Moving into a college dormitory can be the realization of a long-cherished dream. It can also hold many surprises, for students and parents alike. “My mother didn’t realize until the day before I moved into a college dorm that there would be men and women living in the same building,”

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