WANNA STUDY IN THE U.S.?

101 TIPS TO GET YOU THERE!
By (author)NATASHA PRATAP

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This book is the first complete reference available to anyone aspiring to study in the U.S. It provides an invaluable combination of insights and information that is not available in any other single source.

Whether you are years away from commencing a U.S. degree or weeks away from mailing in your application, you will find tremendous value in this book. The Top 10 Reasons to Study in the U.S. will help you compare a U.S. education with that of other countries. The 101 Tips offer detailed, practical advice ranging from how to collect American college credits while you are still in school to editing each line of your essay in order to make the word-limit. The Points to Note included with the Original Essays of Admitted Applicants show you exactly what works in these essays. The section on Scholarships from Indian Sources provides critical details on financial aid which will be useful to you even if you’ve already submitted your application to a U.S. university. The Student Visa U & A dispels myths and sheds light on an aspect of major concern for most applicants. The book also contains an Application Dateline and a list of Resources on the Web Notably, for the first time in an Indian book is an official interview with Stanford University’s Associate Director of MBA Admissions. Complementing it is the exhaustive interview with a former student member of the Harvard Admissions Committee.

Written by an author who has first-hand experience of premier institutions in the U.S., U.K., and India, this book is solid in its substance yet light in its style. It offers a wealth of information that will brighten any applicant’s future
ISBN: 8129103532
Publisher: RUPA & CO
Subtitle: 101 TIPS TO GET YOU THERE!
Author: NATASHA PRATAP

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8129103532

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2004

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302

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Natasha Pratap was awarded a scholarship to pursue her B.A in English at Stanford University.

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