Admission Guidance

Admission Guidance

Start early, plan ahead, and know the application requirements. Applications abroad for study require a great deal of preparation and planning. You will benefit only by starting this process early. You should plan adequately for the time and effort involved. Make a calendar of deadlines to track what you need to do and when it needs to be completed.

We at GAARGI Erudite match courses and colleges based on individual profile, skills, interests, grades and career aspirations through various strategies and map them to the career outcomes.

What you can expect from us:

  • Guidance on tests to be given, timeline involved.
  • Overview on schools, Courses, Finances, Scholarships, etc.
  • Profile evaluation, Major /Program selection
  • Customized university selection with holistic approach
  • Application assistance on universities
  • Assistance in mailing application material to the shortlisted universities
  • Document editing like Letter of Recommendation, Statement of purpose, Resume, Profiling, etc

Some general application requirements for USA:

  • Educational credentials: This is typically your secondary/high school diploma and ranscripts, as well as any final national exams required in your country. Transcripts are certified copies of your educational record, courses, and grades. An original transcript or certified copy sent by your secondary/high school is generally required for each institution you apply to for admission, along with translations into English.
  • Standardized test scores: Scores may be required to assess your academic ability and English proficiency level.
  • Recommendation letters: The head or principal of your school, your school counselor, your personal tutor, teachers, coaches, or supervisors from professional experiences may write recommendation letters. Your recommenders must be able to write about your work and be able to assess your potential to do well pursuing a higher education degree. Be sure to choose someone who knows you well.
  • Essay/personal statement: This is your chance to write about your interests, long-term goals, and strengths – one of the most important aspects of your application.
  • VISA: Because visa interviews are short, do your best to explain why you want to study in the United States, how you plan to support yourself while in school, and what your plans are for when your studies are finished.

Note : In the United States, application requirements can vary greatly from one institution to another. Check the specific requirements on the website of each institution’s international admissions office. It is typical for U.S. undergraduate applications to be due between November and January for students who wish to begin courses the following September.