Can we go abroad with 35% in intermediate?

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Muthanna Qudimat

Muthanna Qudimat

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Yes, you can go abroad for further education if you have scored 35% in intermediate during your high-school graduation. International universities, whether they are based in the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, China, UK, etc., will look at your standardized test scores, work experience, language proficiency in English, etc. if you are going for an undergraduate degree or in addition a good GPA in undergraduate degree if you are going for a post-graduate degree. Low grades should not ruin your dream of studying abroad, but you will have limited options to look upon. Some universities that accept a low GPA are Centennial College (Canada), Cardiff Metropolitan University (UK), University of Sydney (Australia), California State University (USA), Massey University (New Zealand), etc.

Universities may consider your application if you scored high on standardized tests like for a post-graduate degree, a high GMAT or GRE score, or for an undergraduate degree, a high SAT/ ACT scores along with required minimum marks in proficiency tests for the English language like TOEFL, IELTS, PTE, etc. Apart from this, universities will accept you as a considerable applicant if you have a good amount of working experience or a highly acknowledged letter of recommendation or if you submit a strong statement of purpose wherein you can tell/ use your low GPA to highlight your strong points, subjects, and other areas. 

 


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Yash Mothia

Yash Mothia

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A 35% score in intermediate may limit your options for studying abroad, as many universities require a higher level of academic achievement for admission. However, it's not impossible. Some universities offer conditional admission or pathway programs for students who don't meet the standard academic requirements but demonstrate potential in other areas. These programs may require you to complete additional coursework or achieve certain academic milestones to qualify for full admission. I recommend researching universities that offer such programs and reaching out to their admissions offices for guidance on your specific situation. Additionally, consider alternative pathways to study abroad, such as foundation programs or vocational courses, which may have more flexible admission criteria. With determination and careful planning, you may still be able to pursue your dream of studying abroad, despite your intermediate scores.

 


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