What do I have to do I have to take next year admission?
Asked by Anushree Sakalle about 1 year ago
I know it may look a bit overwhelming to understand the application process and figure out the right time to start the process. Don't worry. I have created a step by step guide on what are the things that you need to do along with the timeline.
1 year before applying:
* Plan virtual tour of the universities you're applying to
* Start researching where you might like to study one year before you start applying to universities. Check out each school’s acceptance rates, location, tuition, campus activities, etc.
* Make a list of target, reach, and safety schools. Pick schools in all the categories, so you will have more options when acceptance letters come out.
9 months before applying
* Take the GMAT or GRE for the first time. This is a good time to assess your level and identify areas of improvement for your next try.
* Take an English language exam (if required). Choose between the TOEFL and IELTS if you're applying from a non native English speaking country.
6 months before applying
- Start approaching teachers for LOR
- Begin writing your Common Application Essay
- Start Approaching consultants if you need help
5 months before applying
Work on any supplemental essays required for the colleges you are applying to
4 months before applying
- Take GMAT or GRE for the second time
- Start researching financial aid and scholarship options
1 month before applying
Finalize all application requirements and prepare to submit!
If you still feel confused, I suggest you directly get in touch with Study Abroad Experts here. They will analyze your profile and not just help you with all the information but also assist you in the entire application process for FREE.
Let me know if this helped and if you need any other information from my end.
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