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Let's have an open dialogue around studying abroad. Know all about universities, programs, tests & get the best study abroad counselling and assistance.Receive valuable information around writing SOPs, essays and creating the perfect student profile that would impress top universities. iSchoolConnect is an AI enabled Tech company that assists students with studying abroad. With their smart tools, you can explore universities, courses and even prepare for your SOPs, essays and video interviews.

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All about University of California, Berkeley | Fees, courses, jobs, social life | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Looking for detailed assistance? Book our counselors free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here. Read this here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/search/berkeley Watch this here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uVpx9XABzA Here's what we spoke about in this podcast- 1) Ranking and Acceptance 2) Admission requirements 3) Programs at UC Berkeley 4) Tuition fees and other expenses 5) ROI on studying from UCB 6) Social life at UCB 7) What are YOUR chances of making it to UC Berkeley? We know how important this is to aspirants investing their time and money to study abroad. Go ahead and give us a call for a free consultation right here: +91 9145332283 Tags - #ucberkeley #californiaberkeley #ucb

9 MIN6 d ago
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All about University of California, Berkeley | Fees, courses, jobs, social life | iSchoolConnect

Highest paying part-time jobs for students abroad | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Looking for detailed assistance? Book our counsellors free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here. Read this here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/10-best-paying-part-time-jobs-for-college-students/ Watch this here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDSF2noxNJM 1) Tutoring Average salary– $13-25 per hour 2) Bartending Average salary– $11-20 per hour 3) Bookkeeping Average salary– $15-20 per hour 4) Brand Promotion Average salary– $20-25 per hour 5) Data Entry Average salary– $10-15 per hour 6) Virtual Recruiting Average salary– $20-30 per hour 7) Mail Delivery Average salary– $15-20 per hour 8) Tour Guide Average salary– $15 per hour 9) Freelance Writing/Editing/Proofreading Average salary– $20-25 per hour, Up to $50 per article 10) Dog Walker Average salary– $10-15 per hour We know how important this is to aspirants investing their time and money to study abroad. Go ahead and give us a call for a free consultation right here: +91 9145332283 Tags - #parttimejobs #workabroad #studyabroad

11 MIN1 w ago
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Highest paying part-time jobs for students abroad | iSchoolConnect

On campus vs off campus accommodation | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Book our counselors free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here. https://app.hubspot.com/meetings/swathi1/speak-to-expert Read the podcasts blog version here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/on-campus-vs-off-campus-what-should-international-students-choose/ Watch the podcasts video version here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEaTYUCfJbk Through this podcast we will weigh the pros and cons of staying on campus versus staying off campus. The best way to decide is by choosing what matters the most to you. Here are the key highlights of the podcast - Reasons to live On-campus Accessibility - Everything is close by and affordable. You practically pay nothing for travelling to the college and you will also get the chance to avail student benefits at a discounted price. You will have everything ...

5 MIN2 w ago
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On campus vs off campus accommodation | iSchoolConnect

How to build a 100% scholarship profile

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Looking for detailed assistance? Book our counsellors free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here. Watch this here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j21_0xDGvek Today we are talking about the 8 tips that will help skyrocket your profile. These will help you regardless of your next step, be it higher education or working as a professional. The key highlights and tips shared through the podcast- Academics - Good academic scores act as a great base for your profile. Make your profile stronger by taking up well recognised certificate courses. Short online certificate courses are especially useful when a student tries to shift his/ her career from what they had originally studied. Soft skills - A student’s communication skills are evaluated through the way the SOP is drafted or even through the i...

6 MINJUL 8
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How to build a 100% scholarship profile

Study abroad document checklist | iSchoolConnect

If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Looking for detailed assistance? Book our counselors free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here. https://bit.ly/bookameetingwithisc Read this here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/every-international-students-study-abroad-checklist/ Watch this here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgP8IIlJceI Here's a detailed document checklist for students aspiring to study abroad. The key highlights from podcast are as follows - Test scorecards: There are three major types of official test scorecards that your need to keep ready. Firstly, aptitude test scorecards and secondly English proficiency test scorecards. Depending on what course you wish to study you will be required to write a GRE or GMAT. However students have a choice to choose between IELTS/ TOEFL basis their judgement as both are universally accepted. Remember to finish these at least 6-8 months before the application process starts. LOR and SOP: You will need to collect at least 2-4 letters of recommendation from dignitaries in your area of interest. This could be a university professor, the HOD of your department where you work or even the dean of your college. The Statement of Purpose is drafted by the student herself/himself showcasing the various attributes that you want the university to know about you. Start practicing these at least 5 months before the application deadline. Financial support proof: These are documents that will show your financial stability. This will primarily entail account details of the one paying for the education., a bank statement and a loan certificate (if applicable). Transcripts: Get your scores converted into transcripts by the school authorities. Make sure you have at least 5-6 copies of your transcripts ready before you start applying and yes they will have to be hard copies. Passport: While you may know what a passport is here is what no one will tell you. Make sure you keep it ready at least a year prior to your application process. The process of applying and getting one takes anywhere between a month to three months depending on the local Passport office’s requirements and an array of affidavits you might have to produce. Offer Letter - Your offer letter is proof to your admit to the university. Along with this remember to carry your I-20 form which is issued by the university. You will need both of these (copies and original) at the VISA office, when you take your flight and for administration purposes once you reach the university. Visa: This is one of the final steps in terms of documentation. Apply for the VISA two months before you fly out. The process will take around 4-6 weeks to complete. You will be applying for the F1 student visa. Remember to prepare well for the VISA interview and carry essential documents such as passport, VISA bio-metric form, financial documents, university offer letter and I-20 form. We know how important this is to aspirants investing their time and money to study abroad. Go ahead and give us a call for a free consultation right here: +91 9145332283 Tags - #documentchecklist #studyabroad #studyabroadtips

5 MINJUL 1
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Study abroad document checklist | iSchoolConnect

TOEFL Online test experience | TOEFL home edition details, prep tips, & more | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. For the convenience of the students around the globe, ETS has shifted the TOEFL exam online, so that it does not affect the admissions process, but the shift has its own pros and cons. We interviewed Phil (TOEFL score - 108/120) to share his experience of taking the TOEFL test at home. Here are some tips he shared with us, 1. Technology Requirements - You can take the exam on a Mac or PC, but a tablet or a stylus are not allowed. You’ll need a webcam with speaker audio. You can’t use a headset or earbuds. Any other external devices are not allowed. You have to download ETS test browser to launch the test. 2. Proctor Interaction - If you have any issue during the exam, you can talk or chat to your proctor at any time. The proctor will try to resolve any query. 3. Internet Connection - Make sure you have a strong internet connection. Disruption or glitches will lead you to loose time,however in case there is a glitch the proctor will ask you to show your surrounding again (this time around it would be super quick), and you can resume your exam from where you have left it. 4. Rough Work - You are only allowed to use a white board or a plastic sheet with marker and a duster. Make sure that your white board is blank from both the sides before and after the exam.Keep two markers at hand and make sure the tip of the marker is thin so that you are able to understand your handwriting. 5. Surrounding - You’ll have to make sure that you’re alone in a room. The TOEFL test proctoring software will be listening for any sounds that might indicate that someone is there in the room apart from you. If they detect anything, they may ask you to show your surrounding to prove that nobody is in the room with you. 6. Top test prep sources - Phil mentioned some of the test prep sources like Magoosh, Manhattan Prep, Greg Mat from youtube, Lingua Marina's tips on TOEFL exam, among few others. Was this useful? Do review us:) That is all for now folks. If you have any queries, please do reach out to us:) Our Social media handle everywhere is @iSchoolConnect. Here's where you can reach out to us! Call - +91 9145332283 Email - support@ischoolconnect.com Until next time, take care:)

17 MINJUN 24
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TOEFL Online test experience | TOEFL home edition details, prep tips, & more | iSchoolConnect

All About University of Toronto | Courses, Tuition fees, Career | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Check out the blog here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/how-to-get-into-university-of-toronto-programs-fees-eligibility-criteria-more/ Check out the Youtube video here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6YdZHoQUgo Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Toronto, the capital of Ontario is commonly known for it's rich culture and is home to many international students. Due to its world university rank of 29, students strive to attend this top-ranking Canadian university. I will be walking you through some important facts about the University of Toronto, 1. Admission process - The university of Toronto offers hundreds of courses in different fields. Students can choose from a variety of courses. Each course has its own requirements, for example, the type of proficiency test, scores requirement, documents, and many more. You can look at our website to know all about these courses and their requirements. 2. Top Courses - Some of the most popular courses among the student community are Humanities and Social Sciences, Life Sciences, Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Commerce and Management, Computer Science, Engineering, & Physical Education, Music and Architecture and many more. 3. Tuition and Accommodation cost - The application fees for the University of Toronto is US$ 65 for undergraduate students and US$ 120 for graduate students. Usually, the University of Toronto fees range from around $35,890 to $58,680. Depending on the program you choose, the average tuition fees $45,915. Besides the Academic fee, U of T also has living costs and accommodation costs which differ for each campus. The residence fee includes your room fee, meal plan and residence council fee that ranges between $12,801 to $15,906, depending on the type of room and meal plan. Also included in the living expenses are parking costs and commuting costs. 4. Campus life - University of Toronto is home to over 1,000 plus student clubs and student-run organizations across 3 campuses. There is a club for every interest, be it reading, space bots, dancing, beekeeping, or even academic clubs– there’s a community for every student with a passion. 5. Scores requirement - To get into the Graduate programs at U of T, a candidate needs a minimum score of 100/120 in TOEFL, 6.5 and above in IELTS, 570/800 on the GMAT and a GRE score of 309 out of 340. Was this useful? Do review us:) That is all for now folks. If you have any queries, please do reach out to us:) Our Social media handle everywhere is @iSchoolConnect. Here's where you can reach out to us! Call - +91 9145332283 Email - support@ischoolconnect.com Until next time, take care:)

10 MINJUN 17
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All About University of Toronto | Courses, Tuition fees, Career | iSchoolConnect

Study in Germany for FREE : Tests, eligibility, scholarships : iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Check out the blog here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/how-to-study-in-germany-for-free/ Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Germany is one of the greatest beacons of hope for international students looking to study abroad for free. Although there are many caveats and tangents associated with free education in Germany, we will still try to simplify the process of how to study abroad in Germany for free. I will be walking you through some important facts about studying in Germany for free, 1. Requirement checklist -The very first thing you need to do is find out if your qualifications are accepted by the Germany university you apply to. Before you study in Germany, you are required to have a Hochschulzugangsberechtigung (HZB), meaning ‘higher education entrance qualification’.Be sure to check the university language requirements. Id...

9 MINJUN 10
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Study in Germany for FREE : Tests, eligibility, scholarships : iSchoolConnect

GRE Online test experience with Soumya | At-home exam details, GRE prep tips, & more | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Because of this Pandemic students are not able to give the GRE exam. For the convenience of the students around the globe, ETS has shifted the GRE exam online, so that it does not affect the admissions process, but the shift has its own pros and cons. We interviewed Soumya Makhija to share her experience of taking the GRE test at home. Here are some tips she shared with us, 1. Timezone - Make sure the system time is correct and in sync with the exams time zone. If not, there is a chance you may not be able to give your exam. 2. Identity Proof - Make sure that you have an identity proof with you. If you are from USA you will need a drivers licence. However, Students from other countries will have to show their passport. 3. Rough work - You are only allowed to use a white board or a plastic sheet with m...

19 MINJUN 8
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GRE Online test experience with Soumya | At-home exam details, GRE prep tips, & more | iSchoolConnect

IELTS Online test | At-home exam details, IELTS prep tips, & more | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Because of this Pandemic students are not able to give the IELTS exam. For the convenience of the students around the globe, IELTS has been shifted online, so that it does not affect the admissions process. We interviewed David Wills a study abroad instructor from ted-ielts.com to share his experience of taking the IELTS indicator test at home. Here are some tips he shared with us, 1. Technology Requirements - You can take the exam on a Mac or PC, but a tablet or a stylus are not allowed. You’ll need a webcam with speaker audio; you can’t use a headset or earbuds. Any other external devices are not allowed. 2. Internet Connection - Make sure you have a strong internet connection. Disruption or glitches will lead you to loose time,however in case there is a glitch the proctor will ask you to show you...

14 MINJUN 3
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IELTS Online test | At-home exam details, IELTS prep tips, & more | iSchoolConnect

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All about University of California, Berkeley | Fees, courses, jobs, social life | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Looking for detailed assistance? Book our counselors free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here. Read this here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/search/berkeley Watch this here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3uVpx9XABzA Here's what we spoke about in this podcast- 1) Ranking and Acceptance 2) Admission requirements 3) Programs at UC Berkeley 4) Tuition fees and other expenses 5) ROI on studying from UCB 6) Social life at UCB 7) What are YOUR chances of making it to UC Berkeley? We know how important this is to aspirants investing their time and money to study abroad. Go ahead and give us a call for a free consultation right here: +91 9145332283 Tags - #ucberkeley #californiaberkeley #ucb

9 MIN6 d ago
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All about University of California, Berkeley | Fees, courses, jobs, social life | iSchoolConnect

Highest paying part-time jobs for students abroad | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Looking for detailed assistance? Book our counsellors free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here. Read this here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/10-best-paying-part-time-jobs-for-college-students/ Watch this here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IDSF2noxNJM 1) Tutoring Average salary– $13-25 per hour 2) Bartending Average salary– $11-20 per hour 3) Bookkeeping Average salary– $15-20 per hour 4) Brand Promotion Average salary– $20-25 per hour 5) Data Entry Average salary– $10-15 per hour 6) Virtual Recruiting Average salary– $20-30 per hour 7) Mail Delivery Average salary– $15-20 per hour 8) Tour Guide Average salary– $15 per hour 9) Freelance Writing/Editing/Proofreading Average salary– $20-25 per hour, Up to $50 per article 10) Dog Walker Average salary– $10-15 per hour We know how important this is to aspirants investing their time and money to study abroad. Go ahead and give us a call for a free consultation right here: +91 9145332283 Tags - #parttimejobs #workabroad #studyabroad

11 MIN1 w ago
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Highest paying part-time jobs for students abroad | iSchoolConnect

On campus vs off campus accommodation | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Book our counselors free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here. https://app.hubspot.com/meetings/swathi1/speak-to-expert Read the podcasts blog version here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/on-campus-vs-off-campus-what-should-international-students-choose/ Watch the podcasts video version here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEaTYUCfJbk Through this podcast we will weigh the pros and cons of staying on campus versus staying off campus. The best way to decide is by choosing what matters the most to you. Here are the key highlights of the podcast - Reasons to live On-campus Accessibility - Everything is close by and affordable. You practically pay nothing for travelling to the college and you will also get the chance to avail student benefits at a discounted price. You will have everything ...

5 MIN2 w ago
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On campus vs off campus accommodation | iSchoolConnect

How to build a 100% scholarship profile

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Looking for detailed assistance? Book our counsellors free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here. Watch this here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j21_0xDGvek Today we are talking about the 8 tips that will help skyrocket your profile. These will help you regardless of your next step, be it higher education or working as a professional. The key highlights and tips shared through the podcast- Academics - Good academic scores act as a great base for your profile. Make your profile stronger by taking up well recognised certificate courses. Short online certificate courses are especially useful when a student tries to shift his/ her career from what they had originally studied. Soft skills - A student’s communication skills are evaluated through the way the SOP is drafted or even through the i...

6 MINJUL 8
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How to build a 100% scholarship profile

Study abroad document checklist | iSchoolConnect

If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Looking for detailed assistance? Book our counselors free profile evaluation and analysis slot right here. https://bit.ly/bookameetingwithisc Read this here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/every-international-students-study-abroad-checklist/ Watch this here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hgP8IIlJceI Here's a detailed document checklist for students aspiring to study abroad. The key highlights from podcast are as follows - Test scorecards: There are three major types of official test scorecards that your need to keep ready. Firstly, aptitude test scorecards and secondly English proficiency test scorecards. Depending on what course you wish to study you will be required to write a GRE or GMAT. However students have a choice to choose between IELTS/ TOEFL basis their judgement as both are universally accepted. Remember to finish these at least 6-8 months before the application process starts. LOR and SOP: You will need to collect at least 2-4 letters of recommendation from dignitaries in your area of interest. This could be a university professor, the HOD of your department where you work or even the dean of your college. The Statement of Purpose is drafted by the student herself/himself showcasing the various attributes that you want the university to know about you. Start practicing these at least 5 months before the application deadline. Financial support proof: These are documents that will show your financial stability. This will primarily entail account details of the one paying for the education., a bank statement and a loan certificate (if applicable). Transcripts: Get your scores converted into transcripts by the school authorities. Make sure you have at least 5-6 copies of your transcripts ready before you start applying and yes they will have to be hard copies. Passport: While you may know what a passport is here is what no one will tell you. Make sure you keep it ready at least a year prior to your application process. The process of applying and getting one takes anywhere between a month to three months depending on the local Passport office’s requirements and an array of affidavits you might have to produce. Offer Letter - Your offer letter is proof to your admit to the university. Along with this remember to carry your I-20 form which is issued by the university. You will need both of these (copies and original) at the VISA office, when you take your flight and for administration purposes once you reach the university. Visa: This is one of the final steps in terms of documentation. Apply for the VISA two months before you fly out. The process will take around 4-6 weeks to complete. You will be applying for the F1 student visa. Remember to prepare well for the VISA interview and carry essential documents such as passport, VISA bio-metric form, financial documents, university offer letter and I-20 form. We know how important this is to aspirants investing their time and money to study abroad. Go ahead and give us a call for a free consultation right here: +91 9145332283 Tags - #documentchecklist #studyabroad #studyabroadtips

5 MINJUL 1
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Study abroad document checklist | iSchoolConnect

TOEFL Online test experience | TOEFL home edition details, prep tips, & more | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. For the convenience of the students around the globe, ETS has shifted the TOEFL exam online, so that it does not affect the admissions process, but the shift has its own pros and cons. We interviewed Phil (TOEFL score - 108/120) to share his experience of taking the TOEFL test at home. Here are some tips he shared with us, 1. Technology Requirements - You can take the exam on a Mac or PC, but a tablet or a stylus are not allowed. You’ll need a webcam with speaker audio. You can’t use a headset or earbuds. Any other external devices are not allowed. You have to download ETS test browser to launch the test. 2. Proctor Interaction - If you have any issue during the exam, you can talk or chat to your proctor at any time. The proctor will try to resolve any query. 3. Internet Connection - Make sure you have a strong internet connection. Disruption or glitches will lead you to loose time,however in case there is a glitch the proctor will ask you to show your surrounding again (this time around it would be super quick), and you can resume your exam from where you have left it. 4. Rough Work - You are only allowed to use a white board or a plastic sheet with marker and a duster. Make sure that your white board is blank from both the sides before and after the exam.Keep two markers at hand and make sure the tip of the marker is thin so that you are able to understand your handwriting. 5. Surrounding - You’ll have to make sure that you’re alone in a room. The TOEFL test proctoring software will be listening for any sounds that might indicate that someone is there in the room apart from you. If they detect anything, they may ask you to show your surrounding to prove that nobody is in the room with you. 6. Top test prep sources - Phil mentioned some of the test prep sources like Magoosh, Manhattan Prep, Greg Mat from youtube, Lingua Marina's tips on TOEFL exam, among few others. Was this useful? Do review us:) That is all for now folks. If you have any queries, please do reach out to us:) Our Social media handle everywhere is @iSchoolConnect. Here's where you can reach out to us! Call - +91 9145332283 Email - support@ischoolconnect.com Until next time, take care:)

17 MINJUN 24
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TOEFL Online test experience | TOEFL home edition details, prep tips, & more | iSchoolConnect

All About University of Toronto | Courses, Tuition fees, Career | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Check out the blog here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/how-to-get-into-university-of-toronto-programs-fees-eligibility-criteria-more/ Check out the Youtube video here - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u6YdZHoQUgo Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Toronto, the capital of Ontario is commonly known for it's rich culture and is home to many international students. Due to its world university rank of 29, students strive to attend this top-ranking Canadian university. I will be walking you through some important facts about the University of Toronto, 1. Admission process - The university of Toronto offers hundreds of courses in different fields. Students can choose from a variety of courses. Each course has its own requirements, for example, the type of proficiency test, scores requirement, documents, and many more. You can look at our website to know all about these courses and their requirements. 2. Top Courses - Some of the most popular courses among the student community are Humanities and Social Sciences, Life Sciences, Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Commerce and Management, Computer Science, Engineering, & Physical Education, Music and Architecture and many more. 3. Tuition and Accommodation cost - The application fees for the University of Toronto is US$ 65 for undergraduate students and US$ 120 for graduate students. Usually, the University of Toronto fees range from around $35,890 to $58,680. Depending on the program you choose, the average tuition fees $45,915. Besides the Academic fee, U of T also has living costs and accommodation costs which differ for each campus. The residence fee includes your room fee, meal plan and residence council fee that ranges between $12,801 to $15,906, depending on the type of room and meal plan. Also included in the living expenses are parking costs and commuting costs. 4. Campus life - University of Toronto is home to over 1,000 plus student clubs and student-run organizations across 3 campuses. There is a club for every interest, be it reading, space bots, dancing, beekeeping, or even academic clubs– there’s a community for every student with a passion. 5. Scores requirement - To get into the Graduate programs at U of T, a candidate needs a minimum score of 100/120 in TOEFL, 6.5 and above in IELTS, 570/800 on the GMAT and a GRE score of 309 out of 340. Was this useful? Do review us:) That is all for now folks. If you have any queries, please do reach out to us:) Our Social media handle everywhere is @iSchoolConnect. Here's where you can reach out to us! Call - +91 9145332283 Email - support@ischoolconnect.com Until next time, take care:)

10 MINJUN 17
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All About University of Toronto | Courses, Tuition fees, Career | iSchoolConnect

Study in Germany for FREE : Tests, eligibility, scholarships : iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Check out the blog here - https://ischoolconnect.com/blog/how-to-study-in-germany-for-free/ Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Germany is one of the greatest beacons of hope for international students looking to study abroad for free. Although there are many caveats and tangents associated with free education in Germany, we will still try to simplify the process of how to study abroad in Germany for free. I will be walking you through some important facts about studying in Germany for free, 1. Requirement checklist -The very first thing you need to do is find out if your qualifications are accepted by the Germany university you apply to. Before you study in Germany, you are required to have a Hochschulzugangsberechtigung (HZB), meaning ‘higher education entrance qualification’.Be sure to check the university language requirements. Id...

9 MINJUN 10
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Study in Germany for FREE : Tests, eligibility, scholarships : iSchoolConnect

GRE Online test experience with Soumya | At-home exam details, GRE prep tips, & more | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Because of this Pandemic students are not able to give the GRE exam. For the convenience of the students around the globe, ETS has shifted the GRE exam online, so that it does not affect the admissions process, but the shift has its own pros and cons. We interviewed Soumya Makhija to share her experience of taking the GRE test at home. Here are some tips she shared with us, 1. Timezone - Make sure the system time is correct and in sync with the exams time zone. If not, there is a chance you may not be able to give your exam. 2. Identity Proof - Make sure that you have an identity proof with you. If you are from USA you will need a drivers licence. However, Students from other countries will have to show their passport. 3. Rough work - You are only allowed to use a white board or a plastic sheet with m...

19 MINJUN 8
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GRE Online test experience with Soumya | At-home exam details, GRE prep tips, & more | iSchoolConnect

IELTS Online test | At-home exam details, IELTS prep tips, & more | iSchoolConnect

Hi guys, welcome back to the podcast. If you liked the podcast, don't forget to like, review, comment, and subscribe! Visit our website, www.ischoolconnect.com for detailed assistance. Because of this Pandemic students are not able to give the IELTS exam. For the convenience of the students around the globe, IELTS has been shifted online, so that it does not affect the admissions process. We interviewed David Wills a study abroad instructor from ted-ielts.com to share his experience of taking the IELTS indicator test at home. Here are some tips he shared with us, 1. Technology Requirements - You can take the exam on a Mac or PC, but a tablet or a stylus are not allowed. You’ll need a webcam with speaker audio; you can’t use a headset or earbuds. Any other external devices are not allowed. 2. Internet Connection - Make sure you have a strong internet connection. Disruption or glitches will lead you to loose time,however in case there is a glitch the proctor will ask you to show you...

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