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  • American Universities and their system of admission
  • U.S. Colleges and Universities Applying for admission. Vocabulary: Transcript : an official copy of a student’s educational record. Undergraduate : a student at a college or a university who has not yet received a bachelor’s degree. Graduate school : a school in a university offering study leading to degrees beyond the bachelor’s degree. An advisor : is an expert whose job is to give advice to another person. In this case, that person works at school and advices the students who want to enter a college. SAT (Scholastic Aptitude Test): is an examination which is often taken by students who wish to enter a college or a university. TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language): is an English language examination which is taken by foreign students who want to study at universities in English-speaking countries.
  • U.S. Colleges and Universities
    • The different steps:
    • Select the schools.
    • Contact them for more information.
    • Write an essay.
    • Send applications forms.
    • Register for admissions tests.
    • Receive acceptance letters.
  • U.S. Colleges and Universities
    • Most application forms will request:
    • Personal information (name, age, family background, citizenship,…)
    • Activities : club memberships, awards earned, team sports experience or leadership roles.
    • Education plan : career goals, and a short essay explaining why a student wants to attend this school, what course of study he wants to pursue.
    • Essay.
    • Letters of recommendation : a student can ask his teachers to provide these letters and send them to the Admissions Offices.
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  • U.S. Colleges and Universities
  • Harvard (Cambridge, Massachusets)
  • Stanford (Palo Alto, California)
  • Berkeley (Berkeley, California)
  • MIT (Cambridge, Massachusets)
  • Columbia (Manhattan, New York)
  • Princeton (Princeton, New Jersey)
  • Yale (New Haven, Connecticut)
  • Cornell (Ithaca, New York)
  • Brown (Providence, Rhode Island)
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