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Students from 9th, 10th, 11th & 12th Grade across all boards.
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Most applications are online, and require students to submit their profile data online. Other documents required include: Transcripts, test scores reporeted directly through your testing agency, teacher recommendations, HS counselor recommendation, essays, resume, and financial documents. The documentation requirements and mode of submission vary depending on the destination and the university.
This depends on the funding available at the university, and is usually merit-based. If the universities have the funds and find that the student has an exceptional talent to contribute to the campus community, they will make scholarship offers to students they wish to recruit.
There are students who take a gap year before applying for studies abroad. You should have a plan to produce professional or academic results during the gap year to justify a gap in your studies.
The university career services typically conduct career fairs each year on campus where companies actively recruit students.
Typically, universities abroad look at your performance all through high school, that is 9th – 12th grades to determine your eligibility for higher studies. Additionally, some may require other standadrized tests.
Will there be any difference in evaluation based on high-school curriculum (State board, CBSE, etc.,)?
There is a difference between Indian curriculum schools and international curriculum schools like Cambridge or IB. While both are equally accepted at all schools, they are evaluated differently since international curriculum is more geared towards college readiness and even eligible for credit transfer at some universities.