I am a bit sad and compelled to write this post. As of today, when I am writing this post I am receiving over 15 emails. Like literally every 1 hour there are 2 emails. I can easily say that out of that 50 % of them are for a profile evaluation. Now the trouble... Continue Reading →
Hey, guys, I am in the US finally. I have joined Purdue University for MS in Building Construction Management. I think you guys are following me on various social media handles and you know what is happening in my life pretty much it. Here are some pictures I would like to share with you guys... Continue Reading →
I wanted to write this blog so that everybody knows how I proceeded with my GRE preparation and when exactly I applied for the university. As well as, by what time I got university admits and when I got my visa. The purpose of this blog is to inform everyone, that it is never too late or never too early for anything. And sometimes things will happen when you least expect them.
I am going to just post the links to drafts for a statement of purpose first. But if you have not watched my previous video regarding Statment of purpose, you should. It will help you drafting it better. Here is the link to that - Statement of Purpose which got me into Purdue!
I wanted to make this video since a few people on a regular basis ask me regarding what books do I use, or how I studied during my GRE preparation.
So this list is the document which I took for my OFC and VISA interview. There is a lot of document which can be added to this list. But for me, this list is limited to the items mentioned below.
OFC (Offsite Facilitation Center) Appointment is the process when US Embassy takes your fingerprints and picture. It is a very simple process and it doesn't in anyway affect your Visa approval/rejection chances. Most of the countries usually take biometrics.
I have taken TOEFL and not IELTS but I will mention some points which I have seen on University website which I was researching for TOEFL. I scored 106/120. I will post a screenshot of my test report to give a clear split of scores. Also, my photo is super bad, I look better than this usually.
So, I spent approximately USD 2000 for the whole application process. This number might be scary for a lot of people and when I add it up, I feel like I did spend a lot. But you have to consider the fact that if you land up a job in the US you minimum income will be around 3000 USD/month. This is as minimum for master's graduate as it can get.