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|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by warriboy21(m): 12:24pm On Aug 13, 2016|
im sori guz...u can requote me...i was trying to quote and answer back but the thread ended and the topic locked......so this new thread should be fine.
icool thers nothing mighty about the switch....most times IT degrees can even be learned off youtube. what you need at times are just certification exam. as for my school they dont need prequisite for IT irrespective of ur background.
mrchemist the documents are mostly transcript. lor, sop and bank statement.
alexandersheriff they dont require official transcript. but now they are requiring transcript to go tru eduusa.(this happend because most naija students who got admited never showed up in school and now they are getting strict). if not, during my time last year all i submitted was just a kpako uniben scanned transcript and other scanned documents and voila admision was ready
surgeonheric i wont advice anyone to go for undergraduate in my school. reason is because its freaking expensive ...dats were they make their most money from...na big oyibo men children full der o... only the graduate school is cheap because its still new. started about 15yrs back or so.....and so they are still trying to gain reputation and all that .......but for UG...no go der my broda...except ur paleh na obo .....
lagosismyhome....no mind d school...i de do free work for them..dem suppose half my tuition ...thanks anyways
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by greatghana: 12:30pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Who will answer me
his wife just got admissions with a university in the usa, he has already has a masters in unilag but the school advised her to go for another masters due to her low grade instead of phd she intended to do.
could this affect are chance?
my friend is currently not working while she works as a part time lecturer here in Ghana
could husband not working affect her chance?
they already have a baby boy less than one year old can she file for the whole family or she file alone?
the account she want to use domicile in Nigeria, bears her late farther name with about 40m which she and her mum is a signatory to the account the account belong to his late dad, they hardly send money or collect money from the account does money not flowing in the account affect her chance?
lastly since the letter and statement of account will be coming from Nigeria how would the usa immigration verify the document? she has a working permit here
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Walspring: 12:58pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Inconclusion, everything was a hit in Part 9
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Walspring: 1:00pm On Aug 13, 2016|
You will get reply, exercise patience and also thread previous parts because there are similar answers to this question..
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by bigfrancis21(m): 1:01pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Hey guys, please if you must transfer schools wait till you arrive the US to transfer, to avoid causing yourself unnecessary issues at the US Port of Entry.
Welcome to part 10.
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Walspring: 1:01pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Amen and let's give the thanks to God
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Walspring: 1:02pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Good to hear from you..
Hope you preparing for the next phase of your flight?
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Walspring: 1:04pm On Aug 13, 2016|
I have replied your pm
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Walspring: 1:04pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Amen in Jesus name
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Christian129(m): 1:05pm On Aug 13, 2016|
kellyjoesteve:have u been admitted into any uni?
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Walspring: 1:07pm On Aug 13, 2016|
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Nobody: 1:08pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Walspring:yes o but hunger dey wire nonsense for my body..lol
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Walspring: 1:08pm On Aug 13, 2016|
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by OluDare01(m): 1:12pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Just woke up and saw part 10.
Anyways all the best to all F1 hopefuls.
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Walspring: 1:14pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Sorry and look around to get food inside the airport
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Pelaiye2703(m): 1:36pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Hello sir, based on what you posted on part 9 about low GPA and how to calculate it to USA standard. Sir, I took my time and calculated it, it's still the same sir, nothing changes. I knew I was right when I got the same result. Unless WES approximate it i.e ( MTH 333 3unit B) Our B =USA B+ (3.33) which means 3*3.33=9.99. Our MTH 333 B to USA standard is 9.99. My question is that do WES approximate their result cos i think that's the only way the GPA can increases. So that the 9.99 can be 10 and all other grades too. I hope to read from you sir....#thanks
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by imperiouxx(m): 1:45pm On Aug 13, 2016|
This is US, the struggle is real. Your friends have seen it themselves that the US market gives no shiit about STEM or NO STEM. America won't leave Americans unemployed and start employing foreigners because they studied one damn STEM.... This makes sense, right? That's why foreigners rush to the areas they can easily get employment, fields that need diversity and have increasing employment rate.
@ switching, if you actually mean business, you will find a way to do the required prereqs. You can start taking them while you're doing your normal studies. It's just extra credits for extra tuition, then transfer to a different course. Have you heard of a 2nd/3rd MS or MS after PhD before? That's one of the reasons for that. And if you can't do all this "almighty switching" just remain on your original path and pray that you find your employment after a while even if you have to endure some time of hardship doing crappy jobs.
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by dicapino: 1:54pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Cc silentpistol call my naija...line bro
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Anthocracy(m): 1:55pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Hi pals, please I want to seek for your opinions. I am currently working with a multi million company here in Nigeria and I'm planning to request for a study leave to US. Please I want to know the possibility of getting the F1 Visa since I have not been given admission. Thanks
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by imperiouxx(m): 1:59pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Possibility is 1/2 but you have to get your admission first. Best!
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by damine: 2:03pm On Aug 13, 2016|
I was inspired by warriboy21's post about his school (Valparaiso University). It was actually one of my options when initially evaluating schools and programs. This is not a generalization, it is my opinion based on my own background/profile/experiences... So my school is Hood College in Frederick, Maryland. Don't let the "college" confuse you into thinking its a 2 year college or just a baccalaureate awarding institution. Hood College is a doctoral degree granting school.
Some of the things I looked at while evaluating schools were
-Relevance of curriculum with industry trends and advances
-Hands-on, experiential learning
-Small class sizes allowing better interaction with faculty
-A culturally diverse student body
-Affordable tuition (very, very key)
-Location and proximity to an economic powerhouse (for internships and jobs)
I have also come to realize that we all can not attend the Ivy Leagues, Public Ivies or Nationally ranked universities. However, that does not mean the quality of education is less at a small private university like Hood College. Neither does it mean the prospect of a brighter future at completion of one's program is bleak. Like one of my professors told me recently, "I (the student) am ultimately responsible for what I make of my graduate education experience". The faculty, school, internships and everything else are just pieces you put together to form your desired output.
Hood College has been around since 1893 and has produced thousands of alumna who have gone ahead to do very well in their various endeavors. Again, you may query LinkedIn to ascertain this. Every program has the right compliment of top-tier faculty and world-class facilities to give you a worthwhile experience. And Nigerian students generally have a good reputation here. There are just a handful of us here currently but we are highly regarded due to our academic integrity and work ethics.
So to respond to some of the most popular FAQs here as it applies to Hood College, find below:
There are opportunities but these are limited and not guaranteed. The options include admin Graduate Assistants, Teaching Assistants, Lab assistants, Athletic/Sports GAs(you need some form of licensing to get these). Its easier to get an assistantship after you've spent at least a semester as you would have established relationships with the people that matter and your academic abilities can be better adjudged then. Apart from assistantships, you might be able to secure a job working with dining services or facilities on a hourly pay.
GRE/GMAT aren't required for admission by the school but the general consensus here (Nairaland) is that you take the one applicable to your school/program. TOEFL/IELTS is required.
Minimum GPA for admission
Minimum GPA is 2.75 and you need to get your transcript evaluated (WES, ECE, etc.). However, students with a GPA between 2.5 and 2.7 may be considered for possible provisional admission so this might be a way for some people to achieve their dreams.
At $475 per credit hour, the average total tuition for a masters program (30 credit hours after prerequisites) comes in at < $15,000. Yes, you read that correctly. But tuition is just one part of your expenses. Please consider rent, textbooks and living expenses as these add up to form a substantial part of your overall costs.
Links for further reading
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|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Nobody: 2:06pm On Aug 13, 2016|
For those that will be flying Royal Air Moroc 17hrs lay over flight soon, Please buy Gala, Bread etc.Put the eatables in your carry on bag...just anything you know you can eat..They just served us Food now and i cant eat the food..More like Moroccan rice..In short the food is looking like sacrifice to me. A word is enough for the wise..Guess who is hungry now?
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by mrchemist(m): 2:11pm On Aug 13, 2016|
warriboy21:Hi thank for your urgently respond. I'm I'm graduate of chemistry I want apply for MBA. I'm going to send my transcript to eduusa in lagos Next month. But my aim is to switch to nursing. How easy can switch happen When landed . Also What is meaning of "lor". My gre will also be next month,
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by imperiouxx(m): 2:13pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Never! Individual grade can be rounded up to 2 sig fig where necessary but in such case as 9.99, it would be left as 9.99. If not, it will offset the mean of the final grades, so it's not supported statistically. Also, any cgpa is never rounded up (in US, I know for sure) i.e cgpa 3.727 = 3.72 ≠ 3.73, this is why you see people having cgpa 3.49, 2.49.
Increment comes in when wes changed D and E to C and 3, 4, including that your 6 or 10 units project to 2 units. You gain from such conversion if you're a student that has lots of C, D and E. This is why those with cgpa originally less than 3.0/4 usually see some kind of increment but those originally above 3.0/4 see the opposite.
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by imperiouxx(m): 2:15pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Switching to a 4 year BSN, right? It's very possible and easy like the other admission. Just submit your application to nursing school.
LOR = Letter Of Recommendation. Best!
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by SilentPistol: 2:22pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Just did. You aren't picking up.
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by LagosismyHome(f): 2:22pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Thanks for sharing ... 15000 for 2 years deal is not bad ....However can u shed more light on recruitment drive on the school for students. Do they have a lot of career fairs or companies coming to recruit from the school ??
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|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by bigfrancis21(m): 2:33pm On Aug 13, 2016|
What's your gpa on the Nigerian scale?
No, WES does not approximate GPAs.
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by fizzile(m): 2:34pm On Aug 13, 2016|
femi321:That means you and mekeurexx might have used same flight without knowing. He's right there too
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by adeyinka09: 2:34pm On Aug 13, 2016|
warriboy21:Its a new page, a new dawn. I av been a silent follower of this thread and I think its time to ask a vital question about US universities. I used WES evaluation procedures explained by bigfrancis (kudos sir) and discovered that my gp is 3.53/4.0. According to warriboy (I hail boss) post on his school, I wish to ask if I can get a sch of such low tuition fee and various opportunity to complete my study as i'm on medium or average budget Toefl fee exempted? My field of study is food science.i will also welcome any suggestion or advice on this. Thanks 4 ur time
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by OluDare01(m): 2:36pm On Aug 13, 2016|
Stop posting how much you have.
When will you guys learn
Don't worry till you start receiving pms.
Pinkytoes awaits you
Scammers are everywhere
Get that straight mehn
|Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 10 by Venek: 2:38pm On Aug 13, 2016|
mrchemist:Why not switch now to nursing instead of going through MBA and later switch, I am a graduate from chemistry too, am applying for nursing spring 2017
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