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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by hibrahim(m): 9:13am On Aug 14
hebenezher:
OP please

I have an issue draining my life and my emotions. It goes thus; I have just graduated from the University with a degree of 3rd class in mathematical sciences(IT). It is so hard to accept but the deed has been done and I have to start looking forward. so, I want to make an enquiry if there's chance for me to do a master in the USA with such low degree or if they also accept 3rd class graduate through PDG. please I need your advice on this.



Please ccan someone give an answer?
thank you all!
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Pefuele(m): 9:20am On Aug 14
Funnyman:
Please I have a question, if I message a Prof about a program I'm interested in and he said there's no fund at the moment so he isn't taking students, do I still have to reply him with thanks or it is not necessary? Thanks for the response everyone.
Since no funding at the moment ask the Prof about the possibilities of funding in the Spring2020 or fall2020.Besides,it is still Fall2019 and still early to know the possibilities for funding but you can give it a shot. You will be fine.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by nappy760(m): 9:27am On Aug 14
Hi guys...just bombed into this thread and I have a question.
I have my HND in electrical electronics (lower credit) Yabatech.
I would love to further my education abroad and 2yrs ago I came across someone who suggested ESTONIA because they offered scholarships and they have good courses.
As of then their requirements where just slightly beyond my reach as I only needs toefl and some other little stuffs but due to financial constraints I postponed it.
Now this year, even their olevel requirements has changed and it's beyond what I have.

I would like to know if there are other countries/institutions in which I could use my HND as D.E or otherwise.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Pefuele(m): 9:33am On Aug 14
nappy760:
Hi guys...just bombed into this thread and I have a question.
I have my HND in electrical electronics (lower credit) Yabatech.
I would love to further my education abroad and 2yrs ago I came across someone who suggested ESTONIA because they offered scholarships and they have good courses.
As of then their requirements where just slightly beyond my reach as I only needs toefl and some other little stuffs but due to financial constraints I postponed it.
Now this year, even their olevel requirements has changed and it's beyond what I have.

I would like to know if there are other countries/institutions in which I could use my HND as D.E or otherwise.

Yes it is possible.You can do grade conversion via WES.WES will regard your certificate as a first degree equivalent in the US.You can then use the WES official conversion to apply for a 2nd degree in schools that accepts WES.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by joeking2222: 9:41am On Aug 14
Hello big family, am new here.....i so much love the way questions are being answered on this tread......God bless you guys. My question is, can someone with a WAEC certificate apply for MSC abroad without IELTS or TOEFL certificate? Thanks!!!!
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Flaame(m): 9:42am On Aug 14
Good morning everyone. I have my interview tomorrow and would want to post my transcript once again. Please help pick out flaws.
Vo: Good morning, passport and I20
Me: Passed them
Vo: You were here sometime last year, why were you denied
Me: I was denied because I couldn't clearly express my purpose of traveling to the visa officer due to the fact I was nervous
Vo: So what has changed since the last time you were here?
Me: I feel a lot more confident than the last time
Vo: So where are you going?
Me: Am going to St Cloud State University for my undergraduate degree study in computer engineering.
Vo: how many schools did you apply to?
Me: 3 schools, 3 admits (name them)
Vo: So why this school?
Me: Apart from the fact that I was given a generous scholarship by this school, Ichose this wonderful school because of all the schools I applied to, it's the only school that uses a D2L system, a system where professors can create web based course sites to enhance course experiences. This D2L system gives students the access to course materials like assignment folders, quizzes and surveys, course materials, and many more through their laptops, smartphones,and tablets. I also chose this school because of the level of interaction between students,their professors, and faculty members. On top of all these features,St. Cloud State University offers so much value at a very moderate rate.
Vo: Why this course?
Me: A degree in this course will give me practical and professional paraphernalia to secure an employment in top ranked technical innovative firms in Nigeria like Angela, Flutterwave, MasterCard,Glo,Jumia,etc. Besides, this,I have an optional lecturing job offer from a very close family friend who is the minister for education in my state upon graduation to work in either of two universities. With a degree and knowledge of this course, I will perfectly fit in the role(this is true please).
Vo: What are some of your undergraduate courses?
Me: General Engineering 101,102,Maths 222,Physics234,etc.
Vo: Tell me about your course plan?
Me: To obtain a degree in computer engineering, I need to complete 106 credits, maintain at least a minimum GPA of 2.5 to keep advancing to each level and as well graduate with a minimum GPA of 2.5 too.
Vo: When did you graduate and what have you been doing?
Me: I graduated in 2014,in September 2014,I started a year and half intensive computer lesson at BODSLINK computers . After my training, I got a part-time job as computer lab assistant. I worked there for another year and half to gain more practical skills and management strategies on Computer. In 2017,I started my college preparation.
Vo: Why did you choose to go to a U.S school?
Me: I chose to study in the United States because the U.S universities offer excellent research opportunities through several assisantship programs. U.S universities have a well designed educational system that strikes a balance between theoretical knowledge and practical skills. A degree and academic experience from U.S universities is highly valued especially in terms of securing employment. on top of all these, the United States is the best destination for students seeking for a tertiary education abroad, and particularly, for STEM courses.
Vo: Who is your sponsor?
Me: My uncle
Vo: Why your uncle what does he do?
Me: My uncle has been playing a very big role in my education for a very long time. He believes it'll be a good investment for me to advance in my academic, so he's very obliged to continue catering for my education regardless of the cost.
-He's a lawyer by profession but has a very large school here in Abuja, has a couple of estate business he manages, and owns two lounges here also.
Vo: What are your plans after graduation?
Me: Upon graduation in May 2023,I'll come back to Nigeria for my compulsory NYSC program, afterwards, I'll seek for employment in top ranked technical innovative firms or a lecturing job in one of the universities in my state.



Sharwama, fairheart,Time2win,brown2green,lagosismyhome,walspring,nahum77,naughtyvirgin....please guide me here

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by LagosismyHome(f): 9:50am On Aug 14
Flaame:
Good morning everyone. I have my interview tomorrow and
Vo: You were here sometime last year, why were you denied
Me: I was denied because I couldn't clearly express my purpose of traveling to the visa officer due to the fact I was nervous
Vo: So what has changed since the last time you were here?
Me: I feel a lot more confident than the last time
here

How do you know for sure that this is the reason why you were denied ........ you cannot know for sure. I will not say this answer if it was me . Rather i would say I was not provided feedback when i was denied so i dont know .......and leave it at that because really how do you know the real reason .... if you start talking of confidence then subconsciously the VO can be watching out to see how confident you are

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Chocosmoothie: 9:54am On Aug 14
Been on AP since July 31st, school already granted me extension to resume on Monday 19th August.
Nothing has changed on my status, what do I do please?
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by nappy760(m): 9:57am On Aug 14
Pefuele:


Yes it is possible.You can do grade conversion via WES.WES will regard your certificate as a first degree equivalent in the US.You can then use the WES official conversion to apply for a 2nd degree in schools that accepts WES.


Wow...thanks....I'll Google WES to know more about it

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Pharmz(m): 10:09am On Aug 14
Flaame:
Good morning everyone. I have my interview tomorrow and would want to post my transcript once again. Please help pick out flaws.
Vo: Good morning, passport and I20
Me: Passed them
Vo: You were here sometime last year, why were you denied
Me: I was denied because I couldn't clearly express my purpose of traveling to the visa officer due to the fact I was nervous
Vo: So what has changed since the last time you were here?
Me: I feel a lot more confident than the last time
Vo: So where are you going?
Me: Am going to St Cloud State University for my undergraduate degree study in computer engineering.
Vo: how many schools did you apply to?
Me: 3 schools, 3 admits (name them)
Vo: So why this school?
Me: Apart from the fact that I was given a generous scholarship by this school, Ichose this wonderful school because of all the schools I applied to, it's the only school that uses a D2L system, a system where professors can create web based course sites to enhance course experiences. This D2L system gives students the access to course materials like assignment folders, quizzes and surveys, course materials, and many more through their laptops, smartphones,and tablets. I also chose this school because of the level of interaction between students,their professors, and faculty members. On top of all these features,St. Cloud State University offers so much value at a very moderate rate.
Vo: Why this course?
Me: A degree in this course will give me practical and professional paraphernalia to secure an employment in top ranked technical innovative firms in Nigeria like Angela, Flutterwave, MasterCard,Glo,Jumia,etc. Besides, this,I have an optional lecturing job offer from a very close family friend who is the minister for education in my state upon graduation to work in either of two universities. With a degree and knowledge of this course, I will perfectly fit in the role(this is true please).
Vo: What are some of your undergraduate courses?
Me: General Engineering 101,102,Maths 222,Physics234,etc.
Vo: Tell me about your course plan?
Me: To obtain a degree in computer engineering, I need to complete 106 credits, maintain at least a minimum GPA of 2.5 to keep advancing to each level and as well graduate with a minimum GPA of 2.5 too.
Vo: When did you graduate and what have you been doing?
Me: I graduated in 2014,in September 2014,I started a year and half intensive computer lesson at BODSLINK computers . After my training, I got a part-time job as computer lab assistant. I worked there for another year and half to gain more practical skills and management strategies on Computer. In 2017,I started my college preparation.
Vo: Why did you choose to go to a U.S school?
Me: I chose to study in the United States because the U.S universities offer excellent research opportunities through several assisantship programs. U.S universities have a well designed educational system that strikes a balance between theoretical knowledge and practical skills. A degree and academic experience from U.S universities is highly valued especially in terms of securing employment. on top of all these, the United States is the best destination for students seeking for a tertiary education abroad, and particularly, for STEM courses.
Vo: Who is your sponsor?
Me: My uncle
Vo: Why your uncle what does he do?
Me: My uncle has been playing a very big role in my education for a very long time. He believes it'll be a good investment for me to advance in my academic, so he's very obliged to continue catering for my education regardless of the cost.
-He's a lawyer by profession but has a very large school here in Abuja, has a couple of estate business he manages, and owns two lounges here also.
Vo: What are your plans after graduation?
Me: Upon graduation in May 2023,I'll come back to Nigeria for my compulsory NYSC program, afterwards, I'll seek for employment in top ranked technical innovative firms or a lecturing job in one of the universities in my state.



Sharwama, fairheart,Time2win,brown2green,lagosismyhome,walspring,nahum77,naughtyvirgin....please guide me here

Hi,
(1) Kindly look into what does your sponsor do ?
Note : no time to explain all he does, simply put the primary occupation and summarize the rest as being a successful business man.

(2) Tell me about your program ?

Ï hope to see you at St Cloud State University as I'm resuming next week.

Cheers

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Stanmedix: 10:22am On Aug 14
Good morning all
I am finding it difficult to post my visa approval transcript here since 5days now
It deletes itself each time I post it and bans me for 24hrs join
What's the solution pls?
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by LagosismyHome(f): 10:25am On Aug 14
Stanmedix:
Good morning all
I am finding it difficult to post my visa approval transcript here since 5days now
It deletes itself each time I post it and bans me for 24hrs join
What's the solution pls?

cc justwise
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by dwilliams707: 10:34am On Aug 14
LagosismyHome:


How do you know for sure that this is the reason why you were denied ........ you cannot know for sure. I will not say this answer if it was me . Rather i would say I was not provided feedback when i was denied so i dont know .......and leave it at that because really how do you know the real reason .... if you start talking of confidence then subconsciously the VO can be watching out to see how confident you are

Lol it’s just better to pick a line on that pink paper issued..i was unable to demonstrate my intended activities in the United States and was therefore found ineligible under section 214(b).

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by AdeBensin: 10:57am On Aug 14
Good day all, I'm a bit confused here and I need your advice. Ever since I finished service I've tried to secure a job but nothing good is forthcoming. I saved about 500K during my service year and I'm considering furthering my education and since I'm not from a financially buoyant family I'm hoping to secure a tuition waiver.

Would it be wise if I start my application with my savings considering the fact that I'll have to write GRE, TOEFL or IELTS, pay for WES evaluation, transcript and university application fees? Does anyone have an idea of how much all these will cost?

I am asking because I don't want to waste any more time, I'm 27 already and also I studied Chemistry and graduated with a CGPA of 4.38
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by CptCharlesVane: 11:17am On Aug 14
500k should be enough if you won't have to resit those standardized tests. Also look for schools that won't require WES and ones that waive application fees or at least <<$100. Apply for a PhD to get a better shot at funding.
AdeBensin:
Good day all, I'm a bit confused here and I need your advice. Ever since I finished service I've tried to secure a job but nothing good is forthcoming. I saved about 500K during my service year and I'm considering furthering my education and since I'm not from a financially buoyant family I'm hoping to secure a tuition waiver.

Would it be wise if I start my application with my savings considering the fact that I'll have to write GRE, TOEFL or IELTS, pay for WES evaluation, transcript and university application fees? Does anyone have an idea of how much all these will cost?

I am asking because I don't want to waste any more time, I'm 27 already and also I studied Chemistry and graduated with a CGPA of 4.38
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Unstoppable100(m): 11:41am On Aug 14
Please whose status has changed from AP to issued
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Flaame(m): 11:42am On Aug 14
Pharmz:


Hi,
(1) Kindly look into what does your sponsor do ?
Note : no time to explain all he does, simply put the primary occupation and summarize the rest as being a successful business man.

(2) Tell me about your program ?

Ï hope to see you at St Cloud State University as I'm resuming next week.

Cheers

So, what are the flaws in the transcript
Inbox me my fellow huskiete
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Flaame(m): 11:45am On Aug 14
LagosismyHome:


How do you know for sure that this is the reason why you were denied ........ you cannot know for sure. I will not say this answer if it was me . Rather i would say I was not provided feedback when i was denied so i dont know .......and leave it at that because really how do you know the real reason .... if you start talking of confidence then subconsciously the VO can be watching out to see how confident you are
Noted, but are there any other flaws worth correcting in the transcript?
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by herrlicher: 12:24pm On Aug 14
It's been a while here. AP does not exclusively mean "refusal". I remember I was placed on AP after interview back in 2017 for an F1 visa. I asked the VO if he was refusing me. He said No but we have to do some background checks before moving on with adjudicating your visa. He pulled out his boss after the interview to verify some anomalies on his screen. He then gave me a special white slip with case number written on it. I got couple of questions by email and was told to respond with evidence. Eventually I got the visa after 2-3 months wait. AP has many categories and does not necessarily mean refusal. Life has changed since transiting from F1 to PR. Life is good!

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by waynee2baba: 12:53pm On Aug 14
PR wayy.. Chop Life Gang !
herrlicher:
It's been a while here. AP does not exclusively mean "refusal". I remember I was placed on AP after interview back in 2017 for an F1 visa. I asked the VO if he was refusing me. He said No but we have to do some background checks before moving on with adjudicating your visa. He pulled out his boss after the interview to verify some anomalies on his screen. He then gave me a special white slip with case number written on it. I got couple of questions by email and was told to respond with evidence. Eventually I got the visa after 2-3 months wait. AP has many categories and does not necessarily mean refusal. Life has changed since transiting from F1 to PR. Life is good!

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Brown2Green(m): 1:11pm On Aug 14
Flaame:
Good morning everyone. I have my interview tomorrow and would want to post my transcript once again. Please help pick out flaws.
Vo: Good morning, passport and I20
Me: Passed them
Vo: You were here sometime last year, why were you denied
Me: I was denied because I couldn't clearly express my purpose of traveling to the visa officer due to the fact I was nervous
Vo: So what has changed since the last time you were here?
Me: I feel a lot more confident than the last time
Vo: So where are you going?
Me: Am going to St Cloud State University for my undergraduate degree study in computer engineering.
Vo: how many schools did you apply to?
Me: 3 schools, 3 admits (name them)
Vo: So why this school?
Me: Apart from the fact that I was given a generous scholarship by this school, Ichose this wonderful school because of all the schools I applied to, it's the only school that uses a D2L system, a system where professors can create web based course sites to enhance course experiences. This D2L system gives students the access to course materials like assignment folders, quizzes and surveys, course materials, and many more through their laptops, smartphones,and tablets. I also chose this school because of the level of interaction between students,their professors, and faculty members. On top of all these features,St. Cloud State University offers so much value at a very moderate rate.
Vo: Why this course?
Me: A degree in this course will give me practical and professional paraphernalia to secure an employment in top ranked technical innovative firms in Nigeria like Angela, Flutterwave, MasterCard,Glo,Jumia,etc. Besides, this,I have an optional lecturing job offer from a very close family friend who is the minister for education in my state upon graduation to work in either of two universities. With a degree and knowledge of this course, I will perfectly fit in the role(this is true please).
Vo: What are some of your undergraduate courses?
Me: General Engineering 101,102,Maths 222,Physics234,etc.
Vo: Tell me about your course plan?
Me: To obtain a degree in computer engineering, I need to complete 106 credits, maintain at least a minimum GPA of 2.5 to keep advancing to each level and as well graduate with a minimum GPA of 2.5 too.
Vo: When did you graduate and what have you been doing?
Me: I graduated in 2014,in September 2014,I started a year and half intensive computer lesson at BODSLINK computers . After my training, I got a part-time job as computer lab assistant. I worked there for another year and half to gain more practical skills and management strategies on Computer. In 2017,I started my college preparation.
Vo: Why did you choose to go to a U.S school?
Me: I chose to study in the United States because the U.S universities offer excellent research opportunities through several assisantship programs. U.S universities have a well designed educational system that strikes a balance between theoretical knowledge and practical skills. A degree and academic experience from U.S universities is highly valued especially in terms of securing employment. on top of all these, the United States is the best destination for students seeking for a tertiary education abroad, and particularly, for STEM courses.
Vo: Who is your sponsor?
Me: My uncle
Vo: Why your uncle what does he do?
Me: My uncle has been playing a very big role in my education for a very long time. He believes it'll be a good investment for me to advance in my academic, so he's very obliged to continue catering for my education regardless of the cost.
-He's a lawyer by profession but has a very large school here in Abuja, has a couple of estate business he manages, and owns two lounges here also.
Vo: What are your plans after graduation?
Me: Upon graduation in May 2023,I'll come back to Nigeria for my compulsory NYSC program, afterwards, I'll seek for employment in top ranked technical innovative firms or a lecturing job in one of the universities in my state.



Sharwama, fairheart,Time2win,brown2green,lagosismyhome,walspring,nahum77,naughtyvirgin....please guide me here


Too many crammed questions and responses can throw you off balance.

Why did you choose this school?
If you can answer this question very well , the VO will probably not border to ask why this course and what this course will do for you because you have given them the response all in one.
That only happens when you have properly digested every detail of your school and how it perfectly aligns with your career.
So your response to why this school should talk about how the course is delivered and how this delivery can make a huge impact in your career aspirations.

In taking about your sponsor , avoid generic responses as much as you can. The VO will likely not place you under AP if you have 99% success in convincing her/him that your sponsor is genuine .

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Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by xcaper(m): 1:16pm On Aug 14
Congratulations, may Northern Illinois favour you
Brown2Green:
With Love from Illinois...

My Visa was approved on the 2nd of August.

Scholarship $13,000
Deficits 17,0000

VO .. So why are you going to the Northern Illinois University?
Me: Coupled with the funds which covers my Tuition, NIU will give me the opportunity to have a double degree, ..
VO: Hold on, Types for a long time and tells me to proceed.
Me: A Masters degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering and a Masters degree in Logistics and Operations. Most interesting to me is the fact that the course structure emphasizes on Lean Manufacturing, Large Scale Optimization, Process Optimization and Industrial Automation.
VO: What did you study for your UG?
Me: Electrical Engineering
VO: What is your current role?
Me: I work as a business analyst, basically communicate with the Technical, Finance and Human Resource Managers to collect sufficient data to help in outlining the problems, opportunities and solution to help them in making informed decisions.
VO: How does that relate with Industrial Engineering?
Me: My vertical market cuts across the manufacturing and Information Technology Industries.
VO: What's your Thesis on?
Me: Advanced Simulation, Visualization and Modelling of product design and development.
VO: What product will you be manufacturing?
Me: It covers the entire Manufacturing and Business Process.
VO: Who'll be paying for the deficits?
Me: My uncle..
VO: Why will your uncle pay?
Me: actually, He is not just an uncle to me, he is an inspiration. Inspired me to get the Chevron scholarship, the NYSC states award as best Corp Member, built my career from ground zero to a point where I'm been invited to speak at functions across the country, was part of the 50 man planning committee for the Senate,
My uncle knows I'm very promising and knows the Return on Investment this degree will fetch me.
VO: I'll be approving your Visa. You'll need this at the point of entry...



@Drakales @fairheart and all who reached out to me , I cannot say how much grateful I am.
I was denied in Lagos, Inspire hundreds of people daily but could barely inspire myself to take that long journey to Abuja.

I have a lot to say to the Spring 20 and Fall 20 hopefuls.

Brown 2 Green has both been denied and approved. So he knows what both feels like.

God Speed to those on AP, God's speed to those waiting on the Visa.

Peace.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by mattbass(m): 1:58pm On Aug 14
Good work guys.... Please I graduated with CGPA of 4.75 (First Class) studied Soil Science am done with my service... Please which school can I apply abroad though on a scholarship level that does not require, TOEFl, IELTS etc.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by classicTutor(m): 2:42pm On Aug 14
fairheart:
Congrats to those who are recently approved.

I get one small advice for those of you on GA, GTA, GRA and undergrads with full-ride scholarship. I will drop it as soon as I settle down. It will definitely help those of you who wish to get your *** after graduation. I believe it is worth sharing, and as no advice is useless.

I have sent the GRE materials to all who asked.

Please, I need GRE materials too. Thanks! abeebagboola5@gmail.com
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by klifeomg(m): 2:55pm On Aug 14
Veterans in the house,My question goes like this. I am currently studying for my MSc in a Nigerian private university and I will be done with project defence by May and graduate on or before July 2020.
However I want to know if it'd be possible to make PhD Fall 2020 as I don't have a Masters transcript yet but in view or should I just target Spring 2021. Please, I need a response as to know how quickly I should prepare for GRE.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by calculator123(m): 2:59pm On Aug 14
Chinedu6125:
Hello house, I score 300 in my GRE... Verbal 152, quantitative 148,essay 4....and also tofel 105, can I get funding with this score CGPA 4.65(futo)
Please don't waste that your GPAz I would advise you retake the GRE and aim for 320+.
Select your schools appropriately too
Success!
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by calculator123(m): 3:01pm On Aug 14
folarinstr:
Good morning

Pls, help. I wish to apply for a pgd or masters programme in the US if i would be admitted with a lower credit result

Pls, i need the step to step in achieving this but a procedure without writing any international exams here

I await to your advice and guide, thanks
Int'l exams are necessary evils on this journey.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Gracilicutes: 3:03pm On Aug 14
send it to me also taiyeawosanya@yahoo.com
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by calculator123(m): 3:08pm On Aug 14
CptCharlesVane:
500k should be enough if you won't have to resit those standardized tests. Also look for schools that won't require WES and ones that waive application fees or at least <<$100. Apply for a PhD to get a better shot at funding.
Great advice but one shouldn't apply for a PhD because of better funding but because one has a knack for research.
It makes no sense to apply for the PhD, get the admission and the full funding (since that's the aim) and drop out, thus returning to square one.
P.S: there is no shame in dropping out of a PhD program but one should ensure they can finish the journey so as not to waste time and limited resources .
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by calculator123(m): 3:11pm On Aug 14
mattbass:
Good work guys.... Please I graduated with CGPA of 4.75 (First Class) studied Soil Science am done with my service... Please which school can I apply abroad though on a scholarship level that does not require, TOEFl, IELTS etc.
You are a first class graduate, those exams shouldn't scare you. With adequate preparation, you will blast them.
By the way, those exams are necessary evils.
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by mattbass(m): 3:17pm On Aug 14
calculator123:

You are a first class graduate, those exams shouldn't scare you. With adequate preparation, you will blast them.
By the way, those exams are necessary evils.

Kkk bro
Re: General U.s.a (student) Visa Enquiries-part 15 by Chocosmoothie: 3:23pm On Aug 14
BenAzie:
Hello Fam,

On A.P.:
For like 1week plus after my interview, tracking my passport displays "passport with the US Embassy..." so gave some days and checked now, it's displaying "There's no status update available for the passport number submitted"

Has anyone experienced this before?
Thanks
How are you able to track your passport please?

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