Category: SAT (page 5 of 11)

When to start your SAT Prep – Start Early, Stay Ahead!

How early do I start with my SAT preparations? Is it too early to start when I have just completed my 7th grade- well, we have our views and the earlier you start off with your preparation, the greater are your chances to score higher.

In India, we host a variety of entrance exams for Engineering, Medicine, and other subjects that are pursued by students. Coaching centers have bloomed all across the country, aiding students in their preparations to get into coveted colleges across the country. But, the SATs, on the other hand, are not given as much importance by parents. A lot of Indian parents tend to push things to the last minute and not give their children enough time to prepare. The benefits of starting your preparations early are multi-fold, and we would like to run you through the positives of an early-start. Read more

How to apply for a US Visa as an International student

Yippee! The cumbersome admissions process is finally over and you have your acceptance letter in hand. Great going, mate! Now let’s take a look at the visa application process, because (God forbid!) one wrong move and all your effort and hard work could be terribly wasted. Read more

How to Ace the SAT/ACT?: SUPERSCORE!

Have you ever felt that you scored a little too low on the SAT? Do you want to score more? Of course, you do, and you should try- Let us discuss how to increase your SAT & ACT score

    There is a key ingredient on the SAT, which makes it a very interesting examination:

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5 US Visas you should know about

Open the US immigration website and there’s an alarming number of visa types that can leave you scratching your head in dismay! As it is Jamboree’s mission to simplify all things abroad, we have complied a list of visas that you should know about as an international student. Read more

What is Optional Practical Training (OPT)

Do you wish to work in the US after completing your degree there? If so, then you should know all about Optional Practical Training (OPT).

An F-1 visa is required for international students to attend full-time courses at universities in the US. This is a temporary visa and is also known as the student visa. This visa permits a student to work for 20 hours a week on campus during semester and for full time during vacation. F-1 visa holders become eligible for off-campus employment once they have completed their first academic year. Students are eligible for 12 months of temporary employment during and after their studies. OPT must be directly related to your area of study. Read more

Jamboree’s Study Abroad Loan Guide

Study in US, Canada, EU, Australia, NZ hassle-free with education loan

Not very long ago, studying abroad was an option open only to the privileged few. What with an increasing number of loans, scholarships and bursaries (grants), a large section of the so-called middle class can now aspire to spread their wings. They can pursue degrees at prestigious institutes like Harvard, Stanford, Oxford, Cambridge, Columbia, Yale and other universities across the world without worrying about how to fund their education. Read more

SAT Reading Passages: Where Do they Come From?

Have you ever wondered where the expert exam question-setters source their passages from, or at least tried to search for an identifiable pattern? While preparing for the SAT, reading comprehension can be an arduous task, and to develop speed along with precise comprehension takes time. As a student, you should always ‘work smart’. The first step to this ladder is to understand ‘where to read from’ and ‘what to read’. Let us try and break down SAT Reading Comprehension for you: Read more

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