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  • The Credit System of the U.S. Higher Education Students at the US universities complete their degrees when they accumulated a certain number of credits. The number of credit hours differs from program to program and university to university. Students should understand the curriculum and credits allotted for the program before short listing the university. Each… Read More »

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  • Remote learning- Need of the hour
    Posted on April 22, 2020
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    What is remote learning? Remote learning refers to virtual instruction and no physical presence in the classroom is required. Information is transmitted through technology. How is it structured? This varies from university to university. There are two types of program structures: Asynchronous: Students work mostly at their own pace but may have to meet weekly… Read More »

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  • Think Positively -This too shall Pass
    Posted on April 21, 2020
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    When the news is all doom and gloom, as it has been since the outbreak of the corona virus, it’s hard for even the most optimistic among us to stay positive. It’s true that we need to take this virus seriously. It’s capable of causing severe illness, death, and drastic long-term changes to how we… Read More »

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  • Recommendation Letter is an endorsement of the applicants that is written to bolster chances for their admission. Recommendation letters are brief, formal statements that should highlight positive qualities and explain why the candidate will be successful in that particular stream of studies. Recommendation letters are an important part of the application. LOR communicates a lot of revealing information… Read More »

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    The first step- search for options- is quite challenging. Your plan for higher studies in the U.S. is neither an expedition nor a geographical discovery. It is your academic journey and you should make the choice. It is imperative to note that selecting the location of your preference will take you through the rest of… Read More »

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  • The five stepping stones
    Posted on July 17, 2019
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    The five stepping stones presented in the form of a 5-step process is our principal advice. What is it? It is a tool to chisel a labyrinth of information into a navigable path to education in the United States. The U.S. education system has been sought after for decades. Why, one must wonder. Its wonders… Read More »

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  • Y-Axis Foundation – U.S. Education Advisory Center invites students joining U.S. Universities in the academic year 2019-2020 to a session on pre-departure orientation on Saturday – 29th June’2019, 3.00 pm to 5.00 pm in Hyderabad. The event will have an interactive session on a range of topics covering travel planning, F1 visa rules as an… Read More »

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  • Resource Shelf at Library, USA ED
    Posted on May 10, 2019
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    Library at USA ED center, Y Axis Foundation US Education Advisory Centre is a treat to your eyes and feast to your brains! Segregated resources at the library shelves satisfy your needs and materialize your goals. Today when my hands lay on “The College Application Essay” by Sarah Myers Mc Ginty(College Board) I couldn’t keep… Read More »

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    There are about 200,000 Indian students studying in the US as of last year, so we want to make sure that Indian students get the right amount of information and advice so as to avoid scams and frauds. Read More

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