Question: I want to study in the USA. How do I get started?
Answer: You should plan nine months to a year in advance. First begin thinking about what you want to study and consider the possibility that you may need to go through an English language program. You should also begin familiarizing yourself with the U.S. education system and the general requirements for testing, grades (marks), English language requirements, costs, visa, etc. You may find it helpful talk to an advisor at your school or at an EducationUSA advising office as well. Find more information here: https://www.studyusa.com/en/a/58/understanding-the-american-education-system
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